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2 Newly Licensed New York Professional Engineers

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McLaren is proud to announce, two (2) of our engineers have earned their Professional Engineering licenses in New York! Congratulations on your great accomplishment! We’re looking forward to your continued contributions at McLaren.

  • Jesse Volpe, PE
  • Anand Agarwal, PE

Congratulations Tony Winners

Two (2) Broadway shows, that McLaren’s Entertainment Division engineered scenic elements for, have each won two (2) Tony awards!

The Humans received Tony's for:

  • Best Play
  • Best Scenic Design of a Play

A View from the Bridge received Tony's for:

  • Best Revival of a play
  • Best Direction of a play

Billion Oyster Project Honors Malcolm McLaren, At Third Annual Billion Oyster Party

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New York based restoration and education project recognizes CEO of McLaren Engineering Group at annual celebration of the restoration of New York Harbor.

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, MAY 19, 2016 -- Billion Oyster Project (BOP) honored Malcolm G. McLaren, president and CEO, McLaren Engineering Group, with the first “Harbor Stewardship Award” on Thursday at the Billion Oyster Party. BOP’s annual celebration of Harbor restoration also honored Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.

Harbor Stewardship Award

Yesterday, The Billion Oyster Project (BOP) honored Malcolm G. McLaren with the first “Harbor Stewardship Award.” From the inspection of New York Harbor piers to their reconstruction, McLaren has worked on over 1,000 projects and 300+ miles of New York’s waterfront – taking what was once industrial waterfront and transforming it into a place to live, work and play.

Malcolm McLaren will be Honored at the Billion Oyster Party in Red Hook Brooklyn

Written by: Mary Frost
Published on: www.brooklyneagle.com

40 Oyster Farms and 15 Top NYC Restaurants Participating

Get ready for the ultimate oyster experience.

The third annual Billion Oyster Party is taking over Pioneer Works in Red Hook on Thursday, May 19, from 6 to 10 p.m.