McLaren Engineer Honored at Rockland County 11th Annual Forty Under 40 Program

On Thursday, October 4th, McLaren’s very own Nathan Shuman, PE will be honored at the Rockland Economic Development Corporation’s 11th Annual Forty Under 40 Reception, honoring Rockland County’s Rising Stars.

Since Mr. Shuman joined McLaren, he has put forth unmatched dedication to his work. His passion for solving some of the toughest architectural and structural engineering problems has allowed him to excel in his field. Mr. Shuman works side-by-side with the experts in his field while simultaneously transferring his knowledge to young engineers preparing them for future engineering challenges.

Mr. Shuman is a structural engineer with over 11 years of experience in building design and construction administration for such projects. His past and current experience includes outstanding projects that exemplify his expertise and dedication to the engineering profession, such as:

  • The custom built blast resistant curtainwall for the Grand Entrances of the New WTC One Tower, required a great amount of applied innovation from Mr. Shuman. This curtainwall is essentially transparent making it an architectural marvel, but at the same time it had to be blast resistant making it an extraordinary engineering feat.

  • The Palm Tower in Dubai, when built will be the largest standing building in the world (surpassing Taipei 101 Tower).

  • When the several tower cranes collapsed in NYC in 2008, Mr. Shuman was sent to the Department of Building’s Cranes and Derricks (DOB C&D) office to serve as an emergency structural engineering consultant.