Corporate Office 417.680.7200

History

Formation of the company

 

In 1954, Elmer M. Allgeier and Kent W. Martin formed a partnership, and Allgeier, Martin and Associates began operations in Lamar, Missouri. Services included transmission, distribution, substation planning and design, civil engineering, and architecture. The original staff also included the original associates: Emmett G. Green, Vernon R. Lawson, and Charlie C. Davidson, along with one additional engineer, two draftsmen and a secretary. Soon after the firm's formation, the company moved from Lamar to 1204 Main Street in Joplin, Missouri.

 

Elmer M. Allgeier - Partner

Elmer M. Allgeier

Partner

Kent W. Martin - Partner

Kent W. Martin

Partner

Emmett G. Green - Associate

Emmett G. Green

Associate

Vernon R. Lawson - Associate

Vernon R. Lawson

Associate

Charles C. Davidson - Associate

Charles C. Davidson

Associate


Development Milestones

 

1965

In just over ten years, Allgeier Martin had grown to over 60 employees, which led to the construction of new offices at 2820 South Range Line Road in Joplin. The Range Line facilities were expanded five times over the following 46 years, to provide over 20,000 square feet of work space.

1978

Allgeier, Martin and Associates, Inc. was incorporated on September 1, 1978. The directors were Elmer M. Allgeier, Kent W. Martin, Vernon R. Lawson, Emmett G. Green, and Charlie Davidson. On that day, Elmer Allgeier retired from the company, and sold his shares to the remaining directors. Kent Martin was elected President of the new corporation, and Vernon Lawson, Emmett Green, and Charlie Davidson were elected as Vice Presidents.

1992

In 1992, we became a 100% employee-owned company through the development of an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). Ownership was divided between shares held by the ESOP, and restricted shares held by selected employees.

2006

In 2006, Allgeier, Martin and Associates, Inc. acquired Wilson Hydro, a smaller civil engineering firm that specialized in hydrology and stormwater systems design. Along with the acquisition, we also gained a secondary office in Rolla, Missouri staffed with three civil engineers.
Our employee count had grown to 109.

2011

Allgeier Martin moved into a new facility constructed in the Crossroads Business Park in Joplin which allotted the firm 36,000 square feet of office and storage space, all under one roof. The new, modern building brought all corporate operations (with the exception of the Rolla office) under one roof for the first time since the early 1970’s.
The number of our staff grew to 116 by the year’s end.

2015

Karl G. Kinler retires after 38 years of dedicated service. Karl graduated from Louisiana State University in 1971, and worked for the Rural Electrification Administration until he joined the Allgeier Martin in 1977. Karl has been responsible for distribution systems engineering services, which include system planning studies, project design and bidding, contract administration and inspection, and system operations troubleshooting. Karl has served on the Board of Directors since 1992, and was the corporate secretary from 1995 through 2012.

Current Board of Directors:

2015 Board of Directors

 

Corporate

  • 7231 East 24th St.
    Joplin, MO 64804
  • 417.680.7200
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  • PO Box 2627
    Joplin, MO 64803

Kansas City

  • 1201 N.W. Briarcliff Parkway
    Suite 234
    Kansas City, MO 64116
  • 816.673.7540
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Rolla

  • 112 West 8th St.
    Rolla, MO 65401
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Springfield

  • 1801 W. Norton Road
    Suite 309 B
    Springfield, MO 65803
  • 417.680.7335
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