General Electric - Oil & Gas Technology Center

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

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Novum engineered, fabricated, and installed multiple atriums at the General Electric – Oil & Technology Center located in Oklahoma City, OK. The atriums consist of structural glass and steel creating a “jeweled” appearance. The largest atrium spans 72′ wide by 83′ long by 43′ high. The glazing utilizes Novum’s Point Supported Glass and Edge Clamped Glass Systems, with structural support featuring Novum’s Tension Rod System. The atriums span a total of 15,250 sq ft.

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Project Specifications

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SIZE

15,250 sq ft / 1,415 sq m
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SYSTEMS USED

Architecturally Exposed Steel

Tension Rod

Edge Clamped Glass

Point Supported Glass

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ARCHITECT

Miles Architecture
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GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Flintco

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