We are proud to announce that Ridvan Doger has been selected as a Geosynthetic Institute Fellow for 2019-2020. The GIS Fellowship is based on an evaluation of topics of interest and/or concern to the geosynthetics community, with a focus on innovative geosynthetics research and development projects. The 18 recipients of this prestigious award are graduate students at universities in the US, China, Taiwan, Germany, and South Africa. Congratulations Ridvan! We are very happy to have you on our team!


A & M Selected As Preferred Contractor By The City of Tulsa, Oklahoma (July 27, 2018) – We are excited to be selected by the City of Tulsa, Oklahoma as one of their preferred contractors for providing Professional Engineering Services for Citywide Environmental Inspections, Testing, Design, and Cleanup Projects. Potential services to be provided include Due Diligence,  NEPA, SWP3s, Leaking Underground Storage Tank Investigations, Asbestos Surveys, Land Surveys, Geotechnical Services, Alternative Analyses, Plan Development, Bid Documents, Bid Assistance, and Construction Oversight.

USACE Acknowledges A & M’s Completion Of The Cumberland Levee Repair Project (July 27, 2018) – The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) published and article recently in their Building Strong magazine that recognized A & M’s successful completion of the Cumberland Levee Repair Project located along the Washita River near Madill, Oklahoma.






Coal Combustion Residuals Regulation (January 22, 2018) – Coal combustion residuals, commonly known as coal ash, are created when coal is burned by power plants to produce electricity. Coal ash is reportedly one of the largest types of industrial waste generated in the United States. This regulation for the disposal of coal combustion residuals from electric utilities became effective on October 4, 2016 and provides a comprehensive set of requirements for the safe disposal of CCRs, commonly known as coal ash, from coal-fired power plants. The regulation establishes technical requirements for CCR landfills and surface impoundments under Subtitle D of RCRA and addresses the risks from coal ash disposal — leaking of contaminants into ground water, blowing of contaminants into the air as dust, and the catastrophic failure of coal ash surface impoundments. Additionally, the requirements for recordkeeping and reporting as well as the requirement for each facility to establish and post specific information to a publicly-accessible website are established. This regulation also supports the responsible recycling of CCRs by distinguishing safe, beneficial use from disposal. Please contact Tom Trebonik (Director of Consulting) at (918) 665-6575 or ttrebonik@aandmengineering.com for further information.

The USEPA has recently added hazardous waste aerosol cans to the Universal Waste Program under the Federal RCRA regulations. This Final Rule becomes effective February 7, 2020. Please contact Jeff Elbert (Director of Compliance) at (918) 665-6575 or jelbert@aandmengineering.com if we can provide assistance in this regard.

The State of Oklahoma legislature recently passed the Oklahoma Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Audit Privilege Act (EHS Audit Act), which became effective and accessible on November 1, 2019. The EHS Audit Act provides confidentiality for reports and other documents generated during Voluntary Audits. It also provides for Voluntary Disclosure of EHS Violations discovered during qualifying Voluntary Audits. Please contact Jeff Elbert (Director of Compliance) at (918) 665-6575 or jelbert@aandmengineering.com if we can provide you assistance in this regard.