January 27th, 2016 marked the capstone on a career dedicated to one company and to the geotechnical construction industry as a whole as Moretrench President & CEO Arthur B. Corwin, P.E., was honored by his Moles Organization colleagues with the presentation of the 2016 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Construction. An all-time record attendance of more than 2,000 members and invited guests was on hand at the Awards dinner held at the New York Hilton. The award, the organizations highest honor, was commemorated with a bronze plaque and a framed, illuminated parchment that also underscored Mr. Corwin’s dedication to actively working with local charitable organizations.
In recognition of a lifetime of distinguished service as an
engineer, executive, and leader in construction
dewatering and complex geotechnical solutions and his many
Salvatore Mancini, Managing Partner at Star America Infrastructure and himself a previous recipient of the Member Award, presented the award to Mr. Corwin and paid tribute to his career with Moretrench and the company’s growth under his watch. The distinguished guest speaker for the evening was General John. M. Paxton Jr., Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps and a civil engineering graduate of Cornell prior to joining the Marine Corps in 1974.
Please join with the entire Moretrench family in congratulating Art on this well-deserved honor.
About the Award...
The Moles, a fraternal organization of the heavy construction industry, is the most prestigious organization of its kind in the world. Moles members are leaders in their profession who are dedicated to promoting the industry and supporting their colleagues through outreach programs and networking opportunities.
The Moles’ Awards were instituted in 1941 as “a means by which the organization signalizes the honor it pays to outstanding ability and accomplishment in the heavy construction field. Two Awards are voted each year – one to a non-member and one to a member. Through the years the presentations of the Bronze Plaque and the hand-illuminated parchment have, we feel, well served a two-fold purpose: to encourage noteworthy achievements, and to reward them with fitting symbols of what the honorees already have won – that most cherished of all prizes, the admiration and esteem of fellow-workers.”