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Founded in Oklahoma City in 1909, Benham, a Haskell Company since being acquired in 2016, enjoys a reputation as one of the nation’s preeminent architecture, engineering, and design-build firms with a diverse client base. A member of the Haskell family of brands, Benham transitioned seamlessly into the 1,600+ team members around the globe supporting both private and public sector clients.
Tommy Willis, Director, OKC A&E, and Tomra Russell, Vice President, Federal A&E, are based in Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma City office is home to more than 100 team members dedicated to clients throughout the region and beyond.
Services supported include Architecture (conceptual, facility and interior design; master planning; landscape architecture), Engineering (civil site, mechanical, electrical, structural, process systems, packaging systems, automation, civil infrastructure & transportation) and Construction (pre-construction, project management, selected self-perform). Also represented are Consulting; Manufacturing Systems Design & Integration; and Program Management.
Benham, a Haskell Company, serves the following markets: Advanced Manufacturing; Aviation & Aerospace; Beer, Wine & Spirits; Civil Infrastructure & Transportation; Commercial; Consumer Products; Education; Federal; Food & Beverage; Healthcare; Life Sciences; Maritime; Municipal; Religion & Cultural; and Water.
The Oklahoma City office offers delivery methods including Design-Build; Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR); Engineer Procure Construct (EPC); Program Management (PM); and Design Manufacture Construct (DMC).
Regional clients supported by the Oklahoma City Office include General Services Administration; City of Oklahoma City; Oklahoma Airport Trust; Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Oklahoma Military Department; Oklahoma National Guard; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Xerox Corporation; Anheuser-Busch In Bev; Reckitt Benckiser; Bayer Monsanto; Nestle Purina; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Rose State College; University of Oklahoma – Health Sciences Center; and many others in the region.