McLaren Engineering Group, founded in 1977, has a long history of providing multidiscipline consulting engineering services to clients worldwide. McLaren provides premier professional engineering services through eight (8) technical divisions: Marine, Waterborne Transportation, Site/Civil, Survey, Structural, Bridge/Highway/Rail, Entertainment, and Forensics.


SIN:        871-7 Construction Management

Contract Number:   GS-10F-253AA

Company Name:   M G MC LAREN, PC

Contract Period:   September 28, 2013 to September 27, 2018

Business Size:   Large Business

NAICS Code:     236220, 541330, 541370

DUNS Number:    135503746

CAGE Code:    017Q1

McLaren Contact: William J. McCarthy III

(845) 353-6400


ALTA/ASCM Title Surveys
Amusement Rides & Devices
Animations & Pre-visualization
Boundary Surveys
Bridge Collapses
Bridge Inspection
Building Collapses
Building Structures
Code Compliance
Construction Claims
Construction Failure Analysis
Curtain Walls
Demolition & Removal of Existing Structures
Engineers Professional Liabilities
Entertainment Facilities
Erosion Control
Fabric Structures
FEMA Elevation Certificates
Flood Plain Impact
Geotechnical Engineering
Glass & Glazing
Highway Design
Hydrographic Surveys
Light Gage Metal Framing
Marine Borers
Marine Engineering
Marine Facilities
Material Failure Analysis
Mechanized Effects & Entertainment Equipment
Pedestrian Bridges
Precast Concrete
Prestressed Concrete
Recycled Plastics
Retaining Wall Design
Retaining Walls
Scenery & Touring Stages
Seismic Design
Ship Allisions
Ship Fendering
Ships & Cruise Terminals
Site Planning & Layout
Site Plans
Stage Equipment
Steel Buildings
Stormwater Management
Stress & Failure Analysis
Structural Analysis
Structural Failures
Subdivision & Land Development
Surveying & Boundary Disputes
Television & Film Production
Theatrical Structures & Rigging
Themed Architectural Elements & Sculptures
Timber Structures
Topographic Surveys
Underwater Inspections
Utilities Design
Wharf or Wharves


  • GSA contracts meet Federal Acquisition (FAR) requirements.
  • A 5 Year GSA contract eliminates the red tape of public bidding in favor of doing business with "pre-approved" vendors!
  • GSA contracts are stable long-term contracts.
  • GSA Schedule pricing is pre-determined by the GSA to be fair and reasonable.
  • Ordering activity maintains a direct relationship with the contract service provider. GSA is only involved in the initial establishment of the Schedules Contract.
  • FedBizOpps Synopsis is not required.
  • Environmental compliance — orders placed under Schedules provide compliance with environmental requirements for application services and products.


Design Phase Services

  • Subject Matter Expertise
  • Delivery Methods
  • Design Technical Reviews
  • Code Compliance Reviews
  • Constructability Reviews
  • Analysis of Value Engineering Proposals
  • Cost Estimates Preparation
  • Cost Analysis
  • Cost Control/Monitoring
  • Utility Studies
  • Site Investigations
  • Site Evaluations
  • Scheduling
  • Design Scope Changes Review
  • Scheduling/Conducting/Documenting Design Related Meetings
  • Performing Market Studies

Procurement Phase Services

  • Contract Procurement
  • Bid/RFP Question Answering Assistance
  • Site Visits, Pre-Bid Conferences
  • Cost/Bid/Proposal Analysis
  • Preparation and Issuance of Solicitation Amendments for Review and Approval of Government Contracting Officer

Construction Phase Services

  • Establish temporary field offices
  • Set-up job files, working folders, and record keeping systems
  • Maintain organized construction files
  • Schedule and conduct preconstruction meetings
  • Document actions taken and decisions made, etc.
  • Monitor submittal review process
  • Review and monitor project schedules for construction progress with emphasis on milestone completion dates, phasing requirements, work flow, material deliveries, test dates, etc.
  • Assist in problem resolution and handling of disputed issues
  • Maintain marked up sets of project plans and specifications for future as-built drawings
  • Perform routine inspections of construction as work proceeds, take action to identify work that does not conform to the contract requirements, and notify the contractors when work requires correction
  • Compile through site inspections, lists of defects and omissions related to the work performed and provide these lists to the contractor for correction
  • Review construction contractor payment requests
  • Monitor project financial data and budgetary cost accounting
  • Administer of construction contract change orders
  • Schedule, conduct, and document regular progress/project meetings with all interested parties to review project status, discuss problems, and resolve issues
  • Monitor construction contractor compliance with established safety standards
  • Monitor construction contractor's compliance with contract labor standards
  • Coordination of construction activities with customer managers and occupying agency personnel
  • Monitor the design and construction clarification process
  • Participate in all "Partnering" activities during construction (workshops, meetings, etc.)
  • Prepare special reports and regular project status reports
  • Provide for progress and/or final photographs of project work
  • Perform site surveys
  • Provide assistance in obtaining permits
  • Provide cost estimating assistance

Commissioning Services

  • Provide professional and technical expertise for start-up, calibration, and/or certification of a facility or operating systems within a facility.
  • Determine start-up objectives, planning, team assignments

Testing Services

  • Perform project specific QC testing and inspection services including:
  • Soils
  • Concrete
  • Steel
  • Precast concrete connections
  • Steel, steel decking
  • Applied fireproofing
  • Roofing
  • Curtain walls/glazing
  • Etc.

Claims Services

  • Review disputes and claims from A&E and/or construction contractor
  • Furnish reports, appeal files, etc.
  • Prepare and assembling of appeal files
  • Participate in meetings or negotiations with claimants
  • Appear in legal proceedings
  • Prepare cost estimates for use in claims negotiations
  • Prepare risk assessments/analyses relative to claim exposures