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Cooperation on water projects leads to progress

Technical details and requirements are vital to a project’s success. But often it’s the human element that makes all the difference. Take the Upper Maple River Dam (UMRD) in Steele County, for example. It’s a unique and significant accomplishment in the water resources engineering world – and not just because of the details we described … Read More

Moore celebrates second consecutive win of Fargo’s Xcel Energy Holiday Lights Parade

At Moore Engineering, participating in the Xcel Energy Holiday Lights Parade is a tradition we look forward to with great excitement! A family-oriented company, we care about our community and like to be part of local events like this. In fact, we’ve participated in this exact event, building a float and walking in the parade, … Read More

A Time to Share and Care

As many of our clients know, Moore Engineering gifts a turkey to its clients this time of year. I’m happy to have the privilege of running out and delivering the birds to the clients I work with, mainly because it’s a nice reason to stop and visit with clients in cities I don’t normally see … Read More

Moore Engineering donates $9,000 to Great Plains Food Bank

WEST FARGO, N.D. – Moore Engineering, Inc. and its employee owners donated $9,000 to the Great Plains Food Bank as part of its month-long celebration of employee ownership. The donation will supply 36,000 meals to those in need as the holiday season approaches. October is “ESOP Month” for employee-owned organizations and Moore, being 100 percent … Read More

Hector, Minn – Wastewater Treatment Plant – (11/16/16 Update)

The Hector wastewater treatment facility upgrade has obtained substantial completion.  The upgrade project included the construction of new mechanical screening and grit removal treatment, new ultraviolet disinfection equipment, new RAS and WAS pumps, new influent pumps, rotary drum sludge thickening, and new sludge storage tank. The operation of the plant is now fully automated using … Read More

Engels and Meyer graduate from ACEC/ND Emerging Leadership Institute

Chad Engels and Kyle Meyer graduated from the American Council of Engineering Companies of North Dakota (ACEC/ND) Emerging Leadership Institute. The Institute is a three-year, high impact program that fosters emerging engineering leaders by imparting skills and competencies identified by top ACEC/ND CEOs as critical for leadership success. Engels is a senior project manager in … Read More

What’s BIM to a Civil Engineer?

Occasionally, Moore is asked to specify a BIM Project Manager in Requests for Proposal. BIM (Building Information Modeling) is not as commonly associated with civil engineering as it is with architecture and the building professions, but it is an integral process for our industry, as well. We use it to create coordinated, reliable information about … Read More