A Personality for Every PondImprovement for Underground Construction: The Good, the Bad and the UglyStorm SurgeDewatering Fly Ash for Remediation: Two ApproachesDepression at Nesbitt DamThere’s More to MoretrenchIs Tunnel Vision Doing Dewatering a Disservice?

A Personality for Every Pond

An in-depth treatment of the site-specific evaluation, design and installation procedures for pre-drainage of ash ponds.

Storm Surge

When several feet of Hurricane Sandy storm search inundated Manhattan’s major commuter tunnels and the World Trade Center site, Moretrench was called in to mount a massive and logistically complex emergency pumping effort.

Depression at Nesbitt Dam

An in-depth presentation of the emergency response dewatering and grouting required to remediate and restore stability to an earthen dam structure.

There’s More to Moretrench

A variety of projects undertaken in New Jersey by Moretrench’s Geotechnical Division are presented, together with an overview of the company.

Is Tunnel Vision Doing Dewatering a Disservice?

Dewatering can have an enormous impact on the success or failure of an underground construction project. Learn more about the misunderstandings associated with dewatering, the value of a properly designed and implemented groundwater control system, design approaches, and a success story in Seattle.