See the Improve Our Tulsa projects and projects funded by Improve Our Tulsa 2, as well as remaining projects from the 2008 Fix Our Streets program.
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Welcome to the Improve Our Tulsa website – your information source for City of Tulsa capital improvement projects throughout Tulsa. These projects were approved by Tulsans who have voted in favor of General Obligation Bonds and sales taxes since 2008. Learn more...
This is the City of Tulsa official Improve Our Tulsa page with updates on current and upcoming projects that were approved by voters.
Mayor G.T. Bynum, City Councilors McKee and Lakin, Tulsa Public Facilities Authority Chair Marcia MacLeod and Cox Business Convention Center management held a ribbon cutting on Aug. 11,2020, to celebrate completion of the $54.5 million Vision Tulsa Renovation of the Cox Business Convention Center. With this expansion including the new Grand Hall, Tulsa has the two largest ballrooms in the state of Oklahoma. Other notable features are a new three-story glass entryway on the east side and a 27,000-square-foot catering kitchen.
In this expanded and modernized facility, Tulsa can compete on a higher level for larger, top-quality conventions and events. Construction of the project took two years to complete. Architects were Matrix and Forest for the Trees, and the construction manager was Tulsa Vision Builders, a partnership of Manhattan Construction and Flintco.