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MFS Engineers Celebrates Renewable Energy Projects for Earth Day

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, coming up on April 22, 2020, we’re spreading the word about MFS Engineers’ experience in renewable energy initiatives in both private and commercial construction.You might have heard before that the sun...
This year we continue our quarterly #MFSPicks Staff Photo Contest. It's one of our initiatives to help keep our civil engineering and construction staff stay connected, even though they are working from different places and regions. A special thank you...
Well, okay, so there are many of the same faces, as well as some new faces, but 100% of our leadership and staff is revitalized and ready to start anew in 2020.The MFS vision has been growing and we hope...
We want to brag of our most valuable asset, our staff. Here's January's buzz on the latest achievements, events attended, and more.
Early January, the South of Puerto Rico was struck by 6.4 magnitude earthquake that rattled the entire island, crippling infrastructure, leaving it without electricity for days and weeks in some areas, declaring a state of emergency and causing billions in...
In November we continued our monthly #MFSPicks Photography Contest, choosing both a runner up and overall winner. The theme for this month's contest was "Where in the World is MFS," resulting in quite a few amazing (if some interesting) photos...
Our own Michael Mudalel was recently interviewed on the podcast: Discussions by Domain. In the episode, Michael talks about how companies can find and retain top talent in their industries. He explains, "In the current competitive environment it's very difficult...
A lot of professionals have been asking the same question. What exactly is LinkedIn used for? MFS attended a seminar at LinkedIn and found out the answer to this question and more. Read on to find out our key takeaways...
Castillo San Cristobal Emergency Generator ReplacementDid you know that the Castillo San Cristobal is the largest fortification built by the Spanish in the New World? Built between 1634 and 1790, this castle guarded the eastern gate of the fortified city...
Andrew Glaubman, one of our Senior Staff Engineers, has been selected to receive the Industry Advancement Fund (IAF) Research ​Northeast Chapter Scholarship from the ​ADSC: The International Association of Foundation Drilling. Please join us in congratulating him on this awesome...