OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma – Kleinfelder announced it has opened a new office location in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The new space – located at 4149 Highline Blvd.,...
In many parts of the South and Midwest, road construction projects use chemical stabilization to deal with weak, wet soils and create an acceptable...
Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) announced the acquisition of Oklahoma City-based civil and solid waste engineering firm Shepherd Engineering Design Company, Inc.
Southwestern Electric Power Co. announced that the Louisiana Public Service Commission approved the proposed Wind Catcher Energy Connection project — a 2,000 MW wind farm and a dedicated, 350-mile power line.
Wind Catcher Energy Connection is a major wind farm and a dedicated power line that will bring low-cost, clean, reliable energy to AEP customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
The Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) announced that Cleveland County, Okla., recently signed the first pre-event contract for disaster recovery services after the National Association of Counties (NACo) began offering this new member benefit last month.
The Oklahoma Chapter of WTS International honored four recipients during its inaugural Scholarship and Awards Gala at the Oklahoma History Center.
A federally funded study to determine the feasibility of passenger rail service between Oklahoma City and South Texas recently advanced to the next phase, allowing for continued exploration of the proposed route. The $7 million Texas-Oklahoma Passenger Rail Study covers an 850-mile corridor broken into three segments going from Oklahoma City to Dallas-Fort Worth; Dallas-Fort Worth to San Antonio; and San Antonio to South Texas.
American Electric Power announced a major clean energy project, Wind Catcher Energy Connection, that will provide nearly 9 million megawatt-hours of new wind energy annually to its customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
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