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Drainage and Watershed Timing in the Red River Basin

The following article was originally published in North Dakota Water magazine’s March 2019 issue. The relationship between surface drainage and flooding is often misunderstood. Logic would dictate that drains move water and therefore cause floods. As with most any water-related topic, reality is far more complex. The purpose of this article is to explain the … Read More

2019 Spring Flooding: Resources and Links

Wondering where to get the latest flood information in your area? You’re in luck! We have curated the following list of resources and links to keep the people we serve informed of this year’s flood fight. Note: This list will be updated as needed on an ongoing basis during the 2019 spring flooding season or as … Read More

Moore Engineering and its employees donate to Churches United

FARGO, N.D. – Moore Engineering and its employees donated $11,880 to Churches United for the Homeless in advance of Giving Hearts Day.  The money was contributed by employees at Moore Engineering’s annual gathering earlier this year, and then matched by the company. Pastor Sue Koesterman, Executive Director at Churches United for the Homeless said, “The … Read More

Lysne named ACEC 2018 Young Professional of the Year

Kurt Lysne received another big honor this month when he was named a 2018 Young Professional of the Year by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). He is one of five recipients nationwide. According to ACEC, “The Young Professional of the Year Award strives to promote the accomplishments of young engineers by highlighting their engineering contributions … Read More

Kevin Bucholz named Moore Engineering president

Jeffry Volk, president and CEO of Moore Engineering, Inc., announced today that Kevin Bucholz will take over as president of the company effective July 1, 2018. Volk will remain CEO, focusing on corporate governance, strategic alliances, managing the ESOP and growth opportunities. “Kevin has been a key member of the Moore team for over 30 … Read More

High Hopes and Tall Orders: Water towers are more than city landmarks

The duty of a water tower stretches far beyond serving as a city landmark. At the very simplest, elevated water tanks safely store treated water until it’s needed. But have you ever thought about the shape of your city’s water tower? Do you know its capacity, or what happens in an emergency like a fire, … Read More

5 Reasons Every Town Needs a Capital Improvement Plan

Imagine a city spending money to refurbish its deteriorated streets. They look beautiful and move people smoothly and efficiently around town. Now, imagine the city digging up those streets only two years later to replace water pipes buried below. There’s a buzz around town, with residents asking city officials why their newly repaired streets (that … Read More

Moore and employees donate

Moore Engineering and its employee owners donated a total of $13,800 to the American Red Cross today. The money was raised at the company’s annual banquet, where employees participate in a variety of fundraising activities and the company then matches what the employees contribute. “This effort is another extraordinary example of our employees’ generosity,” said … Read More

Two Moore Engineering projects recognized with Gold Star Award by ND Ready Mix

The North Dakota Ready Mix & Concrete Products Association held an awards banquet to recognize North Dakota projects that demonstrate excellence in concrete. Moore is the recipient of two Gold Awards for the NDSU Parking Lot Improvements and for the Main Avenue Reconstruction in West Fargo. To see more about which projects were recognized, see … Read More

Finley Water Tower named APWA Project of the Year

The new water tower in Finley, N.D., was named 2017 Project of the Year by the North Dakota chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA). Criteria used in the selection process included demonstrating good construction techniques, safety, community relations, protecting the environment, unusual accomplishments and additional conditions deemed important to the public works agency. … Read More