Marine News

McLaren Engineers are Teaching Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines 101

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McLaren is proud to announce two of our Resiliency experts, Anand Agarwal, PE and Darryl Zuk, are teaching a course on cutting-edge waterfront design in collaboration with the Waterfront Alliance. “Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines 101” is a mini-course on resilient ecological waterfront design and the Waterfront Alliance’s groundbreaking new rating system. The course is free, and being held on Wednesday, April 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Cornell Architecture Art Planning at 26 Broadway, 20th floor, New York, NY.

Remember the time we...made cranes dance?

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As part of our 40th Anniversary celebration, we’re revisiting 10 of our favorite projects and moments from the past 40 years. Here is number one!

McLaren Welcomes Mauricio Posada, Senior Marine Engineer in Orlando

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It is with great pleasure that McLaren welcomes Mauricio Posada, PE to our family. Mr. Posada is a Senior Marine Engineer in our newly relocated Orlando office. He has 19 years of experience in marine engineering, structural rehabilitation, forensic investigation, conceptual design, detailed engineering, project management, construction quantities, and cost estimating. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Alaska, and New York.

McLaren Engineer Joins the U.S. Coast Guard

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Ms. Catherine Hale, a junior marine engineer at McLaren, was sworn into the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 18-6, on September 8th, 2016. Her training will be in environmental protection and sea operations.

“I joined the Coast Guard Auxiliary to help aid in search and rescue and environmental remediation of our waterways” said Hale.

Malcolm McLaren: Waterfront Innovator, Hero of the Harbor

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-- Question and Answer Interview originally published in WaterWireHere.