Civil Engineering Projects in the Water Sector

Moore Engineering works on projects of various scopes and sizes around the globe. Below you can find a few examples of projects which Mr. Moore has managed or directed while working for Metcalf & Eddy or Tetra Tech. Click the project titles on the left to load the synopsis.

Wastewater Treatment and Deep Sea Ocean Disposal – Raritan, NJ

Upgrade of Wastewater Treatment Facility and Deep Ocean Disposal, Raritan Bay Wastewater Authority, Raritan, NJ, Project Manager 1983-85

The work included assessment of treatment capacity, studies of treatment option, economic analysis and evaluation of a 250 MLD treatment plant discharge to marine waters.

Boston Metropolitan Region Water and Wastewater Facilities

Boston Regional Water and Wastewater Facilities, MWRA and BWSC, Boston, MA, Project Manager 1990-2001

Manage and provide engineering services for master planning and design of the water and wastewater facilities in the metropolitan area. Work was done for the Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC) and the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA)

  • Dynamic modeling of the combined sewer system and design of pollution abatement facilities for wet weather conditions
  • Dynamic system optimization studies to determine the most efficient ways to operate the existing system of interceptors and other wastewater system components
  • Design and construction management of combined sewer separation work and pumping stations.
  • Storage reservoirs ranging in capacity from 25 to 50 ML.

Sewer and Drainage Project – Odisha, India

Engineering and Project Management Services for Orissa Sewer and Drainage Project, Odisha Water Supply and Sewerage Board, Orissa, India, Team Leader 2010-2012

Mr. Moore was the Team Leader for the wastewater and drainage design services for the Odisha Integrated Sanitation Improvement Project.  The objective is to provide reliable sewerage service and improve sanitation and water quality in the cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack.

The $420M project, funded by a loan from the Japanese government, will eventually server over 2 million people.  It includes design and construction of sewers, pumping stations and treatment plants.  The combined work in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack will include three standard activated sludge treatment plants with capacities at full build out of 84, 48 and 24 MLD.  Also included will be over 600 Km of gravity sewer some constructed by trenchless technology methods, and approximately 40 pumping stations.

In addition, the drainage system in Cuttack will be up-graded to address severe flooding during the monsoon season.  This will include up-grading open drains, constructing new drains and five new pumping stations ranging from two to five CMS.

The Consortium will also help to improve the capacity of the local agencies responsibility for managing the water infrastructure.

Foxborough Economic Development Complex

Foxborough Economic Development Complex, New England Patriots, Foxborough, MA, Project Manager 1997-2001

Responsible for potable water, wastewater, and stormwater issues for the new 68,000-seat stadium, and parking and infrastructure improvements to the 300-acre stadium site.  The project included a five MLD advanced wastewater treatment plant, on-site wastewater storage to address the high peak wastewater flows resulting from stadium events and subsurface disposal of the treated wastewater.  A comprehensive stormwater management plan was developed to address concerns related to the 14,000 parking spaces within state and federal wetlands, and floodplains, and proximity to the headwaters of the Neponset River.

NEPA Documents and Environmental Assessments

NEPA Documents and Environmental Assessments, U.S. Postal Service, Massachusetts, Vermont, and New York, Project Manager 1990-2000

The key issues for these projects were groundwater and surface water protection, wetlands, and traffic impacts.  The Postal Service proposed construction of large-scale regional facilities on sites located adjacent to public water supply reservoirs. As a result, state-of-the-art stormwater management and Best Management Practices (BMP) plans were designed to support the Environmental Assessment/Environmental Impact Statements and NPDES applications.

Water and Waste Water Projects for US Army Corps of Engineers, Afghanistan

Water and Waste Water Projects for Pol-e-Charkhi, Darualaman, Gardez and Mazer-e-Aharif Afghanistan, US Army Corps of Engineers, Advisor, 2003-2007

Projects included assessment, planning, design, and construction for various water and wastewater infrastructure at Afghan National Army (ANA) regional brigade installations.

The water projects included resource identification, water source safety assessments, quality assessment, design of water distribution components, procurement, tendering, construction supervision and  commissioning.

The wastewater projects included design of collection, transportation of wastewater system, pump stations, wastewater treatment plants, procurement, tendering, construction management, quality control, operation and maintenance, and training assistance.


Additional Projects

Mr. Moore has worked on various wastewater and stormwater projects for public clients in:
  • Cleveland Ohio
  • Middletown Ohio
  • Louisville KY
  • Birmingham AL
  • Savannah GA
  • Tampa FL
  • Harrison NY
  • Cape May NJ
  • Hartford CT
  • Burlington VT
  • Cape Fear NC
  • Orange County CA
  • Granby Quebec
  • Amritsar, India
  • Doha Qatar
  • Karachi Pakistan
  • Baghdad, Iraq
  • Kabul Afghanistan