We believe in the transformative power of community. Our creativity makes vibrant communities possible through the design of thoughtful, inspired spaces that foster a sense of belonging, safety, accountability and awe. That’s our mission at KSQ.
Oral Roberts University broke ground on its new library and Holy Spirit Research Center Wednesday, October 20th. Named after ORU alum and long-time donor, J.D. McKean, the library will provide students with world-class access to knowledge and resources around the globe. Features of the library include multi-media stations, study spaces, classroom areas, book collections, archives, and an expansive digital database. It’s an exciting time for one of Tulsa’s Higher Education institutions, as the library is the second project in a series of four new buildings on campus. Click here to…
Yorktown High School in Yorktown Heights New York hosted an opening ceremony this past Friday to celebrate its new gymnasium. After years of excellence, the school now has an athletic space as impressive as the athletes who compete there. KSQ Design performed a complete renovation of the building. The renovation project enhanced the functionality of the HVAC system by adding air conditioning to the space that previously did not have the capacity. The mechanical system was designed to be highly efficient with HEPA filters to correspond to our current environment….
Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum celebrates River West – the largest affordable housing project in Tulsa History. We’re thankful for the visionaries, planners, dedicated leaders and generous donors who paved the path to make this project possible. Let’s continue to create strong, vibrant communities together! Watch the full video here.
Gateway First Bank breaks ground on their new flagship banking center. Located on Main Street Jenks, the new banking center will offer more than just the traditional bank services including a multi-purpose space where clients and community members can meet. The design incorporates the use of modern materials and glass to create an open and inviting atmosphere for guests.
The Byram Hills High School Theatre is approximately 8,500 sf and is located entirely within the interior core of the footprint of the school. KSQ Design performed a re-construction project for the purpose of replacing and/or upgrading seating, interior finishes, lighting, etc. Improvements were made to make the space ADA accessible and addressed the acoustical qualities of the theatre. The scope of the work also included the replacement of an existing roof top mechanical unit (in-kind).