Monthly Archives: February 2015

Moretrench’s Mike McHugh is Appointed Executive Vice President

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MAC 98  Mike McHugh2Moretrench is pleased to announce that Michael M. McHugh has been appointed to the position of Executive Vice President.  Mr. McHugh joined Moretrench in  1980 immediately after graduating from Manhattan College, NY with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.  He was appointed a Vice President in 1992 and in 2000 established Moretrench’s New York office to cater to the company’s growing client base in the greater  Metropolitan area.

Over the course of his career with Moretrench, Mr. McHugh has been responsible for the successful resolution of numerous projects. In addition to fulfilling a senior executive function, he will continue to serve as Chair of the company’s Health and Safety Committee, pursue ongoing business development efforts, and have overall responsibility for Union Labor Agreements.

“Mike’s dedication, talent and drive have long been instrumental to the company’s growth and continued success,” notes Moretrench President and CEO Art Corwin. “Please join with me and the entire Moretrench family in congratulating him on his appointment.”

Wayne Fjotland Appointed Northeast Geotec Regional Manager

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Moretrench is11T-5 pleased to announce that Wayne Fjotland has been appointed Northeast Regional Geotec Manager, with overall responsibility for all operational aspects of geotechnical work undertaken in the
NY/NJ/CT Tri-State area.

Wayne has 35 years of focused geotechnical experience. He joined Moretrench in 2001 as Manager of Field Operations and together with Vice President of Geotec Operations Tom Tuozzolo, P.E.,  and Vice President and Chief Geotec Engineer Ken Chadwick, P.E., he formed the nucleus of Moretrench’s geotechnical  branch.  Under their expertise and guidance, the branch now delivers almost 50% of the company northeastern business.

“Wayne not only brings many years of solid experience to his new position, but also a talent for innovation,” notes Moretrench President and CEO Art Corwin.  “This has proved to be a considerable practical asset in improving operational efficiency in the past and will be a cornerstone of his management  role as we go forward.”

Please join with the Moretrench family in wishing Wayne every success in the future.