McLaren is at the center of actionable resiliency solutions, participating in conversations at the Waterfront Alliance’s “Building a Livable Future” Conference and moderating Rutger’s Urban Environments Symposium.
The future is already here in climate design and capabilities, but how is it being put into practice? The “Climate Shoreline for All Communities” panel at this year’s Waterfront Alliance conference discussed promising waterfront developments and restoration initiatives in New York and New Jersey from the private and public sectors, focusing on the shoreline beyond Manhattan.
The industry expert speakers, including project manager and lead permitting specialist in McLaren’s Marine Division, Kaitlyn Frega, explored how nature-based approaches and designs to rehabilitate natural systems represent a new tide of innovation for coastal resilience to protect nature, communities, and boost the economy.
This year’s Rutgers University Urban Environments Symposium on ensuring healthier and more resilient communities through technological innovation and inclusive partnerships featured a panel discussion moderated by, our founder, Malcolm McLaren, PE.
The group examined the role of engineering innovations and collaboration between government, industry, academia, and the community in meeting urban environment challenges.