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#ExcellentDesignEveryTime

By | 4th Quarter, LWPB

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LWPB COLORING PAGES

In celebration of National Crayon Day we’ve put together some new coloring pages featuring a few of our projects: KC-46A Fuel Maintenance Hangar, Mooreland High School, and Trinity Church. Flex your creative muscle and be sure to tag us on Facebook and Instagram so we can share your art with the world!

#LWPBAdventures

By | 4th Quarter, LWPB

#LWPBAdventures

This past quarter, members of our team have toured all corners of Oklahoma as we’ve begun work for the Oklahoma Tourism Department. We’ve enjoyed plenty of fresh air and sunshine, and even a sunset or two! We thoroughly enjoyed our visits to Quartz Mountain, Little Sahara, Robber's Cave, Beaver's Bend, Boiling Springs, Roman Nose, Lake Murray, Sequoyah, and Green Leaf as we scoped out existing lodges and cabins, and began creating solutions to meet the growing needs of these State Parks. 2021 is sure to bring many more adventures and many more site visits, and we can’t wait! A lot of us are already crafting our personal state travel “bucket lists” as we anticipate the amazing changes and improvements that are going to be taking place!

#WeAreLWPB

By | 4th Quarter, LWPB

#WeAreLWPB

Meet Brian Winterscheidt!

Brian Winterscheidt began working for LWPB in 1999 as a student intern while he completed his degree at Oklahoma State University. Those days were spent running the diazo machine to make bluelines, driving drawing sets to clients all over the state, and rummaging through the musty off-site storage archives. As the field of architecture has seen rapid technology development over the last 20 years, many of those jobs are now obsolete – but Brian has made it a point to stay on top of the ever-changing and adapting software world.

When Brian graduated in 2003, we put him to work on real drawing and design, first in education projects, and – for the last 15 or so years – on the Federal side. He has worked on numerous projects throughout the state and nation and has enjoyed trips to both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and many places in between to meet with clients. He is a thoughtful, meticulous designer and natural strategist, and brings skill, dedication, and a professional approach that clients and team partners alike have come to rely on as he leads many of our Design/Build projects. Brian has also distinguished himself as the go-to-guy for all things Revit. Since the firm adopted Revit, Brian has created more than 1,000 families within Revit, plus all the firm's templates and custom content. He’s also the one that gets us out of binds when the software gives us fits!

In his spare time, Brian loves spending time with his wife and 6 children; camping, hiking, playing board games, and experimenting in the kitchen. He also loves traveling and has been to Asia, Europe, and on many road trips throughout the United States. His family has been planning an extended National Park mega-road trip that they can’t wait to take, once the COVID world settles down a bit.

"Brian's broad expertise makes him an integral part of the team across all LWPB sectors. We're thankful for his extensive knowledge and continuous leadership to provide Excellent Design, Every Time." - Craig Foster, AIA, Principal

#LWPBGivesBack

By | 4th Quarter, LWPB

#LWPBGivesBack

We tried to spread a lot of cheer this holiday season! Our OKC office once again partnered with CareShare to supply two children with new bicycles for the holidays, and put together 10 wreaths to brighten the doors and the spirits of families staying at the OU Children’s Ronald McDonald House! Our Norman office pulled together some great gifts to make the holidays brighter for a pair of boys, including some incredible custom tackle boxes made by our very own John Brown!

#ExcellentDesignEveryTime

By | 4th Quarter, LWPB

#ExcellentDesignEveryTime

LWPB COLORING PAGES

We’re wrapping up another great year with more fun coloring pages featuring a few projects that we’re so proud to be a part of–Lincoln Park Golf Clubhouse, Edmond North Stadium, and Soldier & Family Care Center. These pages can be downloaded and printed below. Want to show off your artwork? Be sure to tag us on social media! We’d love to share your colorful creations!

#ExcellentDesignEveryTime

By | 3rd Quarter, LWPB

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LWPB COLORING PAGES

Ready for another round of LWPB coloring pages? This quarter, we are featuring more of our favorite projects: Patience S. Latting Northwest Library, Tinker Multi-Aircraft Hangar, and Mid-Del Elementary. The pages can be downloaded and printed below for all to enjoy. Want to show off your artwork? Tag LWPB Architecture on Facebook and Instagram! We can't wait to see your colorful creations!

#ExcellentDesignEveryTime

By | 2nd Quarter, LWPB

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LWPB COLORING PAGES

National Coloring Day is September 14th! What better way to get the creativity flowing than with LWPB coloring pages featuring some of our favorite projects: Capps Middle School, CARSR, and the Bricktown Fire Station. The pages can be downloaded and printed below for all to enjoy. Want to show off your artwork? Tag LWPB Architecture on Facebook and Instagram! We can't wait to see your colorful creations!

#LWPBAdventures

By | 1st Quarter, LWPB

#LWPBAdventures

This Fall we attended the Northwest Oklahoma City Chamber Taste of Northwest at the Bricktown Events Center. It was a fantastic Rock & Roll themed fundraising night. The event included great food from 20 local restaurants and some competitive silent auction action! We are excited to share LWPB Architecture has been nominated for the 2019 Business of the Year, by the NWOKC chamber.
It’s always fun to see the excitement and atmosphere some of our projects can create. This was the second season for Edmond North’s new football stadium, and it was a treat to see their LED Friday Night Lights this Fall. We are so proud of this project, and are so glad to see students enjoying the facility.

 

#ExcellentDesignEveryTime

By | 1st Quarter, LWPB

#ExcellentDesignEveryTime

There’s something special about ribbon-cuttings and this one was well worth the trek to Tulsa. What an honor to have been a part of Tulsa Air National Guard Mission Training Center.
This 20,000 square-foot Mission Training Center houses four state-of-the-art flight simulators to provide realistic combat training for fighter pilots. If you want to learn more about this, check out this story from ONR on OETA.
WOW is it fun to see the progress on Capps Middle School! Capps will be ready for the 2020-2021 school year, which will be here before we know it. If you’re not familiar with this project, it’s a show-stopper! This school is built on two sides of a creek and connected by a Media Center bridge spanning the water. With windows everywhere, students will be able to enjoy the natural beauty of the site every direction they look.