About Us

We set the Standard

Since 1951 Standard Testing & Engineering has been a beacon of commitment to engineering excellence and reliability in the field services sector, with locations in Oklahoma City, Spencer, Tulsa, Lawton and Enid to provide coverage across Oklahoma and the Midwest. Standard has a long history of focusing on geotechnical and materials testing and a reputation for providing professional, quality services for the design, construction and manufacturing industries.  

2017 brought new ownership, insights and expansion goals for the Company, such as construction management and building envelope. 2024 brings a new look and the name Standard Engineering & Field Services which will carry on the tradition of responsiveness, reliability, and innovation by embracing new technologies and industries that have long been our standard. Significantly, Standard will continue to offer the most expansive and comprehensive teams of seasoned engineers and licensed and credentialed specialists in Oklahoma. Standard will foster enduring partnerships in diverse industries from construction, manufacturing, energy and telecommunications to deliver cutting edge solutions. A collaborative, client-centric philosophy will guide Standard Engineering & Field Services into the future.

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The most reliable way to demonstrate overall qualifications and specific competence is through:

  • Professional Licensing, and
  • Accreditation by a Recognized Accreditation Authority

Standard is licensed by the Oklahoma State Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors (CA #7933) and employs six registered professional engineers.

Enid, Lawton & Tulsa Lab Accreditations

The Standard laboratories in Enid, Lawton and Tulsa are accredited and/or validated by:

  • AASHTO (American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials)
  • Accreditation Program (AAP), and
  • Army Corps of Engineers' Validation Program

Oklahoma City Lab Accreditations

The Oklahoma City office maintains current AAP accreditation in asphalt mixtures, soils, aggregates, and sprayed fire-resistant materials.

Our Oklahoma City laboratory also has AAP accreditation for ASTM C1077 (Aggregate), D3666 (Concrete), D3666 (Aggregate), D3666 (Asphalt Mixture), D3740 (Soils), and E329, "Specifications for Agencies Engaged in the Testing and/or Inspection of Materials Used in Construction," for aggregate, asphalt mixture, concrete, fire resistive material, and soil.

In addition, Standard is currently accredited by AAP for 50 ASTM soil testing standards and 112 other testing standards (162 in total).

Reasons to hire an ASTM E329 Qualified Testing Laboratory

An ASTM E329 accreditation means that we will provide the assurance that our testing laboratory is qualified to do the work right.  Here are a few reasons for hiring us:

  • Our labs are inspected and accredited by recognized accreditation authorities at least every three years
  • Our Staff is thoroughly trained and highly certified
  • We calibrate our equipment at required intervals
  • We maintain a Quality System appropriate to the type, range and volume of inspection and testing activities undertaken
  • We participate in inter-laboratory comparisons and proficiency testing programs

reduce Risk and liability

Many federal, state, local and private contracts specify that testing services be performed by an ASTM E329 accredited laboratory.  Risk and liability for the owner, contractor, and supplier are reduced through use of this accreditation because results are recognized by the courts and are readily accepted by knowledgeable construction professionals. 

I do want to say I appreciate everything you all do for me. I know that I am constantly making changes due to conditions in the field as far as scheduling, which I know makes it hard on Kevin and the techs. Kevin is always understanding and does everything he can to make things work.
I can’t say enough how much I enjoy working with Kevin. He is the reason I chose standard to do the QC for me on EOC-2461, and my experiences with him and the rest of your organization on that project is why I chose to keep with Standard on EOC-2443B.
Again, thank you for everything you do and always working with me and my ever changing testing schedule. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

Landry Logan

Assistant Project Manager. Manhattan Road & Bridge, Oklahoma City

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