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Remember the time we...pitched a 220-foot tent in downtown Baltimore?

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As part of our 40th Anniversary celebration, we’re revisiting 10 of our favorite projects and moments from the past 40 years. Here is number four!
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1900: McLaren provided engineering services for this 220x160 fabric structure, which is supported by 6 masts, and provided remedial design work on the pier that it resides on in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Since then the venue has featured a wide variety of popular musicians, and is located in the backyard of our Baltimore regional office.

Award Winning 195 Broadway

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195 Broadway was named the 2017 Commercial Lobby Winner by the design competition NYCxDesign and won a 2017 Honor Award for Historic Preservation from the America Institute of Architects New York State! Built in 1916, the historic building is the site of the first transcontinental telephone call. McLaren performed preliminary and final engineering design for lobby renovations that included the fabrication and installation of a new 30-foot-tall interior glass demising wall system.

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McLaren Receives ASCE Awards

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Lower Hudson Valley Branch honored McLaren at the 14th Annual Scholarship and Awards Dinner last week! The following awards were given:

Baltimore Office Expanding

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McLaren is proud to announce the expansion of the Baltimore office with the new hire of senior engineer Jason D. Staley, P.E. Jason has more than 11 years of experience in design and management duties for commercial and residential site development projects in the Baltimore metropolitan area for both public and private sector clients. Welcome to the team, Jason!

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Pennsylvania Office is Expanding

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McLaren’s Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania office is rapidly expanding. The office recently added two (2) newcomers to their staff -- Penn State graduate Zachary Miller, as a Junior Engineer, and local college student, Travis Shoemaker, as an Intern. These hires are in addition to new team member Kevin Klepeisz, a graduate of Ohio State. The recent hires strengthen the Lehigh Valley’s team’s commitment to hire local talent from high-class universities.