Engineers in Norman, OK
Comprehensive list of Norman, Oklahoma based civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, structural and environmental engineering companies & consultants.
EST. has expanded to be a leader in delivering comprehensive engineering services for a range of projects both huge and tiny. We truly value the concept of delivering ample manpower and the latest resources to all projects regardless of size or location.
In 1989, Cardinal Environmental was established in response to industry and public demand for quality, timely and comprehensive environmental engineering services. Since its beginning, Cardinal has offered civil engineering services such as transportation design, land planning, utility study and design and site development.
To supply structural engineering services of consistently best quality to the construction industry. To offer economical and practical solutions based on knowledge and a vast knowledge of current material usage and capabilities. To maintain state of the art computer analysis, design and computer aided drafting facilities. To maintain the best standards of professional ethics and conduct.
Quest Consultants. is an engineering company committed to delivering process hazards management solutions to the hydrocarbon, petrochemical, and chemical processing industries. Our professional team members are recognized leaders in process hazards analysis, consequence modeling, risk analysis, and safety-related research and testing.
Before you go offshore to outsource your system design, get a quote from PDS Engineering. Located in Norman, Oklahoma, where costs are reasonable, the firm supplies affordable quick turn-around design and development for digital electronic systems. These include embedded real-time systems, measurement, instrumentation, low power, and harsh environment.
ARDCO knows the development cycle of a product from concept requires product and engineering specification. Our engineers then separate the product development process into three areas: Software, Electronics and Mechanical. Systems design then defines the interfaces between and within each area.