922 SW 24th ST

El Reno, OK 73036

(405) 826-9320





WEIMER ENGINEERING L.L.C. August 1997 to Present

Principle of private consulting firm El Reno, Oklahoma


Provide engineering design and architectural support services to a wide range of clients. Full service MEP work in the disciplines of electrical, mechanical, plumbing and civil engineering. Normal projects take architectural base drawings and place all engineering details to produce final, sealed drawings for construction. The design of all engineering disciplines in-house prevents the omission of small details often missed in the separation of design between sub disciplines when utilizing separate engineering firms. Civil engineering is offered in the design of utility extension drawings, site drainage development, detention/retentention facilities and foundation design.

The range of client facilities has been churches, schools, public service facilities, commercial structures and medical service buildings. Special emphasis is placed on energy savings and meeting the owner's needs at the most reasonable capital cost through value engineering and attention to detail. The wide range of experience that has been derived from the many diverse projects completed over the years has produced a wealth of problem solving options to best serve the ultimate design goal of a quality, well designed facility.


UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA December 1986 to July 1997

Civil Engineer of the Physical Plant Norman, Oklahoma


Defined responsibilities included Outside Contract Administrator, Design Engineer, Utilities Manager, and Fire/Safety Administrator for the Physical Plant, University of Oklahoma. Designed, specified, bid, and contract administrated projects released outside of the Physical Plant work force. Projects valued as large as 2.2 million dollars were need identified, designed, specified, estimated, bid, and supervised to completion within the framework of state statutes. Utility management involved water production of 500,000,000 gallon per year from a 17 well field, maintenance and upgrade of 9.5 miles of gas pipeline, and oversight of 123,000 feet of water supply line ranging from 2 inch pipe up to 14 inch pipe. Responsible for all sanitary outflow systems with regards to both system mechanics and contaminant discharge limits.

All regulatory requirements of City, State, and Federal bodies as effecting the University were monitored, reported, and filed as an ongoing portion of assigned responsibilities.


K.P. EXPLORATION, Inc. June 1984 to December 1986

Mid-Continent Engineer/Geologist Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Functioned as both reservoir engineer and geologist for the Oklahoma City office. Responsible for reserve acquisitions, second party prospect evaluation, and in-house prospect development. Developed 17 drillable prospects for internal operations or sale to outside investors. Analyzed multi-million dollar purchase packages for investment with Kidder, Peabody and Company Inc.



Development Geologist Borger, Texas


Assigned development administration of 500,000 acres of HBP holdings in the panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas. Responsible for remediation recommendations, drill site proposals, and exploration support.

Managed exploration research of lease holdings as owned or potentially purchased in SE Colorado. Development responsibilities for the Sorrento Field as operated as HBP acreage. Promoted to Unitization Administrator in October of 1983.


HARCO INDUSTRIES Summer of 1979 and 1980

Cathodic Engineer Medina, Ohio


Summer assistant engineer commissioning cathodic corrosion suppression systems. Assigned as commissioning crew for New York, Ohio, and Michigan regions.





Professional Engineer in the State of Oklahoma (#18725) and Ohio (#65304)

Registered Professional Geologist the State of Arkansas (#1219)

Class A Water Operators License in the State of Oklahoma (#27246)

Society of Fire Protection Engineers, Member Engineer (#11026)

Engineer Intern in the State of Oklahoma (#8684)




 South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

B.S. Geological Engineer; 1981


Oklahoma State University

Hydrogeologic Training Program; 1990


University of Oklahoma

Graduate Engineering Program



 Available on request.