Bridge, Highway & Rail News

Schoharie County Retains McLaren for a Stream Bank Restoration Project

McLaren was retained by Schoharie County to provide construction management services for remediation work on multiple streams in the county that were damaged during Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee. The remediation work will help restore the streams to pre-storm conditions and will help mitigate future flooding. McLaren newly opened Albany Office will serve this project.

Oak Tree Road Bridge 2015 Public Works Project of the Year

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McLaren is proud to announce we received the 2015 Public Works Project of the Year Award from the American Public Works Association, New York Metropolitan Chapter; for our design and construction inspection work on the replacement of Oak Tree Road Bridge.

EECO III / McLaren Team Selected for NYSDOT Region 8 Bundled Bridges Design-Build Contract

The ECCO III Enterprises, Inc. (ECCO III) / McLaren Team has begun work on a $40 million New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) 6 Bundled Bridges Design-Build Contract in Region 8 (located in Westchester and Orange Counties). The contract includes one (1) bridge rehabilitation, one (1) superstructure replacement, and four (4) full replacements on existing alignment as well as highway approach design work.

McLaren Helped Reopen the Historic Oak Tree Road Bridge

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McLaren provided a plethora of services to assist in the rehabilitation of this historic bridge. Services included topographic and ROW surveying, geotechnical investigations, hydraulic analysis, traffic control plans, community outreach, bridge design, permitting, construction documents, construction administration, and resident engineering services.

McLaren Helps Design Reconfiguration to Maryland’s First DDI

The Cordish Company selected McLaren Engineering Group, of Baltimore to design the improvements to Maryland’s first Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI). The MD 295 / Arundel Mills Blvd. interchange will be reconfigured into a DDI, a traffic solution that has worked around the country to improve traffic flow and efficiency.

The Cordish Companies assembled a team of expert Maryland-based contractors and engineers to develop the best solution to improve traffic flow in the area.