Morrison-Maierle receives three ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards The Montana Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) recently awarded Morrison-Maierle with three 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards for projects in the transportation, structural systems, and building/technology categories. Design teams from the firm’s offices in Bozeman, Missoula, and Helena accepted the awards for their work on these projects. The firm’s Bert Mooney Airport Terminal project incorporated many cost-saving engineering measures that helped create a new terminal that now meets all security and safety measures while honoring Butte’s rich history with structural and architectural elements throughout the building. Morrison-Maierle worked with Butte-native, Paul Powers, who is theRead More →

Fort Knox Barren Solution Booster Pump Awards: 2016 ACEC Montana Engineering Excellence Award Morrison-Maierle designed the Fort Knox Barren Solution Booster Pump Station to pump outflows from two of Kinross Gold Corporation’s Carbon-in-Column (CIC) plants at the site. The station is also designed to boost the combined flow to an increased elevation at the Walter Creek Heap Leach facility. In June and July of 2014, 15 inches of rain steadily fell at the Fort Knox Mine. As a result, the construction season was cut short and had the most impact on the preparation of the subgrade surface and weld geomembrane liner used to expand the heapRead More →