Site & Civil News

Sea Glass Carousel at Battery Park

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The $16 million SeaGlass carousel brings 30 spinning, color-changing fish to Lower Manhattan.

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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.

Groundbreaking at 420 Kent Avenue in Brooklyn

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Pile driving for high-rise mixed-use building, 420 Kent Avenue in Brooklyn NY, was completed last week. The 14 inch pipe piles, driven to a depth of 95 feet, serve as friction piles with a 200 ton compression capacity and 80 ton tension capacity. Integrated coordination between McLaren’s Structural, Marine, Civil, and Geotechnical Divisions has allowed the project to move at a fast paced design schedule. Click here to learn more about this project.

McLaren is a Registered Class 1 and Class 2 Special Inspection Agency

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McLaren is now registered in New York City (NYC) as a Special Inspection Agency (SIA) in the following categories (Key: Class 1*, Class 2):

  • Flood Zone Compliance
  • Structural Steel – Welding
  • Structural Steel – Erection and Bolting
  • Structural Steel – Cold-Formed Steel
  • Concrete – Cast-In-Place*

McLaren Helps To Develop Rockland Countys Award Winning Rockland Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan

The Rockland County Comprehensive Plan “Rockland Tomorrow” won the 2012 New York Planning Federation’s “Comprehensive Plan” Award. “Rockland Tomorrow” is a blueprint for the County’s future that will serve as a basis for County government planning and development issues for the next 10-20 years. It creates a framework for future capital expenditure decisions by County government, while also providing general recommendations on future County land use issues and policies to implement these strategies. McLaren Engineering served as part of the consultant team on this award winning plan.