When MKEC takes on a transportation project, we know that we aren’t just building a road or repairing a bridge. We’re connecting communities and taking on the responsibility for being wise stewards of taxpayer money.
As 3D scanners have become more powerful, more accurate and easier to use, they have become a must-have technology for design and engineering.
No matter the project, strong relationships put everyone involved on the path to success. From large highway projects to smaller municipal ones, MKEC wants to be on your team.
It’s one of those instantly recognizable pieces of Americana that has been the hallmark of many summer road trips: the “Glass House” spanning I-44 just outside Vinita, Oklahoma.
It’s one of the biggest balancing acts we as engineers face: designing the most efficient and effective solutions for our clients while protecting the surrounding environment. Nowhere was this truer than in McCurtain County, Oklahoma.