Marc Meadows founded Meadows Analysis & Design, LLC, as a quality solution for companies in need of custom mechanical engineering services. Clients include Lockheed Martin Co., ThyssenKrupp and others. The Meadows Analysis & Design, LLC, team provides decades of mechanical engineering experience to companies in oil and gas, airline, food, construction, manufacturing and others.
Marc Meadows, P.E.
Marc Meadows, president and founder of Meadows Analysis & Design, LLC, is an experienced mechanical engineer whose career spans more than 30 years and a broad spectrum of industries. Meadows has designed and developed mechanical engineering plans for projects up in the air, underground and in the water. Projects include airport passenger loading bridges, oil field drilling parts and structures, waste water treatment plants, Department of Transportation and American Society of Mechanical Engineers trailers, pressure vessels and more. Meadows is licensed to provide mechanical engineering services in Texas, Arkansas, California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Oklahoma, Ohio, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Washington, and in the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Ontario and Nova Scotia.
In addition to his duties as president of Meadows Analysis & Design, LLC, Meadows is pursuing fellow status in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Attorneys, judges and others find his knowledge of mechanical engineering and breadth of experience extremely valuable when he reviews legal cases and serves as an expert witness. Meadows is called upon to determine the causation of industrial accidents. For example, he uses his expertise to identify why parts failed, or if misuse of an instrument is to blame for incident. Meadows is available to provide expert commentary on industrial accidents, car crashes and claims of equipment/mechanical failure. He has experience with a multitude of industries including:
- oil and gas,
- manufacturing and many others.
Meadows is a member of numerous prestigious committees and boards including:
- Industry Advisory Board for the Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering School at the University of Texas at Arlington
- American Academy of Forensic Sciences
- National Academy of Forensic Engineers (Correspondent)
- National Society of Professional Engineers
- Meadows earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Jayton Cagle, P.E.
Jayton Cagle earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. For his senior project, Cagle worked with a group to design a tribology machine which allowed users to test the lubricity of oils under varying conditions. After graduating cum laude, he worked as a superintendent for a general contractor who built commercial buildings and hotels. Cagle’s mechanical and construction background helps him visualize the real world application of products and issues that can arise once in use. Meadows Analysis & Design hired Cagle in 2010 to perform mechanical design and structural analysis. Additionally, he is active in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and is the secretary for the West Texas Section.
Justin Strempke, E.I.T.
Prior to joining Meadows Analysis & Design in 2012, Justin Strempke was a foreman at Infrastructure Service Inc., and oversaw the day-to-day upkeep and repair of more than 30 roadway service vehicles, and specialty equipment. He supervised the full frame-up tear down and rebuilding of heavy-line dual diesel engine trucks and complete electrical and hydraulic systems. Strempke built upon his skills while enrolled in the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering program, where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Aerospace Engineering.
While at UTA Strempke took part in the all-volunteer, no-credit Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) student race car program, in which students build and compete a high-performing race car each year. He was the engine management and electronics lead in 2009, and continues to volunteer with the program. Strempke’s senior project involved building a computer model of the SAE car for use in multi-body dynamics software, to simulate its kinematic and dynamic effects. Additionally, he has worked in the oil and gas industry, and provided well service and support, and assisted with equipment design and manufacturing. Strempke is a member of Society of Automotive Engineers and American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Joshua Martinez is a UTA graduate with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies focusing on architectural design and businesses management. He has four years of drafting and design experience with Meadows Analysis; becoming proficient in design programs such as AutoDesk Inventor, SolidWorks and AutoCad Mechanical. In addition to working with engineers at Meadows, Josh has also been a commissioned artist and designer for the past eight years having his work displayed all across the US. Josh has worked on a wide variety of projects at Meadows such as fracking and oil field equipment, airport bridges and walkways, conveyor design, restaurant equipment, cryotherapy chambers and most recently working with engineers to design a lift system for a LED screen at Cowboys Stadium.