McLaren newsletter

Superbowl 50

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If you’re lucky enough to be going to the game, make sure you look out for the Superbowl sculptures all around San Francisco! Our 16-foot design, created for Tait Towers, is clad with hard panel graphics, video screens mounted to its sides and has LED edging.

McLaren Brings on Expanded Team to Serve 8 Divisions

West Nyack, NY – February 2, 2016, McLaren Engineering Group, a full-service, multi-faceted firm with eight (8) engineering divisions, announced today that it has hired 10 new employees and promoted seven (7) newly licensed professional engineers.

“We’re pleased to be expanding our team with incredible talent to better serve our growing client roster across the Northeastern U.S.,” says Malcolm McLaren, president and CEO, McLaren Engineering Group.

New hires include:

  • Raymond Fusco, Chief of Staff (West Nyack office)

Hudson Landmarked Theater Renovation

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McLaren is providing a variety of structural engineering services for the renovation of the 4-story historic landmarked Hudson Theater located at 145 West 44th Street, New York, NY.
McLaren is engineering:

  • An Ambassador Lounge for VIP guests
  • ADA Compliance access
  • Rigging System – for increased load capacity and functionality
  • 2 LED signs and 2 banner signs

McLaren Awards Employees

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McLaren’s most dedicated and outstanding employees were presented with awards at our 35th Annual Holiday Party on Friday. President, Mal McLaren said “we had a fantastic year and this event epitomized the team work, growth and excitement that surrounds our company.”

McLaren is pleased to announce the following award winners.


30 Years of Service       Woo Young Chung

Quaker Oats Times Square Competition

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Quaker Oats is hosting a special event in Times Square today, where participants have a chance to win $250,000 by creating the best oatmeal bowl. McLaren engineered this special temporary ballast and tent structure, made to look like a traditional cylinder oatmeal container.

McLaren also produced a Severe Weather Action Plan in accordance with Building Code Section 1618. So no worries about today's anticipated wind gusts, of up to 30mph, because this tent and its supporting ballast can resist high winds.