Educational Facilities

Trigon has extensive experience in the management of K-12 and Higher Education construction projects. We have provided Construction Management for more than 80 modernization and new construction projects for Tulsa Public Schools including the recently completed $20 million dollar, 120,000 sf, Clinton Middle School. We have ongoing CM work at Rogers State University where we have completed multiple projects including the $12 million dollar, 60,000 sf, Centennial Center. We are currently working on an addition and expansion of Baird Hall Classroom Building. These educational projects have included cost estimating, constructability reviews, project scheduling and budgeting, bidding, award, on-site construction management, and project closeout. Trigon has received "Excellence in Construction" Awards from the Associated Builders and Contractors of America for our work on the Ray Siegfried Early Childhood Learning Center, the Malcolm Disenroth Performing Arts Center at Monte Cassino School, and the Centennial Center at Rogers State University.
Centennial Center
Rogers State University

Trigon, Inc. was the Construction Manager for the new Centennial Center at Rogers State University in Claremore, Oklahoma. Trigon was on board from the beginning and assisted with cost estimating, constructability reviews, value engineering and scheduling. The Centennial Center was completed on time and under budget. The project was awarded the 2009 "Excellence in Construction Award" from the Associated Builders and Contractors of America, Oklahoma Chapter.

Project Cost - $12,102,010
Clinton Middle School
Tulsa Public Schools

Trigon, Inc. provided Construction Management services for Tulsa Public Schools on the recently completed Clinton Middle School in west Tulsa. The new building was constructed in close proximity to the existing facility which was built in 1925. The existing school maintained full operation throughout the construction phase of the project.

Project Size – 121,800 square feet
This square footage includes a 700 seat auditorium, 180 occupant cafeteria, 3 service line kitchen, full competition gymnasium with concessions and locker rooms, separate band and chorus classrooms, and open area media center (library). Each floor of the 3-story classroom tower has 11 instructional classrooms, science lab, teacher’s lounge, and restrooms.

Project Cost - $20,016,459
Ray Siegfried Early Childhood Learning Center
Monte Cassino School

Trigon Inc. was Construction Manager for Ray Siegfried Early Childhood Learning Center on the Monte Cassino School campus in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Floors one and two contain the administration offices and classrooms. The third floor is a large multi-purpose room and kitchen.

The project was completed on time and under budget. The Ray Siegfried Center was recognized by an "Excellence in Construction" Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors of America.

Subsequently Trigon has been hired as Construction Manager on 3 more projects including a new Gymnasium, remodel of the old gym into the Malcolm Disenroth Performing Arts Center, and a renovation of the historic St. Joseph Monastery.

Project Size - 36,000 SF
Consisting of 4 Administrative Offices, 12 Classrooms, Third Floor Multipurpose Room and Kitchen

Project Cost - $3,593,592


Trigon has an impeccable work record, resolving any unforeseen issues and problems in a professional and timely manner. I would recommend them as knowledgeable, professional, skilled and competent Construction Managers.
Tom Volturo
Rogers State University
Whether it is an interior renovation or a $19 million dollar new construction project, Trigon has handled each project with a consistent level of integrity, professionalism, and attentiveness to the details. I truly believe they keep our District's administration, staff, and student's interests a the forefront of their practices.
Robert LaBass
Tulsa Public Schools
School was as normal as ever and few of us realized that major construction was underway only a few feet from classrooms. Our Monte Cassino parents have been amazed at the beauty and craftsmanship of the buildings. It is amazing to think that within two years, we have had construction on two major buildings and reconstruction of three large areas within our school.
Sister Mary Clare Buthold
Monte Cassino School