Completion Date: 2012
Size: 38,275 sq. ft.
Construction Cost: $7.2 million
Mustang Fuel Corporation is settling comfortably into its new corporate headquarters in Oklahoma City. The state of the art facility is mid-century modern in architectural design.
Mid-century modern architectural design is characterized by clean details, ample natural light, and open floor plans with the goal of opening up interior spaces. Horizontal banded windows wrap the structure and add to the mid-century aesthetic. Exterior cantilevered window louvers and architectural concrete banding accentuate the horizontal orientation of the mid-century design.
Facing west-southwest, the building enjoys an impressive view of the downtown Oklahoma City skyline.
The focal point of the building's exterior is the architectural concrete entry on the west side which is highlighted by a splash of "Mustang Fuel" blue on the sun control louvers. The glass curtain wall of the two story atrium lobby is set back from the building facade for energy efficiency, giving the lobby an open feel which is bathed in natural light.
In addition to the sun controlled louvers, other sustainable measures include a ground source geothermal heating and air conditioning system, high efficiency lighting, and occupancy sensor lighting controls.
The new headquarters postures Mustang Fuel Corporation for continued growth and success for future generations.