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Mixed Reviews

07.26.17 by Heidi Wallace

Having taken an embarrassingly long – decade, perhaps? – break from reading books of my choosing for pleasure’s sake rather than a grade or knowledge acquisition, I…

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Wide Load

12.22.14 by Danny Baldwin

You may have seen the news coverage in October talking about the transport of a demethanizer tower manufactured by a company in Broken Arrow and…

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Quality Control

07.21.14 by Matt Gebhardt

I recently gave a presentation on quality control policy. During preparation, it dawned on me that as engineers we often miss the boat as to…

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Stop and Smell the Roses

05.14.14 by Win Rice

Stop and smell the roses…sure it’s an old cliché, but do we really stop and do it? As engineers and architects, we create structures that…

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It’s Not Always About The Numbers

03.31.14 by Carrie Johnson

As engineers, we tend to focus on the calculations and drawings and not on the other aspects of running a successful business.  I think a…

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March Madness

03.17.14 by Tom Hendrick

When the month of March rolls around I think most everyone is aware of March Madness in college basketball.  First, there are the conference tournaments,…

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Be Aware of Your Surroundings

11.25.13 by Sam Ray

I have the privilege, together with my wife, of raising three daughters. They are usually eager to learn, and they also like to teach. Yes,…

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Play Ball!

10.22.13 by Scott Rodehaver

Wallace Engineering moved into the Brady Arts district in 2006 to a great historic 1920s brick warehouse. We had a small parking lot with additional…

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Do Your Due Diligence

10.14.13 by Darren Burns

Are you an impulse shopper? Can you buy something on a whim?  I can’t. I think it’s due to being an engineer. I question everything….

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Relocation.

08.06.13 by Doug Fredeen

After owning a business or being part of the ownership team of a business for over twenty years, the economy threw a curve ball and…

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A Common Thread In A Small Community

07.23.13 by Gene Phillips

Every so often I’m reminded of how fortunate I am to have a career, a workplace, and a team that allows me to play a…

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Shelters for Schools, It’s Time to Start the Conversation

07.08.13 by Kevin Bahner

Growing up in Oklahoma City, you just get used to springtime weather warnings. Local news stations preempt your favorite shows or sporting events to shout…

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Get A Hobby!

06.26.13 by Win Rice

Structural engineering requires a broad skill set in order to be well rounded and deliver successful projects. We have to visualize projects mentally in three…

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Working with Municipalities

05.09.13 by Coby Crowl

We serve several different types of clients, one being Municipalities. I want to focus on the municipal approach and one way we help them create…

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