McLaren Completes Technical Feasibility Study for Albany-Rensselaer Gondola

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Study finds Gondola is technically feasible and constructible with minimal impacts, and has strong support from stakeholders in both Albany and Rensselaer.

Click here to view the complete study.

Transformational, environmentally friendly transportation project will connect the two downtown destinations, serving hundreds of thousands annually.

40 Years of Applied Ingenuity

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McLaren is celebrating 40 years of applied ingenuity! To recognize this milestone each office hosted a celebration, with cake and sparkling cider, and listened to encouraging words from Mal about the foundation of our beginnings.

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 is Exhibiting and Presenting at the NASCC Steel Conference in San Antonio

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McLaren is exhibiting at next week’s NASCC: The Steel Conference in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to exhibiting, two of McLaren’s elite engineers are speaking at the conference.

  • William Gorlin, P.E., S.E., Entertainment Division Chief & Vice President, will be speaking on the use of steel in the entertainment industry.

Engineering firm relocates to downtown Orlando, in hiring mode

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New York-based McLaren Engineering Group is doubling the size of its office space as it relocates to downtown Orlando and it's hiring more engineers for its team.

The new office, located at 201 N. Magnolia Ave., increases the square footage of its previous office near Universal Studios that was 1,140 square feet to 2,800 square feet.

“It’s a strategic move because we want to be close to our clients. The space downtown also is going to make it easier to attract workers thanks to the convenience of having SunRail nearby,” said Andrew Habel, head of the Orlando office.