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ASCE Lower Hudson Valley Branch Officer Induction

On June 10th, the ASCE Lower Hudson Valley Branch inducted its 2015-2016 Officers. McLaren is proud to announce that our very own Malcolm G. McLaren, PE, SECB will be the Vice President, and William J. McCarthy III will be a Director.

Groundbreaking at 420 Kent Avenue in Brooklyn

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Pile driving for high-rise mixed-use building, 420 Kent Avenue in Brooklyn NY, was completed last week. The 14 inch pipe piles, driven to a depth of 95 feet, serve as friction piles with a 200 ton compression capacity and 80 ton tension capacity. Integrated coordination between McLaren’s Structural, Marine, Civil, and Geotechnical Divisions has allowed the project to move at a fast paced design schedule. Click here to learn more about this project.

SEAoNY President's Breakfast Roundtable

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McLaren Engineers helped make SEAoNY President's Breakfast Roundtable held on April 30th a success. Phillip Georgakopoulos, PE helped organize this effective event entitled “Making a Design a Reality – The Working Relationship between Engineers and Contractors”.

Mal McLaren Honored with Outstanding Community Service Award

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We are proud to announce, Mal McLaren received the Outstanding Community Service Award at The Salvation Army's 150th Anniversary Gala held last evening. Mal has been an avid supporter of The Salvation Army for many years and is proud to assist in its mission of "Doing the Most Good".

College Street Music Hall Renovation

McLaren provided engineering services for the state-of-the-art renovation of College Street Music Hall in New Haven, Connecticut. McLaren evaluated load rating of the gridiron, addressed safety at the grid pertaining to edge protection and ladder access clearances, and assessed the audio catwalk. McLaren also developed guidelines for acceptable rigging methods and loadings made into an easy-to-read grid plan and chart, for use by Riggers.