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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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What’s Shakin’ in Tornado Alley?

11.17.14 by Justin Hartman

Having grown up in the Oklahoma City area and now living in Tulsa, it has always been tornadoes, thunderstorms and the occasional snow or ice…

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Team Unity

11.11.14 by Mondher Labbane

My youngest son plays soccer for a team that has had success both at the state level (two-time state champions) and at the regional level….

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68 Days to a New Perspective

08.06.14 by Emily Ashbaugh

I had an image of what a day at a typical engineering firm would look like. It’s quiet and maybe a little impersonal. Employees work…

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What A Difference Four Years Make

06.24.14 by Gene Phillips

Do you ever stop to realize how much changes occur in a typical 4-year span? We just went through college graduation with our son. How…

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Saferooms for Schools – One Year Later

06.03.14 by Kevin Bahner

It’s been nearly a year since my last blog post. At that time, South Oklahoma City and Moore were just really getting started with the…

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“To boldly go where no engineer has gone before…”

05.06.14 by Steve Huey

Architectural Space:  the final frontier. These are the voyages of Wallace Engineering. Its thirty five-year mission:  to explore strange new geometries, to seek out new…

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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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Green with Envy

08.20.13 by Lise Kifer

A while back I was perusing articles about the physical office spaces and campuses of “way out there” companies like Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon. …

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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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Analysis of Thin Plate Metals Under Uniform Loading with Large Deflections, Structural Pookie, Metal Panel Voodoo and Ozark Engineering

06.17.13 by Steve Huey

Many of you know that in addition to our “regular” engineering we also work on building “skins” for lack of a better term, mostly in…

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Old Meets New

06.11.13 by David Zuk

Many challenges face the Structural Engineer when designing a new building that will be an addition to an existing building designed and constructed in a…

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Structure Expressed

05.20.13 by Andrew Kern

I was a young student of architecture at the University of Illinois when I took my first structures course: statics and dynamics. This was my…

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Hammer Away

05.15.13 by Max Lehman

While there have been many experiences that have shaped me as an engineer, I believe that the ones that have benefited me the most have…

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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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