Published online only: September 4, 2015
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The Oklahoma State Capitol’s interior restoration project recently began as work continues on its exterior. And just as with any big job like this one, there are surprises inside that could cost the state much more to correct than anticipated.
This was a story that I got called to with only one hour’s notice and was asked to shoot what I saw.
Oklahoma’s Capitol building is undergoing extensive restoration on the outside, and now on the inside. Their effort is to keep from impeding the business of state government while engaging in the largest fix project on the building ever in its history.