"We don’t want to be the biggest—we enjoy what we do and want to be the best at creating infrastructure that makes people’s lives better."

- Eric Nichol, President & CEO

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Replacement

San Francisco, California

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

Ocean Beach Fishing Pier Structural Evaluation

San Diego, California

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

Khalifa Port Container Terminal

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

The Wharf at the Southwest Waterfront

Washington DC

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

Lake Charles Refinery Docks 1 & 2 Rehabilitation

Lake Charles, Louisiana

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

Current News

08/03/17
Moffatt & Nichol recognized as Bay Planning Coalition's Featured Member of July 2017
Moffatt & Nichol is honored by the recognition and looks forward to continued collaboration with the Bay Planning Coalition.
08/03/17 - Bay Planning Coalition
Moffatt & Nichol recognized as Bay Planning Coalition's Featured Member of July 2017
Moffatt & Nichol is honored by the recognition and looks forward to continued collaboration with the Bay Planning Coalition.
07/26/17 - ENR California
Trains Start Rolling on $313 million San Gabriel Railroad Trench
An inaugural train service is held for San Gabriel’s 1.4-mile-long railroad trench. Moffatt & Nichol designed the $313 million-dollar project that began in 2012, and is scheduled to be completed in early 2018.
07/20/17 - dnainfo
Wall To Hold Back Coastal Surge Coming To Red Hook by August, City Says
As part of the City of New York's post-Sandy rebuilding and resiliency plan, Moffatt & Nichol has completed 16 designs for sites in the city and will continue to provide support with more designs as the program extends beyond next year's storm season.
06/30/17 - SunHerald.com
How can we keep bacteria out of the Mississippi Sound? Here are the 3 best ideas
We're moving on to the finals! Moffatt & Nichol, as a part of Team MMMM, has been selected as one of three finalists in the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality's Beach Outfalls Challenge.