Engine installation is one of the first steps of a major reconstruction project to be completed in Oklahoma City.
The installation is taking place at a house in the 7600 block of Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Oklahoma City and will be completed by May 19.
The home was recently listed for sale.
The building has been home to a number of residents since the 1930s.
The contractor, P&W Engineering, is expected to start work at the house on May 19 and finish the job by the end of the month.
The work will involve installing a new engine and replacing the home’s existing air conditioning system.
P&W will pay for the job and will pay the contractor.
The company has been working in Oklahoma for almost a decade.
P & W has also been in Oklahoma before, installing engines for the city of Oklahoma City in the early 1990s.
A&E News spoke with the contractor, Michael W. Williams, who said that while the job will take more than a year, the work is relatively quick.
Williams said the work to install the new engine is scheduled to take about a month, but said it could take up to three months to install.
He said that the installation will require the installation of a crane, which will need to be installed by the time the house is finished.
The job is part of the rebuilding of a neighborhood that was devastated by a deadly tornado that devastated the area on Jan. 31, 2011.
The tornado hit the city and killed 14 people.
The home has been under renovation for a number the last three years, and the home was built in 2011.
The work is expected on a temporary basis, with work to be finished in the spring.
The project is expected take approximately six months.
Williams is the lead engineer on the project.