Our Mission









METCO is a local, minority woman-owned engineering consulting firm. We are AASHTO R18-accredited, U.S. Corp and ODOT Certified. We offer over 100 years of combined educational and practical experience to not only meet your needs but EXCEED.


why metco?

Because our clients are more than just a project, they are valued relationships.

We develop and nurture this relationship through the quality and integrity of our work, we offer innovative ideas and solutions that provide options to maximize project performance.

Our standard of practice is evident through our 4-R's:





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Midwest Engineering and Testing Corporation’s mission is to provide sound engineering solutions to construction related engineering projects through the implementation of innovative and practical engineering principals. We are committed to providing quality engineering consulting and testing services while maintaining a superior level of customer service. In pursuit of our goal, we resolve to fairly balance the needs of our customers, employees and investors.

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  • Construction
  • Architectural
  • Engineering
  • Developers
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • State
  • Municipal
  • County
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proven performance

METCO has a proven track record of meeting and exceeding customer's professional expectations. We are thoroughly familiar with Oklahoma local requirements, and our team members have over twenty-five years of experience in the Oklahoma market. Our professionals are knowledgeable of Oklahoma methods and procedures.

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Belief & Philosophy

We approach our projects in alignment with our beliefs and philosophy:

  • Customer Service
  • Team Approach
  • Knowledge
  • Understanding
  • Communication
  • Proven Track Record
METCO has always provided prompt professional service for geotechnical and materials testing. Most importantly, they provide great solutions and collaboration to help projects be more constructible and save clients money.
— W. DeHart