Our Projects

The Bristol at Armonk - Assisted Living Facility

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Project Overview: 
McLaren provided the preparation of Site Plan Approval documents for the development of a 6.44-acre site located within the Armonk Business Park. The Bristol at Armonk is a 140-unit Assisted Living Facility.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren’s was responsible for the Survey, Site/Civil Engineering, SEQR and land use approval services for the proposed 140 bed assisted living facility. Project tasks include the topographic and boundary surveys; determination of requirements for stormwater detention and water quality in accordance with the NYSDEC SPDES General Permit, and the Town regulations; preparation of a site plan approval and construction plans; preparation of subdivision plat, and assisting owner and project team for the Town Planning Board, County and Wetlands Commission for the approval of the project.
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Site/Civil Engineering
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Land Use Approval
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SEQR
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Stormwater Management Design
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Boundary & Topographic Survey
Location: 
Armonk, New York
Client: 
The Engel Burman Group
Project Type: 
Design / Construction
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2009-2014
Construction Cost: 
N/A

Mercy College Dormitory

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Project Overview: 
McLaren provided engineering, approval support and surveying services for the construction the new Mercy College Dormitory. The proposed project is the construction of a 350-bed dormitory building, associated walkways, utilities, offsite road and traffic signal improvements, landscaping and additional parking at the College.
McLaren's Role: 
The project integrated a new 350-bed dormitory into the existing campus through the development of revised campus circulation and development of a main pedestrian circulation spine. The project required Site Plan and Special Use Permit approvals from the Village of Dobbs Ferry and review and approval of access by the Village of Irvington. The SEQR process resulted in preparation of a Draft and Final EIS and addressed critical issue of the adjacent historic Old Croton Aqueduct and the adjacent residential community. McLaren performed and provided Topographic, Utility and Boundary Survey, Geotechnical Field Investigation and Report, Site Plan/Village/SEQR Approvals, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), Supported Environmental Impact Statement updates in accordance with SEQR, Construction Documents and Construction Phase Services.
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Site/Civil Engineering
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Geotechnical Engineering
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Surveying
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Permitting
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Construction Inspection
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Construction Administration
Location: 
Dobbs Ferry, New York
Client: 
Mercy College
Project Type: 
Design / Construction
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2011-2015
Construction Cost: 
N/A

General Electric Crotonville - Global Leadership Development Center

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Project Overview: 
Founded in 1956, the 59-acre GE Leadership Development Center campus provides education and corporate training to employees and partners. The project included various additions and renovations such as: white house demolition and renovation, renovation of the residence building, new maintenance building, addition and renovation to education building, renovation of education building, new pedestrian bridge, and new residence building and dining facility.
McLaren's Role: 
The project topography and constraints of the existing utility infrastructure posed significant challenges. McLaren, working with the design team, positioned the new facilities to minimize rock excavation, while maintaining significant trees, site features and the historic Old Croton Aquaduct passing under the property. McLaren prepared design documents and site plan approval drawings to include: site plan (with existing conditions and proposed buildings, sidewalks, parking, roadways, landscaped areas, traffic signs and striping), site grading and utilities plans (with proposed grading for all buildings, sidewalks, parking, roadways, landscaped areas, and existing and proposed utilities), Storwater Protection Plan (SWPPP), Environmental Assessment Form (EAF), and construction Phase Services.
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Site/Civil Engineering
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Construction Engineering Support
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Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan Design & Inspection
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Environmental Assessment Form
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Local, State, & Federal Permit Applications
Location: 
Ossining, New York
Client: 
General Electric
Project Type: 
Redevelopment
Role: 
Subconsultant
Contract Period: 
2011-2013
Construction Cost: 
N/A

Wartburg Adult Care Community

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Project Overview: 
The proposed project relocates existing services already on campus and responds to industry trends in long-term care by providing settings that promote the independence of seniors. These efforts are done while respecting and maintaining the heritage of the early 20th century structures and open space which conveys the unique sense of place on the Wartburg campus. The principal project activities involve the construction of a skilled nursing facility and adult day care center, construction of a new supportive senior housing building, the demolition of two (2) structures, and reconfiguration of associated parking. The Proposed Project would result in a decrease of 30 skilled nursing beds, an increase of 61 supportive senior housing units, and a net increase of 81 parking spaces.
McLaren's Role: 
The design phase included the need to obtain fast track approvals from the City of Mount Vernon to allow construction to be completed within 2 years. The project was subject to Special Permit approval by the City Planning Board. McLaren is providing preliminary engineering, site plan approval/ design development documents, construction documents, construction phase services, and SPDES inspections.
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Site/Civil Engineering
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Approvals/SEQR
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Drainage Analysis
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SPDES
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Permitting
Location: 
Mount Vernon, New York
Client: 
Wartburg Home of the
Project Type: 
Adult Care Community
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2010-Present
Construction Cost: 
N/A

White Plains Hospital Center Renovation / Reconstruction

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Project Overview: 
The White Plains Hospital Center is a 292-bed health care facility serving Westchester County. Major reconstruction components of this renovation project include: demolition of the existing lobby and construction of a 6-story addition to the hospital to include a new lobby / additional surgical rooms / additional patent rooms, pedestrian Bridge over Davis Avenue to the parking garage, new main entrance from Davis Avenue, construction of new utility services and connections, construction of a new lobby and traffic circle at the new driveway, modifications to Davis Avenue, and addition of a 6-story hospital office building to the Dickstein Cancer Center.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren provided numerous services on the project, including: City Approval and SEQR, civil engineering, drainage and utilities plan, geotechnical engineering, stormwater management and compliance with NYSDEC SPDES general permit and city regulations, and construction administration and inspection.
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Site/Civil Engineering
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Drainage & Utilities Plan
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Site Planning
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Construction Administration
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Construction Inspection
Location: 
White Plains, New York
Client: 
White Plains Hospital Center
Project Type: 
Renovation / Reconstruction
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2009-2017
Construction Cost: 
72,000,000