City of Edmond KickingBird Gold Course Clubhouse interior image
City of Edmond KickingBird Gold Course Clubhouse exterior image
City of Edmond KickingBird Gold Course Clubhouse exterior image

KickingBird Golf Course Clubhouse

Edmond, Oklahoma

24,000 GSF

The City of Edmond is home to one of Oklahoma’s busiest and well-known public courses, KickingBird Golf Course. In 2020, prompted by the course’s growing membership and outdated facilities, the City began work on a $20 million upgrade project. The improvements included demolishing the original clubhouse and building a new clubhouse and event center that hosts all golf tournaments’ pre- and post-round functions. The facility has the capability of hosting many community events, such as business meetings, high school reunions, wedding receptions, and sports team banquets.


  • Designed a building automation and control system to manage and monitor energy consumption, schedule preventative maintenance, control interior and exterior lighting, integrate fire alarm and security functions, monitor fuel consumption and water usage, and package equipment controls.
  • Designed a fire pump to provide fire protection to the clubhouse, events center, and swing studio.
  • Designed covered hitting bays that included radiant heat and high velocity, as well as low-speed (HVLS) fans for summer use.
  • Variable air volume heating and cooling system for thermal comfort and energy savings.
  • Modulating gas water heating system to provide reduced natural gas consumption.
  • Designed interior lighting systems comprised of LED luminaries for general illumination, accent lighting, emergency lighting, and illuminated exit signs.
  • Telecommunications system services included cabling infrastructure design and build-out of dedicated spaces for communications equipment, cabling, and all associated infrastructure, resulting in a comprehensive system that supports voice/data, life safety, security, and audiovisual transmission.
  • Electronic security services include access control, intrusion detection, and electronic video surveillance.
  • Audiovisual systems design included in the conference/meeting rooms, boardroom, banquet rooms, lounge, and pro shop. The systems included video presentation equipment, content collaboration equipment, sound reinforcement, digital signage displays, and background music.

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Photography credit: Simon Hurst Photography

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