After 9 years of working closely together at a previous firm, Todd and Aaron founded v2 Engineering in 2016. Together we have worked on hundreds of projects in over 30 states with dozens of different Architects and contractors. We work on projects ranging from 1,000 square foot retail shops to 100,000+ square foot grocery stores. We’re driven to exceed our clients’ expectations and to deliver quality projects we can be proud of.
Todd attended Wichita State (’79 – ’82) and brings 35 years of mechanical design experience to v2 Engineering. Todd’s design experience encompasses an assortment of projects from Collinsville Community Church to Red Robin Restaurants, Albertson’s Grocery Stores, Marriott Residence Inn, Courtyard and Fairfield Inns, OSU Bennett Hall and Blair Dining renovations, Wal-Mart Hypermarts and SuperCenters, to Jenks and Okmulgee public schools. Todd also designed the plumbing systems for the University of Tulsa’s Donald W. Reynolds Center – a $28 million, 8,300 seat arena.
Todd spent 2 years on the construction side of things, gaining valuable experience while being responsible for estimating and bidding of HVAC projects, heatload calculations, coordination and development of sheetmetal shop drawings, vendor consultation and ordering of equipment, as well as construction administration and field coordination.
Aaron Brogdon, PE
Aaron is a graduate of the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (1999) and the University of Tulsa (2003). He is a Licensed Professional Electrical and Mechanical Engineer with 14 years of engineering experience.
Aaron started his career at the Benham Companies where he worked on very large ($100M+) military projects including personnel housing, vehicle/aircraft maintenance facilities, and administrative buildings. He also worked on the remodel of Tulsa International Airport, including the new central security checkpoint and baggage handling system. Upon completion of that project’s design phase, Aaron was assigned construction administration duties and worked out of an office on-site, where he observed and recorded the daily activities of construction for more than a year. This was a priceless opportunity to learn about the construction process and the importance of clear, detailed, and concise construction drawings and specifications.