Interior work under way at OKC Convention Center

Published Wednesday, April 22, 2020
by Molly Fleming

Construction on the new Oklahoma City Convention Center has mainly moved indoors as work continues into the summer months.

The 270,000 square-foot center is the last of the landmark MAPS 3 projects, with the lower part of Scissortail Park still to come. Construction on the convention center is expected to be complete in September, but events won't start until a few months later, giving enough time for the ASM Global management staff to get used to the new facility

"There's been very little disruption on the site," said David Todd, MAPS director for the City of Oklahoma City. "There are procedures in place to keep everyone healthy, with as much distancing as possible. Even with 300 people on the site, there's still considerable distance between everyone."

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