Category: Municipal

We’re Hiring a Professional Engineer | Municipal team

Moore Engineering proudly serves over 100 communities across the midwest to design, build, and maintain a strong foundation for the future. We’re now looking for a Professional Engineer to join our Municipal team that embodies our long-standing mission of “improving lives by building strong communities.” To better understand the impact our engineers have on the communities … Read More

Join our Team | Municipal Professional Engineer | Erik Gilbertson

Are you ready to be Moore? We are hiring a Professional Engineer to join our municipal team in Minnesota. Being a municipal engineer is rewarding and important work. Our municipal team helps our clients plan and execute their projects and we take pride in building strong communities through this work. We sat down with Erik … Read More

Join our Team | Municipal Professional Engineer | Brandon Oye

Moore Engineering is growing!  We need talented individuals to join us in our Minnesota locations. Moore Engineering is now hiring a Professional Engineer to join our Municipal Team in Minnesota!  We are looking for a seasoned civil engineer with a minimum of 4 years of experience. As a part of the municipal team, our engineers … Read More

Aerial Photo of West Fargo Drain 45 Path

West Fargo | Drain 45 | Multi-use Path

Moore Engineering is proud to work with cities to help build strong communities. This project goes through the heart of West Fargo, and is a great example of a small change with big impact. Prior to this path, the 1 mile stretch of land was an open channel which was filled with stagnant water. To eliminate mosquito breeding … Read More

Stormwater, Ecosystems & You, Part 3: MS4 Compliance

This is the third installment in a series of articles highlighting stormwater runoff, its effect on ecosystems and how engineering and regulations mitigate its impacts. This installment explores the role of MS4s in cities’ stormwater management strategies and how MS4 regulations affect infrastructure projects and city planning. A municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) is … Read More

Stormwater, Ecosystems & You, Part 2: Urban Development

This is the second installment in a series of articles highlighting stormwater runoff, its effect on ecosystems and how engineering and regulations mitigate its impacts. This installment examines the various effects of urban development on stormwater flow. As communities develop outward from their urban centers, some of the impacts are obvious – natural surfaces become … Read More

Stormwater, Ecosystems & You, Part 1: Overview

The following is the first in a series of articles highlighting stormwater runoff, its effect on ecosystems and how engineering and regulations mitigate its impacts. The science behind how stormwater runoff originates is just how it sounds: when it rains (or snow melts), the water begins to flow across the land surface or builds up … Read More

E-Week Spotlight: Justin Hall, PE

Justin Hall is a Professional Civil Engineer with the Municipal team based out of the West Fargo office. He has 8 years of Engineering experience, including private and municipal projects throughout the state of North Dakota involving sewer, water, and street improvements. Justin graduated from North Dakota State University in 2012 with a Bachelor of … Read More

Langdon Utility Improvement Project named APWA 2019 Project of the Year

Phase I of Langdon’s Utility Improvement Project was recently named 2019 Project of the Year by the North Dakota chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA). Criteria used in the selection process included the demonstration of good construction management techniques, safety, community relations, environmental protection, unusual accomplishments, and commitment to sustainability. The Langdon Project … 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