Schusterman Center Master Plan
University of Oklahoma - Tulsa
The University of Oklahoma has been involved in the Tulsa community since 1957. OU-Tulsa has grown to be a nationally recognized center of higher education, offering over 30 graduate and undergraduate programs in Allied Health, Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Liberal Studies, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Public Health. In 1999, through a generous gift from the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, the University purchased the former BP Amoco Research Center, a 60-acre campus located in the middle of Tulsa, providing a home for all OU-Tulsa’s programs in a single location.
Wallace, along with a team of architects and mechanical/electrical engineers, developed a master plan for the University’s expansion of the Schusterman Center. This plan included impact studies of the widening of an adjacent arterial street, a new signalized campus entrance, and detention facilities for both existing and proposed buildings. Wallace has also been fortunate to provide design services for many of the new facilities constructed as part of the campus’ expansion, including the Schusterman Center Clinic, Schusterman Learning Center and the Schusterman Library.
Photos: ©Don Wheeler Photography