The Oklahoma Army National Guard's Readiness Center in Tulsa has some much needed upgrades.
Friday, the Army National Guard re-dedicated the 29 year old center in the 4000 block of North Highway 169.
The center got $5-million worth of renovations because the facility had numerous building code and fire code issues. The Army National Guard also added another 4,800-square-feet to the center plus 3,800-square-feet for a new parking lot for military equipment.
"This is for the soldier, that's what I'll explain this facility is to serve the soldier. We hope we have given them a quality product that will last them 20 years," said Mark Clifton with the Army National Guard.
He says the remodeling is a step forward.