Iconic Consulting Group, Inc.

Iconic Consulting Group, Inc. Iconic Consulting Group Inc. (ICGI), is a Texas based professional services firm. Founded in 2008, ICGI provides professional civil engineering services, including site design, urban and rural roadway design, and drainage design for government and private entities.

ICGI is a certified Small Minority Business Enterprise.

Beatrice Alice Hicks was an American engineer and the first woman engineer to be hired by Western Electric.Beatrice A. H...
03/31/2021

Beatrice Alice Hicks was an American engineer and the first woman engineer to be hired by Western Electric.

Beatrice A. Hicks broke new ground for women as an engineer, inventor, and engineering executive, expanding the advancement and recognition of women engineers in an era when less than 1% of the engineers employed in the United States were women. She strove to open the doors of engineering education closed to women before 1970.
Hicks invented the gas density switch. She pioneered the design, development, and manufacture of pressure and gas density controls for aircraft and missiles.

Hicks felt that the lack of women in STEM was detrimental to the progression of the field. By 1950 Hicks co-founded and was voted in the Society of Women Engineers (SWE)as president. This long-standing organization now boasts approximately 35,000 members and provides guidance, professional development, and networking opportunities for women worldwide.

Chien-Shiung Wu was a Chinese American physicist Largely known for her work on the Manhattan Project. During the Manhatt...
03/30/2021

Chien-Shiung Wu was a Chinese American physicist Largely known for her work on the Manhattan Project. During the Manhattan Project, she worked at Columbia University, helping develop a strategy for separating uranium metal into U-235 and U-238 isotopes by gaseous diffusion.

Chien-Shiung's name means "courageous hero," which, of course, is incredibly fitting. Wu was a pioneer and pivotal figure in the history of physics.

#nationalwomensmonth

COMTO North Texas
03/23/2021

COMTO North Texas

COMTO North Texas Chapter is accepting scholarship applications! Deadline March 31, 2021. We annually award multiple scholarships, ranging from $500 to $2,500 each to minority graduating high school students from the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas region with at least a 2.5 GPA. APPLY TODAY: https://comtonorthtexas.org/north-texas-chapter/scholarships/

The accomplishments and contributions of Dr. Gloria Hewitt require celebration. Dr. Hewitt is an American mathematician....
03/22/2021

The accomplishments and contributions of Dr. Gloria Hewitt require celebration.

Dr. Hewitt is an American mathematician. She was the fourth African-American woman to receive a Ph.D. in Mathematics.

Dr. Gloria Hewitt was known for many mathematics reasons but most of all for being one of the first three black women to get a mathematics award. Hewitt's works focus on two mathematic areas: abstract algebra and group theory.

Hewitt has spent her career working to inspire her students and other young people to become mathematicians.

She has contributed to the national Advanced Placement (AP) calculus curriculum and examinations served on the executive council of Pi Mu Epsilon (a mathematical honors society).

Dr. Nina Tandon is an American biomedical engineer. She is the CEO and co-founder of EpiBone.Dr. Tandon is revolutionizi...
03/19/2021

Dr. Nina Tandon is an American biomedical engineer. She is the CEO and co-founder of EpiBone.

Dr. Tandon is revolutionizing medicine. Her company is the first in the world to use a patient’s stem cells to grow human bone that can then be used to repair bone defects like bone loss.

She is an inspiration to many young women in the world and continues to transform medicine. In addition to her tangible work regrowing bones, Dr. Tandon has authored 10 journal articles, six book chapters, and is the co-author of Supercells: Building with Biology.

In honor of National Women's Month, we're celebrating some of the most iconic innovators and pioneers in the STEM field....
03/18/2021

In honor of National Women's Month, we're celebrating some of the most iconic innovators and pioneers in the STEM field.

Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson is an American physicist who was the first to cross a number of significant barriers. There are many people to thank for high-speed internet, Dr. Shirley Jackson is one of them. Because of Dr. Jackson's research, fiber-optic wires with a diameter of 0.2mm can give us high-speed internet.

Dr. Jackson conducted breakthrough basic scientific research that enabled others to invent the portable fax, the touch-tone telephone, solar cells, fiber optic cables, and the technology behind caller ID and call waiting.

Dr. Shirley Jackson has numerous awards and accolades to her name. In particular, she has been awarded twice as an Outstanding Young Women of America, and she is also the recipient of the Vannevar Bush Award as well as many others.

Surapa Thiemjarus is a researcher and engineer that has made a huge impact with her outstanding contributions and advanc...
03/16/2021

Surapa Thiemjarus is a researcher and engineer that has made a huge impact with her outstanding contributions and advances in science.

Thiemjarus is a researcher from the National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, National Science and Technology Development Agency in Thailand.

Surapa Thiemjarus came up with the idea of incorporating the Internet of Things concept into the evolution of elderly care.

Her research, won in the Physical Sciences category, involves the development of a preventative monitoring system that addresses common health problems facing the elderly, especially bedsores and falls.

Thiemjarus received the 2018 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science National Fellowship for her research on the Internet of Things technology for the elderly.
#nationalwomensmonth

Women have shaped the world we live in today in ways that many may not even realize. In today's time, Kalpana Chawla is ...
03/12/2021

Women have shaped the world we live in today in ways that many may not even realize. In today's time, Kalpana Chawla is a true inspiration for women in India and across the world.

Kalpana Chawla was an American astronaut, engineer, and the first woman of Indian origin to go to space. She knew that she wanted to be an aerospace engineer at an early age, influenced by watching the planes from the local flying clubs.

Chawla is a role model for not just women around the world, but anyone that has dreams of being an astronaut.

As we celebrate Women’s History Month this March, Mary G. Ross's story is one that certainly deserves to be told.Mary G....
03/04/2021

As we celebrate Women’s History Month this March, Mary G. Ross's story is one that certainly deserves to be told.

Mary G. Ross was an engineer who broke barriers on gender and race. Ross was the first known Native American female engineer and the first female engineer in the history of Lockheed. She was another 'hidden figure,' a mathematician and engineer whose role in America's space-age is largely unknown.

As a mathematician and engineer, she wrote a number of professional and theoretical works and was one of the authors of the NASA Planetary Flight Handbook Vol. III, about space travel to Mars and Venus.
#nationalwomensmonth #womeninstem

A very important woman everyone should know is Emily Roebling. Mrs. Roebling never expected to oversee the completion of...
03/03/2021

A very important woman everyone should know is Emily Roebling.
Mrs. Roebling never expected to oversee the completion of one of the greatest engineering triumphs in history, but she fearlessly rose to the challenge.

Emily Roebling was an engineer known for her contribution to the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge after her husband Washington Roebling developed caisson disease.

Under Emily’s fearless leadership, the Brooklyn Bridge was completed in 1883. More than 130 years later, it is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States and still stands as strong and as grand as ever.

#nationalwomenmonth

A very important woman everyone should know is Emily Roebling. Mrs. Roebling never expected to oversee the completion of...
03/03/2021

A very important woman everyone should know is Emily Roebling.
Mrs. Roebling never expected to oversee the completion of one of the greatest engineering triumphs in history, but she fearlessly rose to the challenge.

Emily Roebling was an engineer known for her contribution to the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge after her husband Washington Roebling developed caisson disease.

Under Emily’s fearless leadership, the Brooklyn Bridge was completed in 1883. More than 130 years later, it is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States and still stands as strong and as grand as ever.

#nationalwomenmonth

To celebrate National Women's Month, it is important to recognize the pioneers that paved the way for women today.Kather...
03/02/2021

To celebrate National Women's Month, it is important to recognize the pioneers that paved the way for women today.

Katherine Johnson was an African-American mathematician who calculated and analyzed the flight paths of many spacecrafts. Katherine was one of the first African-American women to work as a NASA scientist and has paved the way for many women in STEM.

To celebrate Nation Women's Month, it is important to recognize the pioneers that paved the way for women today. Katheri...
03/02/2021

To celebrate Nation Women's Month, it is important to recognize the pioneers that paved the way for women today.

Katherine Johnson was an African American mathematician who calculated and analyzed the flight paths of many spacecraft. Katherine was one of the first African-American women to work as a NASA scientist and has paved the way for females in STEM.

Mary Jackson, NASA's first Black female engineer, who along with pioneering mathematicians Katherine Johnson and Dorothy...
02/26/2021

Mary Jackson, NASA's first Black female engineer, who along with pioneering mathematicians Katherine Johnson and Dorothy Vaughan helped NASA send the first American to space. Mary Jackson not only helped get astronauts to space, but she also hired and promoted the next generation of NASA’s female mathematicians, engineers, and scientists.

#blackhistorymonth #nationalengineerweek

Elijah J. McCoy was an African American inventor and engineer who was notable for his 57 US patents, having to do with t...
02/25/2021

Elijah J. McCoy was an African American inventor and engineer who was notable for his 57 US patents, having to do with the lubrication of steam engines. His most famous invention is a lubricator, which is used to inject a stream of oil into an air line to help the internal working parts of pneumatic tools work smoothly.
#blackhistorymonth #nationalengineerweek

In the colder months, David Crosthwait is the one that we can thank. Crosthwait was an African-American mechanical and e...
02/24/2021

In the colder months, David Crosthwait is the one that we can thank. Crosthwait was an African-American mechanical and electrical engineer that was an expert in heat transfer and air conditioning. He holds many patents and has made a huge impact in our daily lives today.

Lonnie Johnson, a former Air Force and NASA engineer, invented the popular Super Soaker. The engineer developed this meg...
02/23/2021

Lonnie Johnson, a former Air Force and NASA engineer, invented the popular Super Soaker. The engineer developed this mega water gun in his free time while working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, once the Super Soaker, hit shelves in 1990 it's popularity skyrocketed.

Granville T. Woods was the first African American mechanical and electrical engineer after the Civil War. Woods was self...
02/22/2021

Granville T. Woods was the first African American mechanical and electrical engineer after the Civil War. Woods was self-taught and invented more than a dozen devices to improve electric railway cars and much more for controlling the flow of electricity.

Jerry Lawson, an engineer and game designer, helped develop Fairchild Channel F, which was the first cartridge-based vid...
02/19/2021

Jerry Lawson, an engineer and game designer, helped develop Fairchild Channel F, which was the first cartridge-based video game console released for commercial sale. Lawson helped revolutionize the entire gaming industry.
#blackhistory #blackhistorymonth

George Robert Carruthers, an African American inventor, physicist, engineer and space scientist created the Lens.The Len...
02/18/2021

George Robert Carruthers, an African American inventor, physicist, engineer and space scientist created the Lens.
The Lens was a compact and very powerful ultraviolet camera/spectrograph for NASA to use when it launched Apollo 16 in 1972.
#blackhistorymonth

Pioneer Mae Jemison, an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut, was the first African American female a...
02/17/2021

Pioneer Mae Jemison, an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut, was the first African American female astronaut. In 1992, she flew into space as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
#blackhistory #blackhistorymonth

Otis Frank Boykin an American inventor and engineer, made everyday electronic devices, such as the television and comput...
02/12/2021

Otis Frank Boykin an American inventor and engineer, made everyday electronic devices, such as the television and computers, more efficient and affordable.

His inventions include electrical resistors used in computing, missile guidance, and pacemakers.

Have you ever wondered how Black History Month came about?In February 1926, Carter G. Woodson launched Negro History Wee...
02/10/2021

Have you ever wondered how Black History Month came about?

In February 1926, Carter G. Woodson launched Negro History Week (Black History Month) as an initiative to bring national attention to the contributions of black people throughout American history. #blackhistorymonth #cartergwoodson

Many things that we use in our daily lives have been invented by black engineers! Mark E.Dean is an inventor and compute...
02/09/2021

Many things that we use in our daily lives have been invented by black engineers!

Mark E.Dean is an inventor and computer engineer.

Computer scientist and engineer Mark Dean helped develop a number of landmark technologies for IBM, including the color PC monitor and the first gigahertz chip.

#blackhistory #blackhistorymonth #blackhistoryfacts

From our ICONIC Family to yours...may your holidays be merry and your happy be always!
12/25/2020

From our ICONIC Family to yours...may your holidays be merry and your happy be always!

As the end of 2020 draws near, ICONIC had the opportunity this week to host our 8th Annual “Adopt-A-Family”.  Since 2013...
12/18/2020

As the end of 2020 draws near, ICONIC had the opportunity this week to host our 8th Annual “Adopt-A-Family”. Since 2013, ICONIC has teamed up with cities, school districts, and facilities to help assist families in need during the holiday season.

This year we were fortunate to be able to adopt families in Forrest City, AR, Little Rock, AR, and a facility in Dallas, TX. We would like to give a special thank you to the men and women of the Forrest City and Little Rock School Districts in Arkansas, Mayor Cedric Williams, Mr. Frederick Freeman, Coach Caronica Williams, Mrs. Jana Hunter, and the Turtle Creek Recovery Center team. Your assistance this year was above and beyond! Thank you for all that you do for our communities and for your willingness to always give back during times of need.

ICONIC celebrated our first ever virtual "Ugly Christmas Sweater" party with our team this week! The race for the "Ugly ...
12/18/2020

ICONIC celebrated our first ever virtual "Ugly Christmas Sweater" party with our team this week! The race for the "Ugly Christmas Sweater" this year was close, but the winners managed to pull it off!

1st Place - Gilbert Tolentino, OSP and Civil Designer
2nd Place - Jonn Thurman, CADD Technician
3rd Place - Pedro Moreno, Design Engineer

Judge Mackie Pierce, a Pulaski County circuit judge, refused to stop work on a construction project on Interstate 30 thr...
12/04/2020
Judge rejects request to halt work on I-30

Judge Mackie Pierce, a Pulaski County circuit judge, refused to stop work on a construction project on Interstate 30 through downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock.

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A Pulaski County circuit judge on Wednesday refused to stop work on a construction project on Interstate 30 through downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock, ruling that plaintiffs behind a lawsuit questioning whether the state can pay for the project do not have evidence to justify halting constr...

#FunnyFriday: Engineers are always busy, even when they're not! 😂
12/04/2020

#FunnyFriday: Engineers are always busy, even when they're not!

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From our ICONIC family to yours! Happy Thanksgiving!!!
11/26/2020

From our ICONIC family to yours! Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Decisions, decisions...Civil. Always. 😂#EngineerHumor
11/17/2020

Decisions, decisions...Civil. Always. 😂
#EngineerHumor

DART D2 Subway Reaches 30% Design Completion
11/16/2020
DART.org - DART News Release

DART D2 Subway Reaches 30% Design Completion

Find more information about the agency in DART news releases.

Can Texans see an increase in toll roads due to the pandemic?
11/11/2020
How the pandemic is renewing a push to build toll roads in Texas

Can Texans see an increase in toll roads due to the pandemic?

The pandemic could bring new toll roads back to Texas. That’s the push from a coalition of businesses who worry needed projects could be delayed without help from the private sector. After a year of economic strife and growing state needs in healthcare and education some Central Texas leaders....

Please join our ICONIC family as we celebrate all Veterans who have honorably served our country. We honor the men and w...
11/11/2020

Please join our ICONIC family as we celebrate all Veterans who have honorably served our country. We honor the men and women who have sacrificed and committed to serve. ICONIC would like to also show our gratitude to our team members who are Veterans along with their spouses, parents, and children who have served. We are forever grateful.

Alpha, Anthony D.
Alpha, David M.
Alpha, David W.
Alpha, Robin C.
Briscoe, Lester
Cole, Bryan
Sims, Danielle
Sims, Sr., Kenny
Sneed, Cedric
Sneed, Lonnie
Sneed, Letorry
Thurman, Jonn
Thurman, Michael
Varnell, Joshua

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