Meshek & Associates, LLC

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Meshek & Associates' services include municipal engineering, hydrology and hydraulic analysis, roadway and bridge design, site development, construction management, inspection services, field surveying, stormwater engineering, sanitary sewer and water services. We also provide a wide variety of GIS services including data inventory, mapping, and analysis. We are all ODOT certified DBE and an SBA certified HUBZone and Small Business Enterprise. We exist to serve. Our engineering process is an in-depth, multi-disciplinary expertise to create solutions that exceed our client’s needs. Through our pillars listed below, we strive to not only create solutions but to also create trusted partners. Our engineers are devoted to maintaining the vision of the project while developing solutions that fit the right decision, budget and objective.

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For more information on Meshek & Associates' internship program, please contact:

Christy Dulaney via email at chopkins@meshekengr.com or phone (918) 392-5620


2018 Summer Intern

James Gordon
Oklahoma State University, Class of May 2019
Civil Engineering major

James Gordon was employed at Meshek & Associates during the summer of 2018 as an intern in the Hydrology and Hydraulic department.  Many of the programs that are routinely used in our day to day work were new to James so initially his focus was on becoming familiar with those software packages and the different criteria used in our analyses.  Then the next step was to begin utilizing that information while performing analyses on current projects.

Two of the primary projects that James was worked on as an engineering technician were bridge and approach replacement projects.  One for 209th W Avenue over an Unnamed Tributary in west Tulsa County and the other one was SH 11 and 86th Street North improvements.  James performed the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the sizing of the replacement bridge and culvert for the roadway improvements.  These projects allowed him to gain an understanding of hydrologic parameters and how to develop them as well and the hydraulic impact that is cause by different encroachments within the floodplain.  James also prepared the project reports to summarize the analyses that were performed as well as the modeling results and attend project meetings where the information was presented to the client.

During his time at Meshek & Associates, James was able to be involved in multiple facets of our projects.  He was able to grow in his knowledge of drainage design and how integral the drainage component is to the design and long term functionality of the transportation system.