Monthly Archives: February 2017

See you in Orlando!

GEOTECHNICAL FRONTIERS 2017 MARCH 12TH - 15TH HYATT REGENCY ORLANDO Orlando, Florida has the sunshine and Geotechnical Frontiers 2017 has the latest developments in geotechnical products and services, so mark your calendar for this must-attend event and get the best of both worlds! Combining the annual Geo-Congress and the bi-annual Geosynthetics Conference into a super-event,…

Its not just George Washington’s birthday this week… its also National Engineers Week!

Yes, there is a connection.  Our nation’s first President was also an engineer in his own right.  In fact, he’s considered America’s first engineer, most notably for his surveying work. National Engineers Week was started in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers to call attention to the contributions to society that engineers make, and…

Michele Walther Promoted to Vice President

Moretrench is very pleased to announce that Michele Walther has been promoted to Vice President.  Michele graduated Manhattan College with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and joined Moretrench as Corporate Controller in 2005. “Michele has helped shape the finance organization over this past decade to become more streamlined and efficient,” notes President and CEO Art…

February 11th is National Inventor’s Day USA

Wellpoints, Inventor, Thomas Moore
Here in the USA, National Inventor’s Day is celebrated annually on the birthday of Thomas Edison, “The Wizard of Menlo Park” and inventor of the first commercially viable light bulb.  And here at Moretrench we have our very own inventor to honor –our founder Thomas Francis Moore.  While Moore’s invention did not impact the world,…

Moretrench’s Rapid Response Capability Earns Delaware River Bridge Repair Contract

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The Delaware River Bridge, which carries 42,000 vehicles daily between the New Jersey and Pennsylvania turnpikes, has been closed since January 20th when a significant crack in a truss member beneath the deck was discovered during final painting inspection. The bridge was immediately shut down, and Moretrench was one of several geotechnical contactors contacted the…