Crossover Community Center


PROJECT TYPE: Site Clearing, Earthwork, & Storm Drainage

CONTRACT AMOUNT: $2,220,696.00

Project overview

The Crossover Community Center will provide the citizens of North Tulsa a much-needed safe and positive space for education, hobbies, and community enrichment. The driving force for this development was for local youth. Violent crime rates in North Tulsa are 3.5 times the city average, the median household income is $22,639, and 72.3% of homes with youth are single-parent households. The need for a community center became apparent and Crossover Community Impact answered the call by starting a Capital Campaign. The Crossover Community Center Master Plan is broken into three phases and includes a Community Center, Residential Development, Mixed-Use Facilities, Health Center, an All-Girls Academy, and an All-Boys Academy.

We were contracted to clear a heavily wooded 8-acre site, demolish a building, and install storm drainage. In order to connect the two large underground detention systems to the city storm lines, we had to be prequalified to work with the City of Tulsa’s Infrastructure Development Process (IDP). The site was unknowingly used as a dump for concrete debris. After clearing the trees and shrubbery, our team began tilling the earth and quickly discovered it was littered with concrete. Crews tediously dug through tons of dirt separating littered concrete debris and hauling it to licensed landfills or recycling locations. Our team brought in 2,200 loads of dirt for the building pad alone.

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