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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

Otter Tail County, Minn. – Lake Outlet Project (5/23/18 Update)

Contractors have installed the intake structure and a 10-foot by 10-foot pressure sustaining structure along 450th Street, along with about 80 percent of the forcemain for the project. Concrete footings for the pump station are complete. The pump station is roughly 35 percent done, with an expected completion date in mid-July. Please remember to respect … 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

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

Otter Tail County, Minn – Lake Outlet Project (1/4/18 Update)

The precast concrete wet well at the pump house site was installed, then backfilled and sealed for winter. In addition, portions of the forcemain, intake pipe and backwash line were installed. Three of the wells for dewatering at the pump house site have been removed. Dewatering on the pump station site is finished for the winter. … Read More

Levee recertification: How Moore helped Mapleton save time and money

Levee reconstruction can be jarring to communities. It certainly brings inconvenience, but it can also cause financial hardship. So, when FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) released new water models for this region, many communities experienced the shock of discovering their current flood protection was not adequate to be recertified. Hundreds or thousands of homes … Read More

Infrastructure Week: Making life more comfortable and predictable

It’s Infrastructure Week – a week dedicated to spotlighting our nation’s roads, pipes, bridges, dams, water towers, street lights, power plants, electrical grids, sewer treatment and more. It’s the stuff that makes our 21st century American lives as comfortable and predictable – indeed, as “civil” – as they are. Because things “work” – the lights … Read More

Embracing Engineers Week

Engineers Week (February 19-25) is quickly approaching. This week is a time to recognize and celebrate the difference engineers make in our world and introduce kids to engineering-based career opportunities. At Moore, we work to spread the news and create some hype during Engineers Week to recognize our employees, as well as encourage and impact … Read More