Established in 1997, BCS Design, Inc. is a full-service architectural firm providing a wide range of services to clientele ranging from school districts and municipalities to worldwide corporations, developers and homeowners. Our philosophy is that each project is unique and therefore deserves to be designed with fresh ideas and creativity utilizing our acquired knowledge and experiences. We specialize in solutions.
With expected completion of Phase I in April 2018, the Blackhawk apartments will offer 124 living units consisting of 5 different 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans located within 4 individual buildings. A full service clubhouse with offices, conference room, community room, swimming pool, and a workout center will complete the Phase I scope.
BCS Design, Inc. created a full master plan for Phase II scope which will include an additional 3 buildings and 108 additional 1 and 2 bedroom units.
The Stables Casino is a 28,000 square foot Class II entertainment facility located in Miami, Oklahoma. Featuring a 500 seat high stakes Bingo Hall, this two-story facility also offers a 100 seat restaurant, two separate off-track betting areas, lounge, meeting rooms and a lobby area that houses over 200 of the latest Class II electronic games.
The use of oak wood trim throughout the lobby, lounge and restaurant sets this facility apart from any of its competitors and offers the customers and employees a unique and relaxing atmosphere.
BCS Design was awarded the contract to redesign the existing administration building complex in Kansas City for a worldwide corporation.
This complex consists of approximately 125,000 square feet of administrative offices, laboratories and support spaces.
The overall project included exterior masonry restoration, the replacement of 240 windows, 25,000 square feet of roof replacement which included the implementation of an 8,500 square foot photo voltaic solar power array, renovation of 60,000 square feet of administrative office space, the demolition of 20,000 square feet of office building space that was originally constructed in the 40’s and 50’s, the construction of a new 9,000 square foot cafeteria addition, and the relocation of the data center (without shutdown) which supports the entire Kansas City site as well as two regional satellite locations.