Bill Swain, P.E., PLS
Senior VP, Civil Engineering
Mr. Swain is a registered Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor with over 30 years of experience on a wide variety of civil engineering projects. His project experience includes utility system design, stormwater/drainage design, water/wastewater treatment system design, roadway design, reservoir design, subdivision layout and platting, permitting and master planning. He has a Master of Science in Civil Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering both from the University of Oklahoma.
Ricky Arce, P.E.
Civil Manager - Norman
Ricky is a Licensed Professional Engineer with over 20 years of experience on a wide variety of civil engineering and surveying projects. He has had civil engineering design responsibilities for residential, government, and commercial developments including water and sewer systems, drainage and roadway design. Ricky has also designed numerous municipal landfills and other solid waste facilities. He is extremely proficient in utilizing AutoCAD and Civil 3D engineering software to streamline production of civil engineering plans. He is experienced in preparing roadway plans and bid documents satisfying ODOT and BIA requirements. Ricky’s experience includes full project and client management and design responsibilities. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Science degree in Drafting-Design Technology from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
Corey Lipps, P.E.
Rick Schlegel, P.E.
Manager - Woodward Branch
Rick Schlegel has over 36 years of engineering design and construction experience in all types of Municipal, Industrial, Rural, and Private Infrastructure Projects. Rick was the former State Engineer for the USDA-Rural Development (18 Years), selected as the National Rural Development Engineer of the Year, and was selected as one of the “Top Ten” Federal engineers in the country by the National Society of Professional Engineers when he was with USDA. Rick has design and construction contract management experience in many areas including water supply treatment, distribution and transmission, groundwater investigation, water well design, sanitary sewer collection and treatment systems, wastewater management, environmental assessments, site planning, paving, streets, sidewalks, bridges, culverts, dams and reservoirs, grade stabilization structures, animal waste systems, and many small and innovative technologies for small communities. Rick is currently the city engineer for over 30 communities in Northwest Oklahoma.
Grants and Projects Administrator
Ms. Woodard brings over 20 years of experience of grant expertise to the Enviro Clean team. Serving as the Grants and Projects Administrator, Woodard provides support and assistance in both seeking funding and handling the financing processes for our clients. Woodard is knowledgeable in exploring available assistance through grants and loan opportunities among all governmental levels and units. She also has experience in the application and administration of the CDBG Program including the Water-Wastewater Construction program. Woodard’s deep understanding of the preparation and submission process for grant and loan applications through the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, the Economic Development Administration, REAP and other related grants at the State and Federal level make her a vital part of our team.
Mr. Lipps has a diverse body of commercial land development experience from preliminary planning and site selection to design, permitting, construction, and occupancy. He has completed due diligence on the entitlement and construction requirements of many communities, and has advised clients on the approval and permit process required to develop their projects. In addition, he has a history in residential land development, public roadway projects, minor water and wastewater treatment plant design, water distribution systems, wastewater collection systems, storm water modeling, detention pond design, storm water pollution prevention plans, and environmental inspections, permitting and modeling. He has a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.
As public entities and private developers look for ways to stretch their funding to cover infrastructure and development projects, we are applying extensive project experience and pioneering the use of new technology, gaining efficiencies to enable projects to go forward.
Through our Cardinal Engineering division, we offer a multi-disciplined staff of engineers, designers, and technology experts working in concert to support our public and private sector clients from project feasibility through construction. Working hand-in-hand with client project managers and architects, we provide a full suite of civil engineering and construction project management services which ensures project delivery, on time and within budget.
We also specialize in supporting smaller, rural municipalities that lack the resources to maintain a full-time engineering department or City Engineer. Not only do we provide municipal engineering support to these communities, we proactively engage with them to determine priority projects and assist them with securing the funding for their projects through state and federal grant programs.
In the past two and half years, we have delivered over 75 funded projects through our community grant assistance program addressing transportation, municipal water supply, surface water management, aviation, and other municipal infrastructure projects.
Water Supply & Distribution
Wastewater Collection & Treatment
Storm/Drainage System Design
Bid and Construction
Site Feasibility Analysis
Stream Hydraulic & Hydrologic Studies
Sustainable Site Design
SWPPP and Erosion Control
Central Moore Park
Cardinal Engineering provided civil design services to the design team responsible for the plans for a new park in Moore, Oklahoma. The community park stretches 6 blocks along Broadway Street and consumes 80-acres of fields. The scope of the project included construction of a 60,000 square foot community center, an aquatic park, amphitheater, farmer’s market, and a 2-mile walking trail. Scope of services for the park included site planning, grading and drainage, paving design, sanitary sewer design, water distribution system design, storm sewer design, as well as the design and documentation of large storm water retention features required to support the site program. The 26 million dollar park was voted on in 2012 and was built with Bonds funds.
Concept Development Support
Water Line Design
Storm Sewer Design
Preliminary and Final Stormwater Design
Project Management and Administration
Civil Site Planning
Sanitary Sewer Design