We are excited to announce that work is underway at the site of our new global headquarters in downtown Tulsa, OK!
When Drs. Joyce and Robert Hogan founded our company in 1987, it was a three-person test publisher operating out of two adjoining rooms at our current address. Over the decades, that three-person assessment provider grew exponentially, gaining footholds at some of the most powerful multinational companies in North America and expanding our network of international partners and distributers to become the global leader in personality assessment and consulting.
As our business grew, so did our staff. We hired the brightest young psychologists and business minds, taking over and then outgrowing the building in which we once occupied only two small rooms. Now, looking to the future, we are building a world-class facility that will not only give us room to expand to more than 200 employees, but will be an architectural icon befitting our organization.
Designed by world-renowned firm Seltzer Schaefer Architects, the three-story, 35,000-SF building will work to architecturally unite Tulsa’s past with its future. One side of the building will be dominated by a glass wall that echoes Tulsa City Hall and alludes to the technology and transparency for which Hogan is known, while another will pay homage to the classic red brick buildings of the historic Greenwood District to the north.
“When we set out to design a new headquarters, we wanted something that would be more than a place to put our growing staff,” said Hogan COO Aaron Tracy. “We wanted to build something of architectural significance that would anchor the east end of downtown.”
Additional features include:
Sustainable design and construction including a green roof and 70 geothermal wells
Meeting space to accommodate training workshops and our partners and distributers
Rooftop patio and entertaining space, including a catering kitchen
Public art by renowned artist Shantell Martin
Design and workspace layout that reinforces collaboration and our work-hard, play-hard culture
Ted Osgood, American Commercial Group, is acting as developer, and Flintco is supervising construction.
“There are so many exciting things going on in our downtown right now,” Tracy said. “We have a young, highly educated group that wants an exciting place to be. Now, Tulsa’s downtown can compete with markets like Chicago, Dallas and Denver. There are places to live, places to eat and places to be entertained all within walking distance.”
For recent press coverage of Hogan’s new headquarters, click here.