Standard Testing and Engineering Company (Standard Testing) was founded in Oklahoma City in 1951 as a Professional Engineering Firm specializing in Geotechnical and Construction Materials Testing. Standard Testing is an Oklahoma Corporation and is classified as a Veteran-Owned Small Business. Standard Testing employs approximately 40 highly-trained and experienced people, most with college-level and/or specialized technical training at our laboratory facilities in Oklahoma City, Enid, and Lawton.Our Core staff members have significant personal and professional history in the State of Oklahoma and have developed working relationships with local, state, and federal agencies, local design engineers, and other members of the local construction industry.
Standard Testing offers many services, including but not limited to the following:•Geotechnical EngineeringSite Subsurface Investigations, Foundation Engineering, Soil Stabilization and Improvement Studies, Pavement Evaluation and Design, Monitoring Well and Piezometer Installation, Complete Geotechnical Laboratory.•Construction Materials Testing and EngineeringSoils Testing, Earthwork Inspection, Asphalt/Concrete Mix Designs, Paving Designs, Plant/Field Quality Control, Aggregate Testing and Evaluation, Masonry Unit Testing, Mortar Testing/Evaluation, Failure Investigations, Nondestructive Testing. Construction inspection of earthwork, foundations, concrete masonry, structural steel, fire-proofing, and exterior finish and installation systems.•Drilling ServicesWe own and operate our own fleet of two (2) CME55 truck-mounted and one (1) CME55 all-wheel drive carrier specialized drilling rigs for Geotechnical Soil and Rock Characterization. We also own and operate field exploration equipment which includes electronic piezocone and pressure meter in addition to hollow stem auger, wet rotary, and rock coring equipment.•Quality Assurance for Steel and Concrete Components Structural Steel Inspection, Prestressed Concrete Inspection, Welder/Weld Procedure Qualifications, Weld Inspection, Nondestructive Testing; Ultrasonic, Dye Penetrant, Wet/Dry Magnetic Particle, Failure Analysis and Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing.•Pavement InvestigationEstablishing soil properties and characteristics to be used in pavement design. In particular, determination of soil strength, applicable modulus and matrix stability descriptive of a pavement project, a portion of a project, or materials respectively, will be the result of the analysis. and determining the influencing site characteristics that might require modifications to the pavement structure or adjacent works to accommodate those characteristics.