Tag: McLaren Engineering Group
Macau – Asia’s first immersive theater experience has been engineered by McLaren Engineering Group, a full-service engineering firm that works from 11 offices worldwide. Based...
McLaren Engineering Group announced that Jeremy Billig, P.E., has been named president. Billig, most recently the firm’s vice president and New York City regional director, will lead McLaren along with Malcolm McLaren, P.E., CEO and founder.
McLaren Engineering Group is expanding its Lehigh Valley, Pa., location, allowing the McLaren team to grow from six to 16 employees.
McLaren Engineering Group completed structural engineering work on a 22,000-square-foot office redevelopment project at 706 Giddings Ave. in Annapolis, Md., working with Solstice Partners, GriD Architects, Plano-Coudon, Bay Engineering and Campion Hruby.
On Oct. 25, McLaren Engineering Group, a full-service engineering firm with 10 offices nationwide, held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate its expansion to a 57,000-square-foot Class A corporate office
McLaren Engineering Group announced completion of its design work on The Corning Museum of Glass’ GlassBarge. The firm’s marine and entertainment divisions collaborated to transform a standard barge into a floating entertainment vessel
McLaren Engineering Group announced the completion of its design work on the new 350,000-square-foot Live! Hotel and Event Center in Hanover, Md. The firm provided services that include structural design & engineering, construction documents, permitting, site / civil engineering, survey work and site landscaping.
McLaren Engineering Group announced that it will expand to Bergen County, N.J., in August 2018. McLaren signed a 12-year lease on a 57,000-square-foot Class A building at 530 Chestnut Ridge Road in Woodcliff Lake, which has the capacity for over 250 employees.
McLaren Engineering Group completed its design work on a new $9.7 million railroad bridge used by the main line of the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), spanning Post Avenue in Westbury, N.Y. The new bridge replaces a 103-year-old structure and is 13 feet wider and 2 feet higher than the original.
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