At Moore Engineering, we find solutions to the everyday problems that affect our lives.
Over the last half century, Moore has completed more than 15,000 civil and environmental engineering projects in Minnesota and North Dakota, advancing the region's water, municipal, and transportation infrastructure and greatly improving the quality of life in dozens of Midwest cities and communities.
Moore offers professional engineering, management, and consulting services in: airport engineering, geographic information systems (GIS), land and site development, municipal engineering, surveying, transportation engineering, water resource engineering, and water and wastewater engineering.
Whether it's building a bridge, dam, road, airport, water or wastewater system, Moore Engineering works side by side with clients to find complete solutions to the challenges they face, from funding to permitting to implementation and maintenance. We know how to work with multiple entities at local state and federal levels to make a project happen, and we understand that the work we do for you today is an investment in your future.
Planning, installing and funding a sophisticated sewer and water infrastructure is an expensive undertaking for a rural community. That was the situation many North Dakota communities faced in the mid-1960s, when a new civil engineering firm, Moore Engineering, completed the first public sewer and water system for a rural North Dakota town under a new Farmers Home Administration (FmHA).
Many more cities followed, leading to long-term relationships that continue today. The company began serving as city engineer for Casselton, N.D., in 1962 and for West Fargo, N.D., in 1963. Now more than 70 North Dakota and Minnesota communities partner with MEI, utilizing the company's ability to work side by side with city leaders to find financing and engineering solutions that ensure the success of every project.
Highly experienced in water resources, Moore Engineering has played a key role in developing, building and managing water resource projects in the Upper Midwest. We work extensively with local and regional water resources districts, as well as local, state and federal governments.
While technology and funding programs have changed, MEI's ability to understand and anticipate the needs of the region—then develop innovative solutions working with multiple entities or even across state lines—remains the same as the day the company started.
We'll find economical solutions to your engineering challenges, working closely with you to explore all the different means needed to successfully finance your project. You'll benefit from our vast experience in developing funding resources in both public and private sectors. We know where to look for grants and when programs and funding become available; we'll even help you arrange special assessment schedules. And we'll help you navigate the infinite layers of government paperwork.