Study finds Gondola is technically feasible and constructible with minimal impacts, and has strong support from stakeholders in both Albany and Rensselaer.
Transformational, environmentally friendly transportation project will connect the two downtown destinations, serving hundreds of thousands annually.
McLaren's NYC office is hosting this year’s Pratt Reception awarding the Pratt School of Architecture’s scholarship recipients and the spring 2017 graduates of the Construction Management/Facilities Management/Real Estate Development program on Tuesday, May 2nd at 5:30pm.
In addition to awarding the evening’s honorees, we will be celebrating McLaren’s 40th Anniversary and will be providing drinks and hors d'oeuvres for those in attendance.
If interested in attending, please RSVP by no later than Tuesday, April 25th via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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 two!
McLaren’s Structures Division Manager, Thomas Broderick, PE gave a presentation with Michael Fattorusso of Moretrench, on the “Old Croton Trailway Aqueduct: Emergency Response Stabilization of Historic Local Feature”, at last night’s LHV ASCE meeting. Click here to read about what McLaren did on the project.
McLaren engineers Matthew McCarty, PE, SE, and Matthew Kawczenski, PE, SE, took part in the ASCE Structures Congress last week in Denver, CO. The conference is hosted by the Structural Engineering Institute and highlights state of the art developments in the field of structural engineering. At the conference, Matthew McCarty presented the paper “Innovative Use of FRP in Large Diameter Piles for Vessel Impact,” co-authored by McLaren employee Vahid Zanjani, PE, PhD.