Historically, a robust energy sector fueled Tulsa’s economy; however, today the city has diversified and leading sectors include finance, aviation, telecommunications and technology.
“Livin’ on Tulsa Time,” is a phrase embraced by locals. The Don Williams classic is a testament to the spirit of the former Oil Capital of the World. The city has emerged as a cultural hotspot, with large Native American and modern art collections showcased at the Tulsa Arts District’s First Friday art crawl. Tulsa’s music scene continues to gain national attention as home to the official archives of both folk hero Woody Guthrie and his biggest fan, Bob Dylan. Flintco was founded in Tulsa in 1908 and has been living — and thriving — on Tulsa time ever since with well-known projects, including the Mid-Continent Tower and the BOK Center.
Key Tulsa Contacts
- Dave Kollmann, President, Central Region
- Russ Peevy, Vice President, Area Manager
- Eric VanGilder, Director, Preconstruction
- Brian Grimes, Director, Preconstruction
- Jody Vivion, Manager, Business Development
Flintco TulsaFlintco, LLC
323 E. Reconciliation Way
Tulsa, OK 74120