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Tiffany Building

Renovation of the interior and exterior 106,600 SF 12 story building above grade and one story full basement with 150 apartment units, 24 new podium units with covered parking and an amenities deck.

Tiffany Building

Meet Our Team

Link Cowen
Link CowenVice President
Link has oversight and responsibility of all construction related activities. He is a graduate of the Oklahoma State University’s College of Business and has over 15 years of experience in project management, estimating and preconstruction services. Link was born in Shawnee, OK; which is the city in which his great grandfather started Cowen Construction in 1896. He and his Wife Heather enjoy spending time with their son Link, who is the fifth Cowen in the direct lineage of his great, great grandfather to carry the family first name of Link.
Link is proud to be associated with Leadership Tulsa, he has been the Chairman of the Construction Leadership Council and is a recipient of the Build Oklahoma Award for leading the way on a 35 million dollar LEED Gold medical facility. He enjoys golfing, going to the lake, and spending time with his family.

In his role with the company, Link believes it is most important to keep the firm focused on building lasting relationships that result from providing outstanding service based on a foundation of trust, accurate information, quality construction, open communication and an appropriate amount of creativity throughout the building process.

Danny Hancock
Danny HancockProject Manager
Danny began his career in the residential plumbing industry during his high school years, and then switched to commercial throughout his college years. Danny has worked extensively with MEP Engineers, building Owners, Building Engineers.
Danny boasts a varied background that has earned him expertise in a variety of project types. He spent more than 20 years in the plumbing and mechanical industries working on commercial, industrial, institutional and historical projects. He’s also been a vital part of renovation projects for all of Tulsa’s major hospitals, and was involved with Hillcrest Medical Center’s Central Plan, which involved a relocation project from 1996-1999.
His experience in institutional projects includes work with the University of Tulsa, Tulsa Community College, OSU-Tulsa, OU-Tulsa, and numerous projects for Oklahoma State University’s campus in Stillwater.
Bob Krewitt
Bob KrewittDirector of Safety and HR
Bob Krewett has been a part of the Cowen Team since 1986 as the Director of Safety. In addition to being our Director, he is certified as an outreach instructor with the United States Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration Training Institute. Bob also serves as an instructor for the Construction Management Department at Oklahoma State University in the areas of jobsite safety standards.
Compliance with company safety policies and site specific safety requirements is monitored and verified by daily observation of the job site management staff. This is supplemented by random job site safety inspections which are conducted by the Director of Safety. Project specific potential hazards are identified for each individual project, then the operations team along with the Director of Safety agree upon means and methods to eliminate, reduce and/or adequately manage any potential hazards. All project field employees are made aware of site specific safety procedures and concerns through daily operational “quarterback meetings,” and through weekly safety meetings, both of which are conducted by the project management staff and the Safety Director. The Director of Safety is included in the pre-construction planning phase along with the operations team.