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Experience

When you choose Mickle Wagner Coleman, you’re bringing a seasoned team of engineering professionals to your project. Our large staff includes employees skilled in civil, environmental and soils engineering, construction observation, drafting, surveying and technical services. The size of our workforce and the broad range of services we offer provide our clients the advantages of total in-house staffing.  This consistent, in-depth team approach allows innovative, working solutions to be thoroughly developed from initial evaluation, to plan development and design, to construction.

Patrick J. Mickle, P.E.
President

Chief Engineer

As Chief Engineer, Patrick Mickle is responsible for overall engineering design and for the day-to-day administration of the company. With over 30 years professional engineering experience, his background includes extensive project management, supervision, and design.

Neal B. Wagner, PLS
Vice President

Construction Observer

For more than 30 years, Neal Wagner has been observing public works construction activities and offers extensive knowledge of the correct methods for sanitary sewer construction and rehabilitation. As resident observer for most of the company’s projects, over the past five years he has been the construction observer for more than $30 million in improvements for both residential and commercial subdivisions, sanitary sewer, water, and drainage projects.

Randell C. Coleman, P.E.
Vice President (Retired)

Project Engineer

A registered professional engineer, Randy Coleman, has been the Senior Project Engineer for street reconstruction projects in the City of Fort Smith Capital Improvements Program (Grand Avenue, Massard Road, 91st Street), and numerous commercial and industrial developments. His experience (20 years +) and expertise also focuses on the development of project plans and specifications, and conducting concrete and soil testing programs for evaluation of foundation designs. Randy retired in 2016, but remains involved in specific projects.