McLaren newsletter

McLaren Presents at ASCE Structures Congress

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McLaren engineers Matthew McCarty, PE, SE, and Matthew Kawczenski, PE, SE, took part in the ASCE Structures Congress last week in Denver, CO. The conference is hosted by the Structural Engineering Institute and highlights state of the art developments in the field of structural engineering. At the conference, Matthew McCarty presented the paper “Innovative Use of FRP in Large Diameter Piles for Vessel Impact,” co-authored by McLaren employee Vahid Zanjani, PE, PhD.

ASLA Honor Award Received For Battery Park Perimeter and Bikeway Reconstruction Project

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McLaren is proud to announce that our work on the reconstruction of the Battery Park and Bikeway Perimeter has won the 2017 American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award!
Click here to read about what McLaren did on the project.

AIANY Presents Proclamation to McLaren Engineering

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-- At the Center for Architecture by Camila Schaulsohn - Editor

On 03.28.17, AIA New York presented a proclamation to Malcolm McLaren and McLaren Engineering in celebration of the firm’s 40th anniversary.

Founded in 1977, the firm’s portfolio includes over 14,000 projects encompassing concept, design, construction management, and inspection in divisions ranging from marine, civil, building structure, waterborne transportation, and entertainment.

2017 LHV Engineering EXPO Successful

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Thank you to the over 120 exhibitors, thousands of students and parents, and other special organizations that made this year’s Engineering Expo the most successful one yet.

The Hairy Ape

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One of NY’s hottest new shows, the Hairy Ape, opened in the 55,000 square foot Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory on March 25, 2017. McLaren worked with the production team at the Armory and their subcontractors to ensure that the elements of the show, that are accessible to the public, are structurally adequate and safe for the show’s run through April 22, 2017. McLaren assessed the structural and life-safety components of the massive Steeldeck seating riser done by Steeldeck New York, as well as the 140 foot diameter turntable provided by Hudson Scenic Studios.