Funded by voters through their approval of Vision Tulsa in 2016, the City constructed a new National Headquarters, Hall of Fame Museum, and the Hardesty National Track Stadium which contains both an Olympic-caliber and Amateur Track. The arena seats 2,000 people and has 300 parking spaces on-site. USA BMX made Tulsa its home by relocating its headquarters from Gilbert, AZ and Hall of Fame museum to the former Evans Fintube site. The Evans Fintube site covers approximately 22.3 acres along the 100 block of North Lansing and is located in the Historic Greenwood District. The site lies just north of downtown Tulsa within Tulsa’s Historic Greenwood District, and is near OSU-Tulsa, ONEOK baseball field, and downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The City is expected to see more than 100,000 visitors attend more than 100 local, state, and national events in the first five years alone, generating nearly $11 million in economic impact for the City of Tulsa.
- Geotechnical Investigation
- Materials Testing
- Special Inspections
Project TeamGeneral Contractor: Nabholz Construction
Architect: Todd Architecture Group