Our professionals are experienced in
engineering, failure analysis, and energy. Our areas of excellence
are electrical, mechanical, and petro-chemical.
Our professionals and company are
licensed in many states as professional engineers. We maintain
model engineer status with NCEES. Our professionals are also state
licensed electrical contractors. In addition, we have a Federal
Communication Commission General Radiotelephone license. We are
certified consultants and have numerous commendations. The following organizations are
representative of our associations and affiliations.
The State Board for Professional Engineers and Land
Surveyors administers the licensing of engineers by the "Engineering
and Land Surveying Act, Oklahoma
OS 59 §
475". Practices are by "State Board for Licensure for
Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Rules, Oklahoma Administrative Code,
245". Other states have similar criteria. All of our engineers and our
company are licensed.
The Construction Industries Board regulates electrical installations
and contractors by "Electrical Licensing Act, Oklahoma
OS 59 § 1680".
Mechanical installations have similar laws. Practices are by
"Electrical Industry Rules, Oklahoma Administrative Code,
158:40". By this title, the
National Electrical Code is identified as the minimum electrical
installation standard. Our principal engineers are licensed
The National Council of
Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) is
a national non-profit organization composed of engineering and
surveying licensing boards representing all states and U.S.
territories. The NCEES maintains a Model Engineer records program to
assist in registration. Our engineers maintain Model Engineer
The professionals teach the Professional Electrical Engineering
Class in preparation for the principles and practices engineering
exam through the University of Tulsa Continuing Education,
. They have written the review e-book.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers is the largest
professional engineering society in the world. The principal
engineer is a Fellow and the other principal engineer is a Sr.
Member. They are active in the
Petroleum and Chemical Industry Committee of the Industry
Applications Society and in the Standards Committee
which writes and approves internationally and government accepted
professionals have written over thirty papers peer reviewed and
published by the IEEE.
The American College of Forensic
Examiners Institute of Forensic Science (ACFEI) is an independent,
scientific, and professional society, and is the largest
professional membership society representing forensic examiners. The
principal is a Fellow of American College of Forensic Examiners (FACFEI),
is a Diplomate of American Board of Forensic Engineering and
Technology (DABFET), and is Certified in Homeland Security by the
American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (CHSIII-ABCHS). The
other engineers are Certified Forensic Consultants.
The National Fire Protection
Association is the authority on fire, electrical, and building
safety. The NFPA publishes the
National Electrical Code (70), Guide for Fire and
Explosion Investigation (921), National Fuel Gas Code
(54) and numerous other standards. The mission of the international
nonprofit NFPA is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other
hazards on the quality of life by providing and advocating
consensus codes and standards, research, training, and education. The
principals are voting members of the electrical committee.
The National Association of Fire Investigators
has long recognized the need for an accepted method and standard of
evaluating the qualifications of individuals who are conducting
Fire, Arson and Explosion Investigations. The national Certified
Fire and Explosion Investigator program was instituted in August 11,
1983. The program has grown in recognition and has expanded to
provide certification internationally as well as within the US.
All personnel are Certified Fire and Explosion Investigators.
The International Association of Arson Investigators
- Oklahoma Chapter is a non-profit
organization with the following objectives among others: To unite
for mutual benefit those public officials and private persons
engaged in the control of arson and kindred crimes and to provide
for exchange of technical information and developments. All our
professionals are members of IAAI-OK.
The State Fire Marshal agency is
charged with the responsibility of enforcing the codes and standards
relative to fire safety adopted by the State Fire Marshal Commission
under the "Fire Marshal Act, Oklahoma
74 § 314-325". "State Fire Marshal Commission Rules, Oklahoma Administrative Code,
265:25-1-3" identify the incorporated national
codes and standards. The Codes include recognized standards such as
the NFPA. The principals are voting members of the NFPA electrical
Each City and jurisdiction has ordinances that supplement or modify
other codes. These also provide for local licensing requirements.
Locally utilities are controlled by franchises under
Title 15. The building code is
Title 51 and the Electrical Code is
Title 52. Our principals have been licensed as contractors.
The Federal Communication
Commission regulates all public and wireless communications in the United States.
The principal has maintained a Commercial General Radiotelephone
License for more than 40 years and has an Extra Class Amateur Radio
The Society of Petroleum
engineers is the technical and
professional home for those engaged in all aspects of the oil and
gas industry. The Society is
made up of 73,000 professionals
across many disciplines. The principals operate an oil and gas
company. The principal has published many peer reviewed
papers encompassing his more than 30-years of experience and
membership in the SPE.
Liquefied petroleum gas is regulated by the "Oil & Gas Act, Oklahoma
The liquefied petroleum gas industry operates under "Liquefied
Petroleum Gas Rules, Oklahoma Administrative Code,
420-422". The principal engineers have operated in the
petroleum industry for many years.
The Corporation Commission is responsible for regulating
utilities and industries by "Corporation Commission Act,
17". "Corporation Commission Rules, Oklahoma Administrative Code,
practices of the OCC. The
and gas industry operates under OCC rules. The Standards
of the IEEE including the National Electrical Safety Code have been
adopted by the Commission. The principals have been accepted as
experts for testimony before the Commission in utility and petroleum
issues. The principals have also testified before the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission. The principal engineers own and operate an
oil and gas natural resources company.
The CV of the professionals
identifies their extensive experience and credentials.