Site & Civil Projects

Survey & Engineering Services, Quaspeck Park Drainage Improvements

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Project Overview: 
McLaren was retained by the Town of Clarkstown to provide surveying and site civil engineering services because several streets and adjacent resident lots in Valley Cottage were experiencing problems with both surface and subsurface drainage. Project locations included Charles Boulevard, Helene Road, Quaspeck Boulevard, East Mary Lane, West Mary Lane, and Rock Drive. To correct these deficiencies, modifications and improvements to the existing storm drain system were required.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren’s surveying services included a boundary and limited topographic survey of four (4) parcels of land for the creation of drainage easements in favor of the Town of Clarkstown. The limited topographic survey included all utilities in the above-mentioned predefined area. Trees with a diameter greater than 8” within this predefined were located and mapped. Off-site drainage structures leading from NYS RT. 9W to Rockland Lake were also e located and mapped for Civil Design purposes. McLaren’s site/civil engineering services associated with this drainage improvement project included a site investigation, environmental assessment, hydraulic analysis, drainage analysis, drainage design, public outreach and construction administration.
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Surveying Services
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Site/Civil Engineering
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Permitting
Location: 
Valley Cottage, New York
Client: 
Town of Clarkstown Department of Environmental Control
Project Type: 
Surveying
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2009
Construction Cost: 
N/A

Maryland Live! Casino

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Project Overview: 
Arundel Mills Maryland Live! Casino (Maryland Live!) is a 2 million sq. ft. structure and is the largest casino and entertainment venue on the East Coast. This project called for a fast track design process that included a construction phase that was completed in 17 months.
McLaren's Role: 
Structural engineering services included design of the foundation system, structural steel for casino, porte cochere, and central utility plant superstructures, precast parking garage layout (with precast concrete columns, structural steel for level 2, and precast concrete for levels 3 through 7), and review of calculations and shop drawings for precast concrete garage above. Design also included structural support of 2 LED (23’x150’ at north and south façade) signs and Static Signage on east and west facades of the building. McLaren was responsible for full subsurface investigation including testing and inspection services during ground improvement operations and foundation inspection.
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Site/Civil Engineering
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Roadway Engineering
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Structural Design & Engineering
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Geotechnical Engineering
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Construction Documents
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Permitting
Location: 
Arundel Mills, Maryland
Client: 
The Cordish Company
Project Type: 
Site/Civil and Structural Engineering
Role: 
Subconsultant
Contract Period: 
2010-2012
Construction Cost: 
$200,000,000

Williamsburg, the Edge

Shoreline at Williamsburg Development
Project Overview: 
For this waterfront development project along the East River at the Northside Williamsburg site between N5th Street and N10th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, McLaren was retained to provide full marine, site/civil, and structural engineering services.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren provided the above and underwater inspection of piers and bulkheads; developed and implemented a geotechnical program to evaluate soil conditions; carried out a site/civil inspection, which included a site inventory concerning utilities; performed feasibility studies for water-related activities (i.e. fishing piers, water taxi landings, ferry terminals, waterfront esplanade); and provided waterfront permitting services. In addition, McLaren performed the detailed design for maintenance repairs to the seawall and shoreline stabilization, created construction documents, provided cost estimates and construction support, including bid assistance. McLaren assisted the client in developing the property for residential uses, with the goal of maximizing the number of residential units that face the Manhattan skyline. McLaren was involved with future design and construction management.
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Underwater Inspection
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Marine Engineering
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Site/Civil and Geotechnical Engineering
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Permitting
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Cost Estimating
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Construction Inspection/Administration
Location: 
Brooklyn, New York
Client: 
Douglaston Development
Project Type: 
Shoreline Stabilization/Design
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2003-2010
Construction Cost: 
N/A
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Washington and Main Street Intersection

Washington and Main Street Intersection
Project Overview: 
McLaren provided design services associated with the reconstruction of Washington and Main Streets in historic Tappan, New York including full in-depth pavement replacement, drainage design including utilities and right-of-way mapping, and roadway and sidewalk reconstruction. Public meetings were held to include the local community in the project and to collect input for use in the planning of the reconstruction, which included pavement replacement.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren performed roadway design, including the preparation of detailed plans and specifications. The firm also performed utility coordination, public information meetings, traffic analysis, topographic survey, right-of-way mapping, and construction inspection.
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Roadway Design
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Plans and Specifications
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Construction Inspection
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Utility Coordination
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Drainage Design
Location: 
Tappan, New York
Client: 
Rockland County Department of Highways
Project Type: 
Roadway Design
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2001-2008
Construction Cost: 
$2,000,000
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Steelpoint Waterfront Development

Steelpoint Waterfront Development at Bridgeport, CT
Project Overview: 
McLaren was retained to provide the site/civil, marine, and geotechnical engineering services to assist in the design and development of the former Steel Point peninsula of Bridgeport, Connecticut. With approximately 52 acres of buildable land bounded by the I-95 Interstate Highway, McLaren will help to transform this mostly vacant industrial waterfront property into a mixed-use development.
McLaren's Role: 
Key site/civil issues include flood plain impacts, stormwater management, maintenance and protection of traffic, demolition and removal of existing structures, utilities, integration with I-95, internal traffic circulation, and integration of an existing esplanade. From a marine engineering perspective, underwater inspections will be conducted to assess existing structures, and design engineers will integrate the structures worth retaining while also coming up with creative solutions for how to support new waterfront venues. From a geotechnical perspective, the project will involve developing land situated between two rivers and consisting of bank run deposits, compressible organic soils, miscellaneous fill and abandoned building slabs and foundations.
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Site/Civil Engineering
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Marine Engineering
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Permitting
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Geotechnical Engineering
Location: 
Bridgeport, CT
Client: 
Midtown Equities, LLC
Project Type: 
Waterfront Development
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2006-2010
Construction Cost: 
2,000,000,000
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