July 27, 2017 4:42 PM ET

Construction and Engineering

Company Overview of M G MC LAREN, PC

Company Overview

M G MC LAREN, PC provides engineering, inspection, design, and management services for various project types. It offers structures services that include new building design, facility renovations/conversions, foundation design, structural system design, condition inspections/assessments, load rating, seismic design, feasibility studies, risk assessment, peer review, construction cost estimates, and special inspections, as well as structural additions, alterations, and repairs; and berthing and fendering system design, shoreline stabilization/seawall design, marina designs, port planning, under and above water inspections, waterfront facility master planning, high-and low-level platform design...

100 Snake Hill Road

West Nyack, NY 10994

United States

Founded in 1977

Phone:

845-353-6400

Fax:

845-353-6509

Key Executives for M G MC LAREN, PC

Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial & Operating Officer
Chief of Site/Civil Division and Senior Vice President
Chief of Entertainment Division and Vice President
Chief of Staff
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

M G MC LAREN, PC Key Developments

McLaren Engineering Group Expands to New Office in Downtown Orlando to Better Serve its Florida Clients

McLaren Engineering Group is expanding to a new office in downtown Orlando to better serve its Florida clients. The full-service engineering firm, now located at 201 North Magnolia Avenue, has doubled the size of its previous Orlando location. The Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting ceremony with business and civic leaders to celebrate the new office. Recently, McLaren worked with Cirque du Soleil La Nouba's Bamboo Aerial Act to safely bring the performance outdoors to downtown Orlando. McLaren reviewed the act's equipment, rigging and supporting structure to ensure the protection of the high-flying performers and the crowds. In northeast Orlando, McLaren performed structural engineering, construction administration, and design services for the 584,300-square-foot, Baldwin Harbor luxury residential complex, which opened in late 2016. Other regional projects include structural and mechanical design for scenery and rides in theme parks around the Orlando area. McLaren's Orlando office is led by Andrew Habel, P.E., a regional director for McLaren Engineering Group. Habel is a structural engineer with 11 years of experience in structural design and inspection services.

McLaren Engineering Group Launches Gondola Study to Connect Albany's Downtown with Albany-Rensselaer Train Station

McLaren Engineering Group announced the launch of a transportation feasibility study for an aerial gondola that would connect the Albany-Rensselaer Train Station to downtown Albany providing a new, reliable and efficient transportation option for commuters, visitors and tourists. The study will be managed out of McLaren's downtown Albany office by Peter Melewski, National Director of Strategic Planning. Currently, McLaren is self-funding the study and assembling a team to execute it. The team includes Doppelmayr. Gondola systems, comprising a series of cable cars, can be constructed at a fraction of the cost and time frame required for traditional rail systems. No bridges or tunnels are necessary, and a well-designed system can be up and running within two years. Additionally, cable cars can cross obstacles easily, are safe for passengers, offer views of the city and are environmentally friendly with no emissions.

McLaren Engineering Group Opens New Office in Downtown

McLaren Engineering Group announced that it is opening its newest office at 5 Clinton Square in downtown Albany's Patroon Building to serve its growing roster of public and private sector clients. The apital Region Chamber and the Downtown Albany Business Improvement District (BID) held a ribbon cutting with Mayor Kathy Sheehan, County Executive Daniel McCoy and other regional leaders to celebrate the new office. McLaren's clients in the region include the Albany Port District Commission, EYP Architecture & Engineering, Harrison & Burrowes Bridge Constructors, Kirchhoff-Consigli Construction Management, New York State Department of Transportation, New York State Office of General Services, New York State Power Authority, New York State Thruway Authority/Canal Corporation and Saratoga Associates.

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