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An image of a new bridge over I-44.

Project Spotlight: Oklahoma Turnpike Authority 7th Street Bridge

This newly completed project is near Vinita, Oklahoma over the Will Rogers Turnpike. Designed to replace a 4-span I-Beam bridge constructed in 1957, the new 2-140’ span PC Beam bridge spans traffic over I-44.

This project also included 1.1 miles of approach roadway to provide safer access to the McDonald’s service plaza, the Cherokee Nation Vinita Health Center, and the Craig County fairgrounds by widening the lanes to 12’ and adding 8’ wide asphalt shoulders.

The project was a joint effort by Craig County, Cherokee Nation, ODOT, and Oklahoma Turnpike Authority.

Celebrating 36 Years of Guy Engineering

August 4th, 2023 marked our 36th year in business!

As an employee-owned company with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, GUY knows that improving infrastructure is paramount to everyone’s safety and quality of life. Thank you for your support over our first 36 years!

Congratulations to Dottie Hagan!

We were honored to join many current employees, past employees, clients, and family members in celebrating Dottie Hagan on her last full-time day.

Dottie has spent 25 years at GUY as a mentor, friend, and someone we could always count on. We wish her many wonderful years in retirement. We know her many kids and grandkids will keep her busy.

Utility Relocation Coordination

National 811 Day gave us an opportunity to celebrate our amazing utility relocation team: Brandy Moore, Tyler Hughbanks and Deborah Marshall.

GUY’s specialized team of utility professionals can help move projects to timely completion. The ability to effectively coordinate utility relocations, with public safety in mind, is crucial. Utility relocation coordination means we are verifying that approved relocation plans and agreements are in place so that construction is not negatively impacted.

Proper utility relocation coordination assures the project owner that each utility owner understands and will adhere to the approved relocation plans, and current engineering standards.