ABOUT
US

Established in 2010, White Hawk Engineering & Design, LLC (White Hawk) is a women-owned, multi-disciplinary professional services firm.

 

Our team is an energetic group of seasoned technical professionals with the knowledge, qualifications, and expertise to deliver exceptional client service.

 

At White Hawk, we have created a business where people and technology converge to deliver the results our clients trust.

THE
HAWK

We are White Hawk.


In Native American culture, the White Hawk is a totem, or spiritual animal that represents the power of vision and intuition.

White Hawk embraces this representation and serves all of our clients with:

  • Clear Vision

  • Leadership

  • Focus

on every project, every time, no matter what.

OUR PROMISE

TIME TO
CELEBRATE!

From May of 2020 through 2021, White Hawk is celebrating! We are 10 years old.

In May of 2010, the journey began. Ten years later we are proud of what we have accomplished.

The anniversary brings:

  • a new logo

  • a new website

  • other surprises

What won't change is our commitment to excellence in our work.

OUR
AWARDS

On December 11, 2014, White Hawk was recognized at the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency Awards Gala as the Best Overall Disadvantaged, Minority and Women Business Enterprise throughout the North Texas Region.

OUR
CLIENTS

We are proud to provide services to federal agencies, state agencies, municipalities, and private entities. Each client is valued and respected!

 
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"It's the most violent rotation I have ever seen.
Get underground now or lose your life."

Mike Morgan, Chief Meteorologist
KFOR Channel 4 News, Oklahoma City 

May 20, 2013

What our promise means...

On May 20, 2013 a very powerful F5 tornado hit Moore, OK. With estimated winds at 210 mph, the tornado killed 24 people, injured 212 others, and decimated 1,150 homes, resulting in an estimated $2B in damages. White Hawk's Moore office remained relatively unscathed from the twister - with only the roof suffering damage. The neighborhood around the office, however was nearly wiped off the map. We counted ourselves lucky and started to rebuild.

 

Less than two weeks later, the unthinkable happened when a second F5 tornado hit Central Oklahoma, spawning tornadoes that hit Moore. White Hawk suffered extensive loss of our facilities, including the destruction of the roof and up to a half foot of water flooding our office.  

Due to our stringent office safety protocols, all our employees were safe.

As a result of our early adoption of cloud computing, we lost zero files.

Thanks to our tireless staff, we never missed a deadline. 

All of our work was turned in on time.

 

So when we promise client satisfaction, it's not just a catch phrase -- we mean it.
Even when the worst hits.