MSMM is a multidisciplinary engineering firm located in mid-city New Orleans.  We offer a team of local and recognized experts in the planning, inspection, design and development of utility infrastructure elements such as Pipes, Pump Stations, Levees, Floodwalls, Treatment Plants, Wetlands, Coastal Zones, Roads, Water, Sewerage, Drainage and Hydraulic Modeling.  Through MSMM’s extensive corporate, academic and individual experience, we have a thorough understanding and appreciation for the complex demands posed by the unique terrain of South Louisiana and Mississippi.  It is with this knowledge around which we offer our proven, reliable and responsive organization and professionals to deliver tasks and projects within budget and on schedule.  The MSMM team has been managing and designing infrastructure projects in the Louisiana, Mississippi and Gulf Coast region for more than 30 years.  MSMM’s owner and President, Mr. Manish Mardia personally provides QA/QC oversight of all tasks assigned to the firm.  He has conducted more than 300 projects in Louisiana, Mississippi and the Gulf Coast Region.  In terms of size, three of the largest projects managed by Mr. Mardia from inception, through planning, environmental, design, coordination and construction management included Harahan Pump to the River ($220 million), West Return Wall ($194 million) and Soniat Canal Improvements ($150 million).    Mr. Mardia also received the President's Award for Excellence from the Mississippi River Commission’s General Crear of the Corps' Vicksburg District.  He has been an integral part of the HSDRRS program and has successfully executed 82 Task Orders.  Recently, Mr. Mardia has also been involved with risk management of hydraulic structures (levees and dams) and is the Principal-In-Charge of 12 Task Orders dealing with levees, dams and floodwalls, and software such as DAMRAE, PrecisionTree, and @RISK.    


MSMM Engineering is certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) in all possible State and local DBE programs, including: 

o City of New Orleans  

o Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans (S&WBNO)

o Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY)

State of Louisiana Unified Certification Program (LAUCP), 

Department of Transportation & Development (DOTD)

Small Entrepreneur Program (Hudson Initiative)

Small and Emerging Business Development (SEBD) Program

Certified by National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)