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.
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.
Wichita State University’s ambitious Innovation Campus transformed a 125-acre golf course into an interconnected community of buildings, commercial operations and mixed-use areas on the university grounds. Creative design solutions were essential to connect all of the elements of the Campus.