A global agricultural company is poised to open its first biodiesel plant in Kansas, positioning Wichita as a competitive supplier in the biofuels market. MKEC played a key role in this $90 million project by helping to expand and convert the company’s existing edible oil refinery just north of Old Town to biodiesel production. To bring our client’s 42,000-square-foot vision to life, we drew from multiple capabilities, including civil, structural, process engineering, mechanical and piping design, and construction support services.
A collaborative team comprised of UCI, Piping & Equipment Co. (P&E), Southwestern Electric (SWECO), and MKEC Engineering, Inc. recently designed and constructed a tail gas scrubber in the sulfur recovery complex at HollyFrontier El Dorado Refining LLC.
Wichita will soon be at the center of the nation’s flourishing youth sports scene, thanks to the City’s $22 million investment in upgrades to the Stryker Multi-Sport Youth Complex near K-96 and Greenwich. Together with our talented team of partners – DLR Group, GLMV Architecture, GSI Engineering, Dondlinger Construction, FSC, Inc., and Greteman Group – we are proud to play a leading role in Wichita’s vibrant growth by helping make this “destination complex” a reality.
MKEC Engineering, Inc. was chosen to work on a section of the Eastern Oklahoma County Corridor project between SE 44th Street and Reno Avenue. The new Eastern Oklahoma County Corridor alignment will connect I-40 to I-44 in eastern Oklahoma County, reducing the travel time between Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
If you ever take a stroll down historic Route 66 and find yourself in Canute, Oklahoma, take a slight detour back to Interstate 40, and get a glimpse of the bridge that MKEC Engineering, Inc. helped reconstruct into a safety compliant, aesthetically pleasing structure.