Maintenance Division Engineer
Taylor Henderson, Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s State Maintenance Division Engineer, has been with the department since 1997. The State Maintenance Division’s duties include general repair of bridges, interstates and highways; mowing; beautification efforts; litter cleanup and snow and ice removal.
Henderson began his career at ODOT in the Oklahoma City Residency. In 2002, Henderson became an inspector for the reconstruction of the I-40 Webbers Falls Bridge which had tragically collapsed as a result of an errant barge. He then returned to the Oklahoma City Residency and in 2004 was named Assistant Resident Engineer.
In 2006, Henderson was promoted as Crosstown Construction Coordinator overseeing the massive I-40 Crosstown reconstruction project in downtown Oklahoma City.
In 2009, he was selected as the Resident Engineer in El Reno. In 2011, he was named Maintenance Engineer for Division Five which encompasses 11 counties in southwestern Oklahoma. He served in this role until his most recent promotion.
A Tuttle native, Henderson earned his Civil Engineering undergraduate and master's degrees at Oklahoma State University and is a registered Professional Engineer. Henderson was also an OSU Design Squad member, Tuttle city councilman and served on the Engineering Development Council.
Henderson is married to his wife, Aimee, and they are raising their two children in Weatherford.
Mailing Address: Oklahoma Dept. of Transportation, Maintenance Division
200 N.E. 21st Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Location: Room 2-A6
Telephone: (405) 521-2557