Category Archives: Moore Engineering

Staying ahead of the technology curve

Simplify, simplify. Simplification is the best way to reduce costs, become most efficient, and – in the case of mobile GIS software paired with drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – possibly even more accurate. Brady Woodard, one of Moore’s … Continue reading

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Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities

The general public probably doesn’t think about it. Kids take it for granted. Developing countries may never experience it. So what is “it”? Clean water. Scientific regulations. Water quality standards. It’s all second nature to us. And it’s accepted because … Continue reading

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Changing perspectives about storm water ponds

Managing storm water runoff is a significant issue in any residential, commercial or industrial development. It’s a concern for the community, developer and local and federal governments – and with good reason. Storm water runoff, if not addressed with development, … Continue reading

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Moore employees spur $12,000 donation to Minot domestic violence center

Moore’s annual employee holiday party includes a silent auction that benefits a selected charity. This year’s recipient was Minot’s Domestic Violence Crisis Center. Employees contribute to the cause at the party and the company matches the amount. Yesterday, employees from our Minot office … Continue reading

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Are you making the most of GIS in your community?

Geographic information systems (GIS) technology offers communities substantial benefits. Much more than a map, GIS is a highly effective, interactive tool that provides layers of up-to-date information quickly and efficiently so city planners and leaders can better manage their infrastructure … Continue reading

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Moore again selected for PSMJ’s Circle of Excellence

For the second consecutive year, Moore Engineering was selected by PSMJ Resources, Inc., for its Circle of Excellence. Nationwide, only 63 firms made the exclusive list in 2014. PSMJ’s Circle of Excellence highlights firms that are well-managed, based on key … Continue reading

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Moore ALS donation tops $3,800

When Moore Engineering accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from the West Fargo Park District, the company pledged to match all employee donations to the ALS Association, with a $1,000 minimum company donation. As usual, Moore Engineering employees answered the call … Continue reading

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Fergus Falls and Wadena offices complete Ice Bucket Challenge

Moore Engineering’s Fergus Falls and Wadena offices were challenged by the West Fargo office to complete the ALS #IceBucketChallenge. They did a great job, including a surprise plot twist. These offices, in turn, challenged All Building Corporation and the Fergus Falls Chamber … Continue reading

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Minot office accepts Ice Bucket Challenge

Moore Engineering’s Minot office was challenged by the West Fargo office to complete the ALS #IceBucketChallenge. They did a great job, employing heavy equipment to get thoroughly soaked. The Minot office, in turn, challenged their building mates, Quality Concrete, who participated with … Continue reading

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge accepted

Moore Engineering was challenged by the West Fargo Parks District to participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. We accepted, of course, and on a chilly, breezy August day, drenched ourselves and employees from the City of West Fargo in … Continue reading

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