Congratulations to the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma on their award winning Choctaw Nation Tribal Complex Project! Built by Manhattan Construction Company, designed by FSB Architects + Engineers, JCJ Architecture.
Built by Manhattan Construction Co., the new Neal Patterson Stadium at Oklahoma State University includes the West Grand Stand with exterior stadium-style seating that is both covered and uncovered. Three new locker rooms, located underneath the grandstand, include a home, visitor and officials locker room. In addition, the building includes a team meeting room, training room, kitchen, lounge and club/multi-purpose room. The upper level of the West Grand Stand houses suites, press boxes, and club level seating. Another structure, west of the Grand Stand, has new restroom facilities, concession stands, and ticket sales. On the North end of the field is the ‘Cowgirl Cauldron’, a bar area with private stadium-style seating.
Watch the video round-up of the installation of the 3.4-million pound first operable truss for the retractable roof structure at Globe Life Field, future home of the Texas Rangers baseball team in Arlington, Texas. Thank you to our building and design team members! WWAFCO, WW Steel Erectors, Walter P Moore, HKS, Inc. #BuildingIsATeamSport
Big picture flyover video of the Entertainment District in Arlington, Texas.
In case you missed it, Manhattan Construction Group participated in Construction Safety Week 2019! Here is a quick recap of the events that took place throughout the week. We appreciate our team members’ dedication to safety every day. #SafetyItsAFamilyMatter
We have had a fantastic week celebrating Manhattan’s #WomenWhoBuild for Women in Construction Week. Check out our #WICWeek2019 wrap-up video. Visit and like our LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram pages to learn more about our women in construction who are inspiring the next generation! www.manhattanconstructiongroup.com
Congratulations to Oklahoma State University on their AGC of Oklahoma “Build Oklahoma” award-winning new Business Building! Built by Manhattan Construction, designed by Elliott + Associates Architects.