Volume 2, Number 4 - Winter 2018
Our winter 2018 newsletter offers feature articles on multipurpose building strategies, a look at how one such building from the Sparks Reed portfolio delivered unexpected dividends, details about the PAWsh Palaces contest by AIA Eastern Oklahoma, holiday party pics, and a year-in-review column by David Reed!
Volume 2, Number 3 - Fall 2018
Our fall 2018 newsletter features insights on developing a master plan, an overview of our many fundraising services, and a feature with photos on the new Wesley Foundation Worship Center at Oklahoma State University. It also updates readers on three other Sparks Reed construction projects.
Volume 2, Number 2 - Summer 2018
This summer 2018 newsletter offers an outline for organizing and pulling off a successful building project, a comparison of renderings to reality, an example of how one high school's field house yielded many unforeseen benefits, employee news, and a look back at an unusual Sparks Reed office project!
Volume 2, Number 1 - Spring 2018
This diverse issue opens with an article on school construction projects. Another piece reveals the impact Putnam City West executives expect from their new Athletic Village. A fifth article tells how a Putnam City High School renovation and expansion project will provide students, faculty, and supporters with a new sense of history. The newsletter closes with an artistic adventure in snowy Yellowstone by Sparks Reed co-founder Gary Sparks
Volume 1, Number 3 - Winter 2017
This issue opens with a look back at a very busy 2017 by Sparks Reed co-founder and principal David Reed. It features an article on changing trends in stadium design, flashbacks on three Sparks Reed projects, a profile of new hire Bryan Broaddrick, reflections on the August tornado, and holiday party pics!
Volume 1, Number 2 - Fall 2017
This issue features an article on Sparks Reed's recovery from a tornado strike; details on the hiring of Tyler Sappington, Emily Chambers, and Jun Kang Robinson; a look back at how Sparks Reed renovated a famous Oklahoma company's world headquarters; and reflections on the firm's growth by principal and co-founder David Reed.