Monthly Archives: January 2015

Moretrench’s Greg Landry Leads the Way Forward for the ASCE New Jersey Section

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Greg LandryMoretrench Chief Dewatering Engineer Greg Landry, P.E., believes strongly in giving back to the local engineering community.  He has been a member of the Geotechnical Committee of the North Jersey Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers since 2009, and served as its President for 2012-2013 In October, 2014, he was elected  to a 1-year term as President of the New Jersey Section of the ASCE.

The New Jersey Section provides oversight for three local branches: North, Central and South New Jersey. It supports student achievement through scholarships and provides members with a voice at the State Government level.  Greg’s vision for his term of office is “to strengthen our partnerships with other like-minded organizations, those that want to serve our State by advocating for better and smarter infrastructure and infrastructure funding.”  The New Jersey Section is already engaging with the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers via a formal partnership that was entered into last year. Greg plans to build on that success with other organizations and to make ASCE “the hub of civil engineering life in New Jersey.”

Moretrench congratulates Greg on his appointment and supports his continued dedication to the civil engineering community.  For more information about the ASCE New Jersey section, membership, and events, please visit ascenjs.org

Moretrench President to receive Alumnus of the Year Award

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Art_CorwinMoretrench is pleased to announce that President and CEO Arthur B. Corwin, P.E.,  is to be honored by his alma mater, Farmingdale State College, SUNY (State University of New York) as Alumnus of the Year for 2015. The presentation will be made at the annual Alumni Award Dinner to be held on March 5, 2015 at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, NY.

Farmingdale State College has provided excellence in higher education for over 100 years  and is ranked in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges survey as one of the best regional colleges in the north. Mr. Corwin earned his Associates Degree from Farmingdale in 1976 and went on to graduate from Polytechnic University of New York with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.  He joined Moretrench in 1978 as a Staff Engineer and has since dedicated himself to the continued growth of the company.

His 36-year career with Moretrench is one of long and distinguished service. He was elected to the Board of Directors in 1988 and has served in various engineering and executive capacities including Chief Engineer and Executive Vice President. Mr. Corwin was appointed President and Chief Operating Officer in 2003 and Chief Executive Officer in 2007, in which capacity he continues to provide the dynamic leadership that has placed Moretrench in the forefront of the industry.

Please join with the Moretrench family in congratulating Mr. Corwin on this honor.