Party affiliation: Republican
Chainman on surveys, 1914. Resident engineer for concrete pavement, 1915. Assistant engineer Office of State Engineer, Manhattan, Kansas, 1916.
Assistant bridge engineer State Highway Department Topeka, 1917. Engineer Ordnance Department, Washington, District of Columbia, 1918-1919. With Kansas State College since 1919, as engineer of tests, 1919-1920, associate professor and professor applied mechanics, 1920-1961, professor emeritus, since 1961, head of department, 1923-1956.
Consultant on numerous engineering projects. Consultant Portland Cement Association, 1939-1940, Cons. Kansas Turnpike Authority, 1954-1955.
Chairman of Highway Research Board, 1958.
Member American Society Civil Engineers, American Concrete Institute (president 1954), American Society for Engineer Education, National Society of Professor Engineers, Kansas Engineering Society, American Society Testing Materials, Highway Research Board, (member of Executive Committee, distinguished service award, 1948), Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi. Club: Cosmos (Washington).