Jordan Rodich, PE, CFM
Joined Wallace Design Collective in 2009
“It takes a team to design and build great projects – that mentality strengthens relationships and allows us to successfully execute the client’s vision.”
Jordan started a business with his best friend at the age of seven swimming for golf balls in the pond on the par 3 hole near his childhood home. All the golf balls were sold back to the golfers as “water balls” at a premium price. Inspired by the scene in Home Alone 2 where Kevin McCallister eats pizza in a limousine, the proceeds went to renting a limousine for Jordan and his neighborhood friends.
Jordan received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Oklahoma State University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Oklahoma and a Certified Floodplain Manager.
Jordan has experience in site development projects that include grading, detention/drainage, utility relocations, roads and parking lots. His experience includes educational, retail, hospitality, commercial, sports and recreation, civic, residential, healthcare and transportation projects.
Jordan is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association. He also serves on the Jenks Public Schools Foundation Board and City of Tulsa Infrastructure Development Advisory Board.