January was selected the Division Four Engineer in June. In this position, he will oversee the highway maintenance and construction activities for the nine counties in north-central Oklahoma, including the Oklahoma City metro.
January started his career as a temporary employee in 2006 at the Delaware County maintenance yard. While earning a civil engineering degree, he joined the Oklahoma State University Design Squad in 2008. In 2012, he was hired as an Engineering Manager at Division 2, headquartered in Antlers. While there he worked in the bridge, maintenance and traffic divisions as well as the Madill Residency. He was promoted to Division 4 Rural Construction Engineer in Perry in September 2017.
In 2018, January was named the Construction and Maintenance Engineer for the Oklahoma City Urban Area, which included the responsibilities of overseeing the daily maintenance and construction tasks of state highways and interstates in Oklahoma and Canadian counties. In this position he was involved in major projects including the historic I-235/ Off-Broadway truss bridge move, the final phases of I-40 Crosstown Oklahoma City Boulevard project and an interchange and widening project at I-40 and Choctaw Rd. in eastern Oklahoma County.
January earned a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Oklahoma State University and currently resides in Stillwater.
Last Modified on 06/11/2019
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