Pump Repair and Replacement S-13 Tamarac Pump Replacement [sm_hr] On July 7, 2014 The City of Tamarac awarded Moving Water Industries (MWI) a project that consists of repairing and converting seven large axial flow storm drainage pumps from oil lubrication to water.…
Cost Effective Pump Repair Water District Pump Repair Project MWI Pumps handles many clients across the U.S., and when a water district approached MWI to repair a continually failing pump, the team jumped at the chance to solve the problem. The client…
Moving Water Industries has announced that it won a competitive request for proposal and signed a second major contract with the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD).
Moving Water Industries announced today that they had signed a major contract with the South Florida Water Management District to supply critically needed pumps over a four year period for the District's Everglades Restoration Project.
With a major floodwall break finally plugged, engineers struggled to pump out the flooded city Tuesday as authorities braced for the horrors the receding water is certain to reveal. "It's going to be awful and it's going to wake the nation up again," the mayor warned.
The Army Corps of Engineers awarded contracts for construction of interim gated closure structures at the 17th Street and London Avenue outfall canals Jan. 27.
Engineers took the first steps Thursday to closing the 700-foot levee breach that flooded New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and Louisiana state officials said water removal from the stricken city could begin by Saturday.
MWI currently have 12 very large Hydraflo pumps on site to help dewater New Orleans. These 12 pumps have the capability to pump over 630,000 gallons per minute at a 10 foot head.
Engineers have begun pumping water out of New Orleans, eight days after the Louisiana city was submerged by the deadly Hurricane Katrina.
David Eller's phones started ringing Monday. As the head of one of the country's largest water pump companies, he knew his employees and equipment would be called upon in the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.