- Ada, Oklahoma

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February 22, 2013

ECU's newest facility to be named Chickasaw Business and Conference Center


Ada —

The third floor is reserved for offices for the dean of the business school and faculty members, conference rooms, technology lab/classrooms, several faculty lounges and a balcony/reception area.

The center’s unique design allows the conference center to double as a Federal Emergency Management Agency safe room in case of a disaster like Hurricane Katrina by providing short-term shelter. The safe room functionality is possible because of a $1.46 million grant awarded to ECU by FEMA.

Miles Associates of Oklahoma City is the architect for this project.

Construction progress on the Chickasaw Business and Conference Center can be viewed at: .

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