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  Office Building for Hanna Oil & Gas

Architect

Guest Reddick Architects
602 Garrison Avenue, #800, Fort Smith, AR 72901
www.guestreddick.com

General Description

Location: Fort Smith, Arkansas
Date Bid: Oct 2004
Construction Period: Oct 2004 to Feb 2006
Total Square Feet: 19,675 Site: 1.3 acres.
Number of Buildings: One.
Building Size: First floor, 19,675; total, 19,675 square feet.
Building Height: Total, 26’5”.
Basic Construction Type: Structural Steel/New.
Foundation: Pier & grade beam. Exterior Walls: Metal stud, brick, cut stone, EIFS. Roof: Metal, built-up.
Floors: Concrete. Interior Walls: Metal stud drywall.

Construction Team

Structural Engineer: EDM Consultants - 1230 Wicklow Drive, Fort Smith, AR 72903
General Contractor & Cost Estimator: Beshears Construction - 12934 Old Highway 71, Fort Smith, AR 72916
Electrical & Mechanical Engineer: HSA Engineering Consulting Services, Inc. - 5701 Euper Lane, #A, Fort Smith, AR 72903
Landscape Architect: Alaback Design Associates - 2205 East 49th Street, #500, Tulsa, OK 74105


Office Building for Hanna Oil & Gas, page 52

The corporate headquarters for Hanna Oil and Gas is located in downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas adjacent to the county courthouse, the United States National Cemetery, the federal courthouse, and the federal attorney’s building. The owner desired a “rustic” look inspired by the look of traditional Canadian lodges, which was accomplished with the use of natural stone, brick, and exposed timber.

The facility contains an executive suite with six private offices and a large open office space with exposed timber trusses. The executive conference room includes a brick wall and a large stone fireplace, along with custom furniture and lighting. These areas feature mahogany beams, wainscoting and wood ceilings.

Seventeen offices are dedicated to the engineering, geology and land men of the company and include magnetic walls for posting maps and other paperwork. The accounting department contains nine offices and file storage space. These, like the other offices, are enclosed with glass fronts in mahogany frames. An additional storage room and a workroom feature skylights to bring in natural light into the center of the building. A folding partition separates a break area with a full kitchen and a small conference room.

The building also includes a fitness room with locker space and showers that opens to a large private courtyard area. The courtyard features spectacular landscaping, stone patios, a timber trellis and a custom water feature to minimize noise from a nearby street.

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