Coliseum Apartments

The Coliseum Apartments were built in 1925 to provide workforce housing in downtown Tulsa during the oil boom. The building offered 36 compact but comfortable, one-bedroom and studio apartments flanking double-loaded corridors on three floors. By

Wesley Hospital

$10.5 million rehabilitation of the former hospital that had been converted to an 85-unit apartment complex in the early 1980s. Recipient of Oklahoma State Preservation Officer's Citation of Merit for 2016.

International Harvester

$9.5 million rehabilitation of a 1937 Moderne-style, one-story brick building located in Tulsa, Oklahoma's Blue Dome Historic District. Originally an auto showroom and later repair garage, the building was converted into office space while retaining

5th & Grand Redevelopment

Expansion of Old Town Historic District and $1.8 million rehabilitation of three buildings at this prominent River Market corner. The project used state and federal historic tax credit to create new offices and commercial space in

Twenty-Twenty Grand Building

National Register nomination for the 1922 speculative office building in Kansas City's Crossroads neighborhood.

Edwin H. Ulrich House

Rehabilitation of the 1909 Edwin H. Ulrich House, constructed in Kansas City's Squier Park Neighborhood and designed by Charles McKecknie.