"Engineering Clean Water" means providing our clients with innovative and practical solutions to all of their water resource needs. For over fifty seven years, Moore & Bruggink has been committed to keeping our water resources clean and usable. From the handling of storm water, cleaning wastewater, and the treatment and distribution of drinking water, we help to cost effectively and sustainably use and treat our most important resource.
From concept to completion, Moore & Bruggink has helped our clients build, renovate, and expand their Waste Water Treatment Plants and Sanitary Collection Infrastructure. Our highly experienced design team comes up with economical solutions to collect and treat water to meet pre-treatment or NPDES permit limitations. Our team is highly versed in beneficially using the captured bio-gas and other byproducts of the treatment process to help offset the cost of treatment. We assist our clients in finding and applying for grants and loans which may help them fund their projects. We also offer services such as flow monitoring and assessment, infiltration and inflow studies, and sewer rate studies.
Moore & Bruggink has been actively involved with the design and construction of water treatment and distribution infrastructure all over West Michigan. We have experience in the design and construction of water tanks and towers, distribution piping, booster stations, and drinking water treatment plants. We also offer services to our clients that include water reliability and rate studies, as well as system modeling and troubleshooting.
Moore & Bruggink provides a broad range of services relating to storm water to assure that our water resources remain clean and usable for future generations. From collection and storage of runoff to control of flooding, we are knowledgeable in all aspects of the hydrologic process. We offer assistance in modeling, permitting, Storm Water Master Planning, and designing of infrastructure and systems to meet a wide variety of applications. We also offer assistance in becoming a LEED certified site or design of green infrastructure including rain gardens, bio-swales, and permeable pavement.