Innovation Past, Present, and Future

At Project 3810, we’re focused on being a center for entrepreneurship and innovation, and we picked the right location for the task. Innovation has been happening at our space for a long time. For decades our building (built in 1959) was the headquarters of the Little Giant Pump Company, an innovator in its field. That company was acquired in 2006 by Franklin Electric, who shut down this location in 2012, paving the way for our endeavor. Consider being a future innovator at our space. We have everything you need to start and grow, this site has a history of innovation, and that’s only the beginning of our story.

Open House and Ribbon Cutting

Project 3810 was established in July 2017, and after an initial round of renovations in August and September, we opened our doors to tenants in October. Our first batch of tenants have moved-in and are operating smoothly, and we’re ready to grow and improve with the new year. With the help of the Northwest OKC Chamber, we’ll be cutting the ribbon and opening our doors to the public to see where we are and where we’re going. Please join us on February 12th at 1pm!

See the Facebook Event for ongoing details, or add this event to your calendar.

There are also details from the NW Chamber site.