• Engineering Students Building Their Future

    Maraliese Beveridge

    People get into engineering to solve problems, to make improvements within a community. Building bridges, resurrecting viable properties through remediation, or surveying more than just land with laser technology is fascinating. But every once in a while something occurs that is truly amazing. Allison Outwater, a young engineer employed at Maser Consulting, is an EIT ... Read More

  • Simple Solutions: New Floors, Fewer Germs

    Mallory Reardon

    A key component of Maser Consulting’s corporate culture supports individuals who use their training and skills in charitable endeavors to improve the lives and communities around them. Our Simple Solutions blog series shines the spotlight on people who share this passion for using their talents to discover easy innovations that positively impact the world. Imagine if one ... Read More

  • Engineering Woman Makes a Difference

    Maraliese Beveridge

    As March marks Women in History month, notable women from around the world are celebrated and honored for their accomplishments. Some emerge as leaders throughout their careers, and at Maser Consulting P.A., one such woman has been standing out within our industry and in the lives of others: Hanifa Johnson. Born and raised in Newark, Hanifa discovered ... Read More

  • Engineers Without Borders

    Mallory Reardon

    At its heart, engineering is a problem-solving profession. Whether a project involves designing a new roadway, repairing a damaged bridge, rehabilitating a building, or searching for ways to utilize alternative energy sources, an engineer’s work often centers on improving communities and the lives of the people within them. With problem-solving and community improvement so essential ... Read More