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Official Name Devon Energy Center
Former / Other Name Devon Energy Tower, Devon Tower, Devon Headquarters
Type building
Status Completed
Country United States
State Oklahoma
City Oklahoma City
Street Address 333 West Sheridan Avenue (Map)
Building Function office
Structural Material concrete
Energy Label LEED Gold
Proposed 2007
Start of Construction 2009
Completion 2012
Global Ranking #206 tallest in the World
Regional Ranking #43 tallest in North America
National Ranking #39 tallest in United States
City Ranking #1 tallest in Oklahoma City
Official Website Devon Headquarters
Height: Architectural 257.2 meter / 844 feet
Height: Occupied 227.3 meter / 746 feet
Height: To Tip 257.4 meter / 844 feet
Floors Above Ground 52
Floors Below Ground 2
# of Elevators 52
Top Elevator Speed 6.1 m/s
Tower GFA 125,812 m² / 1,354,229 ft²
Development GFA 279,172 m² / 3,004,982 ft²
# of Parking Spaces 2793
Companies Involved
Owner Devon Energy
Developer Hines
Design Pickard Chilton
Architect of Record Kendall / Heaton Associates
Structural Engineer Thornton Tomasetti
MEP Engineer Cosentini
Main Contractors Flintco; Holder Construction Company; Holder Flintco Joint Venture
Other Consultants
• Acoustics Cerami Associates
Façade Permasteelisa Group
• Interiors Gensler
Material Supplier
• Cladding HALFEN
About Devon Energy Center
In 2006, Devon began planning its new headquarters on a 7.52-acre brownfield parking lot site on the southern edge of the Central Business District in Oklahoma City. The program included: a 50-story office tower; a podium comprising conference, training, and dining facilities; a 2.25-acre public park; a 300-seat publicly accessible auditorium; and a rotunda to serve as the complex's "town square." The entire ground level is open and accessible to the public. See Project Case Study
CTBUH Awards
2013 Best Tall Building Americas Finalist
CTBUH 12th Annual Awards, (See the CTBUH Awards Book)

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CTBUH Featured Tall Building, 2013