Carrie Johnson, PE, SE
Joined Wallace Design Collective in 1986
“I think the key to being a great consultant is listening to your client.”
Carrie has always been interested in construction and tried to walk from home to her father’s lumber yard when she was three years old.
Carrie was awarded the NCSEA Service Award in 2016. This award is presented to an individual who has worked for the betterment of NCSEA to a degree that is beyond the norm of volunteerism. It is given to someone who has made a clear and indisputable contribution to the organization and therefore to the profession.
Carrie serves as Chair of the Board on Wallace Engineering’s Board of Directors. She received her Bachelor of Architectural Engineering and Master of Architectural Engineering degrees from Oklahoma State University. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in 42 states and a licensed Structural Engineer in Alaska and Utah.
Carrie’s project work is concentrated in the retail industry where she has been instrumental in the development of multi-sited building prototypes. She has automated many in-house operational and administrative functions and has developed proprietary software programs to automate repetitive structural engineering tasks.
Carrie served as the 2013-2014 National President of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) and as the 2019-2020 President of the Applied Technology Council. She is a past President of Eastern Oklahoma Chapter of the Oklahoma Structural Engineers Association and remains active on with the board. She also serves on the board of the Tulsa Girls Art School as President and is a past board member of the American Institute of Architects and the City of Tulsa Transportation Board.
She received the NCSEA Service Award in 2016. She currently serves as chair of the NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit Committee, and co-chair of the NCSEA Continuing Education Committee.