MAPS Board to Ponder Changes

By Parrott, Susan | THE JOURNAL RECORD, April 6, 1995 | Go to article overview

MAPS Board to Ponder Changes


Parrott, Susan, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Changes to projects at the State Fair of Oklahoma Fairgrounds will be considered Friday in a special meeting of the Metropolitan Area Projects Citizens Oversight Board.

MAPS coordinator Frankfurt-Short-Bruza proposes locating the new sales arena, previously planned as a stand-alone building, in Barn 6 of the fairgrounds.

The arena would be constructed in space now used as a practice arena, which would be relocated to an expanded Barn 9.

Jim Hasenbeck of Frankfurt-Short-Bruza said the moves are the only way to locate the new sales arena near the existing State Fair Arena and could save MAPS money.

"There is a potential cost savings from not having a new building, but we haven't worked out all those details yet," Hasenbeck said.

The latest budget retains the same bottom line of $12.6 million for all fairgrounds projects, but moves about $700,000 from the sales arena project to the Barn 9 project.

Barn 6 previously was not part of planned fairground improvements. The new sales arena there will be 120 feet by 250 feet and will seat 1,500 people.

Barn 9 was to be renovated and now also will be expanded 65 feet to the west and 10 feet to the east to accommodate the practice arena.

The city is negotiating contracts with five Oklahoma City architectural and engineering firms for design of fairgrounds projects.

They are: The Architectural Partnership (TAP) for additions to the State Fair Arena; J. …

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