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.…
Miami Beach residents hope new pumps handle floodwaters The city of Miami Beach, Florida has experienced many changes over the past few years, including constant flooding due to the King Tide of October as well as due to the remnants of passing…
In another successful refurbishment and repair project, MWI Pumps worked with a local water management agency to repair a brand new, but dysfunctional pump. The pump, which was used in flood control for an orange grove, was recently purchased brand new by the…
If there is a state that knows a thing or two about water, it’s Florida. The state contends with hurricanes that dump heavy rainfalls in short amounts of time, two massive coastlines, world-famous beaches, the Everglades, and many canals.
Moving Water Industries announced today that they had been awarded the prestigious Sunshine State Safety Recognition Award by the University of South Florida’s SafetyFlorida program.
According to Ken Wachman, Division Manager for Rental, Service and Repair of MWI Pumps, the pink pumps have been well received by the community. Additional contractors have requested the pump be placed on their jobs in order to show their support for breast cancer awareness.
MWI Recognized in Ditchmen Magazine, November 2011 -- MWI Pumps Supports Breast Cancer Awareness! Read about the Pink Pumps.
Moving Water Industries (www.mwicorp.com) announced today that they had attained ISO 9001:2008 and SSPC QP3(SM) certifications for its Deerfield Beach, Florida manufacturing plant. The facility has previously held ISO 9001:2000 certification since 2003.
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.