Monthly Archives: June 2017

In Underground Construction, the Sum of the Parts is Greater than the Whole

For every infrastructure megaproject, there are as many small, typically unsung but vital components as there are large, more newsworthy sections. Yet without these smaller components, the overall project may not be able to proceed.  The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority’s (DC Water’s) Clean Rivers Project is no exception. When three critical utilities above…

The Old Croton Trailway Project Wins ASCE Lower Hudson Valley Branch Award

The Lower Hudson Valley Branch of the American Society of Engineers has selected Moretrench’s Old Croton Trailway Project to be the recipient of the 2017 Ward House Award for Small Project of the Year. This award is presented for a minor and complex civil engineering project in the Lower Hudson Valley and is named after…

Revealing the Secret to Dewatering

"Dewatering is often misunderstood or neglected until the last possible moment in the life of a project.” Moretrench’s Chief Dewatering Engineer Greg Landry, P.E., shares “The Secret to Dewatering”  in the May/June issue of Deep Foundations.  This informative article aims to clear up a pervasive but fundamental misunderstanding about how to determine the amount of…