McLaren Engineering Group, a full-service engineering firm serving 10 markets, recently announced it has ranked No. 15 on the Crain’s New York Business 2019 list of largest engineering firms.
“This recognition is a testament to the expertise McLaren provides and our commitment to clients. Over the past year, we experienced company-wide growth – expanding our portfolio, widening our regional footprint and recruiting top talent,” said Jeremy Billig, president, McLaren Engineering Group. “As we continue this upward trend, we’re thrilled that Crain’s New York Business has credited us as one of the largest engineering firms in the metro area.”
McLaren has designed and engineered some of the New York area’s most complex and iconic projects – including high-rise mixed-use developments at 416 and 420 Kent in Williamsburg, Domino Park in Brooklyn, Post Avenue Bridge in Westbury, signage in Times Square, the White Plains Hospital Center’s reconstruction and renovation, and over 20 terminal expansions for the NYC Ferry.
McLaren has also been widely recognized for its extraordinary entertainment engineering, which includes work in nearly every Broadway theater, and work on over 100 Broadway productions including the Tony Award-winning “Hadestown.”
Since the firm was founded in 1977, it has completed more than 15,000 projects and grown to employ 250 staff across 11 offices.
“The Crain’s recognition comes on the heels of significant growth and momentum at McLaren, with expansions in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania,” said Malcolm G. McLaren, founder and CEO of McLaren Engineering Group. “We are continuing to expand our offerings to serve a diverse, g-lobal client base.”