Michael “Mike” P. McMeekin, P.E. is one of the founders of Engineering Change Lab-USA (ECL-USA), a non-profit focused on the future of engineering and fostering change in engineering that will increase its contributions in support of a more resilient society. He took on the role as ECL-USA’s first president /executive director in August 2019.
McMeekin served as president of Lamp Rynearson, an engineering, landscape architecture and surveying firm headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, from 1997-2017. Following his tenure as president, he served as chairman of the board and senior advisor from 2017-2021. He has over 45 years of engineering experience and has played a leadership role in numerous signature projects in the Omaha area. McMeekin is a graduate of the American Council of Engineering Companies’ Senior Executives Institute, an advanced management, leadership and public policy training program for current and emerging leaders of engineering and architectural firms.
McMeekin is deeply involved in the Omaha-area community, including recently serving as chairman of the Board of Directors of Omaha by Design and Chairman of the Board of Directors of ACE Mentor Omaha. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Aqua Africa, Immigrant Legal Center and Conservation Nebraska.
McMeekin received his B.S. in civil engineering from the University of Nebraska in 1974 and his M.S. in environmental engineering from Washington State University in 1976.