Aaron Campbell, PE, LEED AP

Infrastructure & Technology Market Principal

Partnering with clients to understand their needs, Aaron provides leadership to produce designs that achieve goals in terms of function, schedule, budget, constructability and sustainability. As a result, clients turn to Aaron to help solve their most difficult engineering challenges.

A licensed mechanical and electrical engineer, Aaron regularly spearheads the planning and design for a wide range of intricate projects that utilize the disciplines of Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, Lighting Design, Commissioning, Sustainability Consulting, Mission Critical and Security. He is committed to addressing the complete spectrum of energy challenges through exceptional solutions that fully integrate building systems and spaces.

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“I love developing solutions for our clients’ most technically complex engineering challenges. Striving to make these solutions maintainable and fit our client’s budgets is my focus. This is made possible through streamlined efforts of communication and organization.”

On Thursday afternoon, the Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council (CJAC) met at the new MAPS 3 Convention Center to consider hiring a new jail consulting firm. CJAC has always been an idea group and was the body that developed the idea of a Jail Trust and a separate administrator for the jail other than […]

A new wing at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City will soon welcome passengers once security measures are put in place next week, with flights anticipated to take off from the expansion’s four new gates by the end of the month. The $90 million construction project began more than two years ago and will […]

The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council (CJAC) met at the Oklahoma City Convention Center Thursday to hear substantial updates on research about the Oklahoma County Detention Center or Jail. The group listened to a report on a new task force created by CJAC members in order to identify “high utilizers” of the Oklahoma County […]

Downtown Oklahoma City development is picking up where it left off at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic with construction set to start on three mixed-use apartment and retail projects. Once completed, the projects will add 371 apartments priced for workforce housing as market rate rents spiral downtown. John Semtner, representing Alley’s End and Boulevard […]