McClure Engineering Company Opens New St. Louis Office
ST. LOUIS, MO McClure Engineering Company (MEC), an Iowa-based civil and structural engineering firm, is expanding in the Missouri market by opening a new office in St. Louis, Missouri. MEC has provided engineering services throughout Missouri for many years. The new location better enables MEC to serve clients locally as well as further expand its market presence in Missouri.
"This new location in Missouri reinforces our strategic goals as a leading provider of civil and structural engineering services throughout the Midwest," said Terry Lutz, President and CEO of McClure Engineering Company. "We've provided engineering services for years in the Missouri market and a St. Louis office will allow us to better integrate ourselves into the community. It brings additional resources and engineering expertise that will benefit our local clients and communities we serve."
David Diestelkamp, P.E., has been hired to serve as the St. Louis office's Business Development Manager. Diestelkamp has 38 years of civil engineering experience and is a Professional Engineer licensed in six states, a Fellow in American Council of Engineering Companies and a Fellow in the Society of American Military Engineers. He most recently worked at Sverdrup & Parcel/Jacobs Engineering serving as St. Louis Operations Manager. During his tenure there, he held several other roles such as Regional Sales Manager, among other capacities. Highlights of his civil engineering career include overseeing a multi-million dollar facility for Miller Brewery's Facility in California, managing Idaho Falls International Airport improvements, and overseeing major renovations to Lock and Dam projects as well as numerous projects for various state Departments of Transportation.
Diestelkamp received his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri University of Science & Technology). He is currently serving on the board of directors for the Academy of Civil Engineers as past Chairman. He is also serving as the National Director Representative for ACEC-Missouri. Diestelkamp is a member of several other organizations including the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Engineers' Club of St. Louis.
"David brings a wealth of civil engineering experience to our team, including important quality control processes," said Lutz. "David's experience in leading high-profile, complex engineering projects for clients throughout the U.S. will serve our clients well."