Arthur B. Corwin, P.E.
President & CEO
Arthur B. Corwin joined Moretrench as a Staff Engineer in 1978, immediately after completing his degree requirements at Polytechnic University of New York for his B.S. in Civil Engineering. He has been with the company ever since, progressively serving in various engineering and executive capacities including Chief Engineer, Executive Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer. He was elected to the Board of Directors in 1988.
Mr. Corwin is a licensed Professional Engineer in 5 states. He is active in the construction and engineering communities and is past-President and current Trustee of The Moles, serves on the Board of Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey, and is the Treasurer of the General Contractors Association of New York.
During his long and distinguished service, Mr. Corwin has been instrumental in the design and implementation of a number of milestone projects. Among these are: Lock and Dam 26, still the largest dewatering project undertaken in the United States; ground freezing to enable a massive tunnel jacking operation for Bostons renowned Big Dig project; and emergency response dewatering to facilitate stabilization of the damaged World Trade Center foundations. He is co-author of Construction Dewatering and Groundwater Control, 3rd Edition (2007), acknowledged as a definitive text.
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.