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Engineering Career Milestone

McLaren Engineers Pass PE Exam
2024

McLaren Marine Engineer, Robert Visconti

Marine Engineer

Ryan Rivet-Frame, Entertainment Engineer at McLaren Engineering Group

Entertainment Engineer

McLaren Marine Engineer, Robert Visconti

Robert Visconti

Marine Engineer

A talented marine engineer holding a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Robert is making waves in the marine engineering industry, particularly in underwater bridge inspections. Focusing primarily on New York and Connecticut projects, Robert has honed his expertise in non-destructive testing for structural vulnerabilities such as cracks, scour, delamination, and spalling on bridges and abutments, as well as destructive testing of timber and concrete.

When acquired, Robert’s new P.E. accreditation will elevate his role within inspection teams, allowing him to take on the Team Leader title during bridge inspections. This advancement recognizes his dedication, expertise, and commitment to safeguarding critical infrastructure. 

“Working in underwater bridge inspections presents a unique set of challenges, and demands a meticulous approach to ensure the safety and longevity of vital infrastructure. I’m looking forward to embracing these new endeavors and opportunities, bringing my expertise as a diver and now as a professional engineer to contribute to upcoming projects.”

Ryan Rivet-Frame, Entertainment Engineer at McLaren Engineering Group

Ryan Rivet-Frame

Entertainment Engineer

Ryan is an innovative entertainment engineer making a significant impact on the entertainment scene in NYC and across the globe. His expertise focuses on the heavy infrastructure side of the entertainment world, with a primary focus on analysis/renovations of historic venues, catenary/membrane systems, theaters, convention centers, performing arts centers, Broadway stage sets, rigging, show action equipment, and concert tours. Throughout his time at McLaren, Ryan has successfully handled a diverse range of projects, while demonstrating a steadfast commitment to resolving the unique challenges inherent with working in the arts, no matter how complex.

“Working in entertainment holds a special place in my mind. I believe there is no good substitute for the moments of pure magic that can only happen onstage and, with each new project, I have the opportunity to make some humble contributions that enable productions and organizers to share those experiences with others.

I gain a tremendous amount of satisfaction from knowing the projects that I touch will bring joy to people for months, years, or decades to come. Despite the myriad of challenges and occasional trepidation which accompanies the novel projects and ideas that blur the lines between function and form, the payoff is most definitely worth it. In the words of Stephen Sondheim: ‘Everybody faces a blank piece of paper, no matter what they’ve written or painted or composed before. I can’t imagine approaching every single new project without doubt.’”