Services

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ARCHITECTURAL

  • As-built / reports
  • conceptual Design
  • 3-D presentation
  • Construction documents
  • Construction Administration


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CIVIL

  • infrastructure
  • master planning
  • site design
  • environmental
  • surveying


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Structural/Mechanical/ Electrical

team consultants:

  • mechanical 
  • electrical 
  • structural
  • environmental


Architectural

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  • residential
  • retail
  • commercial
  • construction administration

 IN PROGRESS:

  • PEDIATRIC CLINIC SCHEDULED OPENING IN DECEMBER
  • CHOCTAW  VILLAGE  SCHEDULED OPENING IN APRIL
  • CHEROKEE CARETAKERS HOUSE /PARK ENTRANCE
  • CATOOSA STORAGE FACILITY

Our architectural team provides a complete array of services from as-built conditions, 3D design concepts to completion of construction

Civil

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  • infrastructure
  • master planning
  • site design
  • environmental
  • surveying




Our civil team provides a complete array of services from master planning, infrastructure, site design, surveying. 

PROJECTS IN PROGRESS

  • CREEK
  • CHEROKEE
  • STORAGE  FACILITY
  • PEDIATRIC CLINIC
  • CHOCTAW VILLAGE




CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES

Muscogee (Creek) Nation | Oklahoma

BBK has an open-ended Civil Engineering services contract with the MCN Housing Authority beginning in 2018, renewable up to four years.  Under this contract, these tasks have been performed:

1. 36-acre elderly housing development in Okmulgee, OK.  BBK had a preliminary meeting with MCN Housing to determine the desired elements to include in the layout:  duplexes, open area with covered patio to be later incorporated into a community center, community garden, parking area(s), water feature(s), etc.  This preliminary meeting resulted in expanding the scope to include other disciplines like architectural and planning that are the subject of the present RFQ.  The result will be a better-informed layout that will later be easily expandable to include more elements as funds and the needs for those elements present themselves.  (This task is in completion.)

2. 3-acre buy/no-buy decision on housing area, Glenpool, OK.  BBK prepared an evaluation of the 3 acres for MCN Housing to determine if it was economically viable to develop the land into four house lots.  The time frame to determine this was fairly short, but BBK discovered and presented information that led MCN Housing to decide this was not a good investment.  This task is complete.

3. Public Sewer Line MCNHD lots on KIOWA Street in the city of Okmulgee.Preliminary meeting with stake-holders to determine design criteria. Design infrastructure plans and preparation of ODEQ submittal forms. Design of sewer easement, to include grant language and eventual recordation. Preparation of bid quantities and Engineers Estimate

4. Morgan Road Subdivision: Subdivide 4 acres on Morgan Road in Okmulgee County.Prelininary meeting with MCNHD to determine design criteria.Topographic and boundary survey and eventual platting.Infrastructure design with the County Wter District approval.Plat submittal and approval through Okmulgee County plat process. Obtain necessary ODEQ approvals for waterline construction and earth disturbance. (This task is in process)


Cherokee Nation Entertainment

The Cherokee Nation hired BBK A&E to provide a sewer study and water extension along highway 59 from the Grove Cherokee Casino, to the city of Grove, OK, and then to design and implement the decisions based on the results of the study. The study was to compare the sewer treatment options for the casino; either to use an on-site lagoon, or a lift station to two possible outfalls. The client chose to implement a lift station with a force main to the city of Grove.

A 330gpm lift station was designed and installed on site connecting to a 2.1-mile 6” sewer force main. Along with the sewer line a 12” water main was also provided.

Both sewer and water lines crossed the Grand Lake of the Cherokees by way of the Sailboat Bridge. This was reviewed and approved by the Oklahoma Department of Transporation, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, Grand River Dam Authority, Army Corps of Engineers, City of Grove, and Delaware County RWD10.

Besides the sewer design, BBK designed a 2.1-mile 12” water main along the same corridor, over sailboat bridge.  Plus BBK did all the on-site Casino Civil design:  grading, drainage, parking lots, maintenance building, sewer, water, fire protection water tank, loading dock.  BBK participated extensively with the CM Team during construction to see that the project was operational in a very short time frame.


Cherokee Nation | Grove, OK

The Cherokee Nation hired BBK A&E to provide a sewer study and water extension along highway 59 from the Grove Cherokee Casino, to the city of Grove, OK, and then to design and implement the decisions based on the results of the study.

The study was to compare the sewer treatment options for the casino; either to use an on-site lagoon, or a lift station to two possible outfalls. The client chose to implement a lift station with a force main to the city of Grove.

A 330gpm lift station was designed and installed on site connecting to a 2.1-mile 6" sewer force main. Along with the sewer line a 12" water main was also provided.

Both sewer and water lines crossed the Grand Lake of the Cherokees by way of the Sailboat Bridge. This was reviewed and approved by the Oklahoma Department of Transporation, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, Grand River Dam Authority, Army Corps of Engineers, City of Grove, and Delaware County RWD10.

After approval the project was built in a short timeframe starting in May 2016, and scheduled for completion in November 2016 with the casino opening by December.


Muscogee (Creek) Nation | Hanna, OK

This Civi-only contract with the MCN Tribal Construction Services provided all the necessary design services for the first phase of construction -- the Community Center. But, it also took into account the future Civil elements that will be needed when a gymnasium is built on the same site in the future.

BBK designed the new parking lot and all the utilites so that they will systematically interface with the new gymnasium. 

The design had to accomodate a water system that could not provide the required fire flow. So, BBK provided for the inclusion of an on-site fire suppression storage tank that was located such that it can serve the Cummunity Center now, and the gymnasium in the future.

The design also needed to consider how to best serve the site sewer. So, BBK designed a sewer lagoon low enough on the site that could serve both facilities, and could easily expand to serve the gymnasium with minimal reconstruction costs.