McLaren Announces New National Director of Strategic Planning

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McLaren is pleased to announce that Peter Melewski, PE will join our firm on August 17th as the National Director of Strategic Planning (NDSP). As NDSP, Peter will be based in our Upstate NY office, but will be spending considerable time in our offices across the nation. As NDSP, Peter will have primary responsibility for strengthening relationships with existing clients and developing new markets and clients. He will facilitate and coordinate the considerable talent at McLaren so we continue to exceed the clients' expectations.

McLaren Helped Reopen the Historic Oak Tree Road Bridge

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McLaren provided a plethora of services to assist in the rehabilitation of this historic bridge. Services included topographic and ROW surveying, geotechnical investigations, hydraulic analysis, traffic control plans, community outreach, bridge design, permitting, construction documents, construction administration, and resident engineering services.

McLaren Makes Crains Top 20

McLaren Makes Crain's Magazine list of the Top 20 Largest Engineering Firms in the New York area.

McLaren is an Innovator Level Sponsor for the PLASA Technical Standards Program


The Technical Standards Program (TSP) was established in response to the increasing number of industry members who were encountering situations where the lack of standards, or the imposition of standards developed outside the entertainment industry, were making it increasingly difficult to conduct business safely, efficiently, and profitably.

McLaren’s sponsorship, and ongoing participation in the standards writing process, will allow PLASA to continue to develop the leading standards-making program serving the world-wide Entertainment Technology Industry.

Published in Stage Directions Magazine

McLaren receives special recognition in “The Han Show Theatre” article, published in Stage Directions Magazine.

In the article, McLaren’s Vice President of Entertainment, Bill Gorlin, PE is quoted saying, “This project was real innovative, because the public is traveling on moving seating areas you need clean interfaces with the building’s architecture and the ability for people to exit at any point in the travel. It needs to be a relatively comfortable ride. It moves slowly — so slowly that the dynamics will never pose safety risks to the people.”