• Maser Consulting & LDDI: Partners in Real Time Education

    S. Maurice Rached, PE, PTOE

    Introducing a creative curriculum through Virginia Tech's Land Development Design Initiative (LDDI) program, provides students with real world project information while setting design program criteria to enable students to fully experience the land development design processes. Maser Consulting is committed to professional development through education and is proud to be a partner of the LDDI program.
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  • A Perspective on Redevelopment

    David G. Roberts, AICP/PP, LLA, RLA, LEED-AP ND, LEED-AP BD&C

    The NJ Association of Planners and Zoning Administrators (NJAPZA) has graciously given us its permission to reprint the article entitled A Perspective on Redevelopment, by David Glynn Roberts, AICP/PP, LLA, RLA, LEED-AP NP, LEED-BD&C which appeared in the Association’s Fall 2016 Edition Newsletter. A special thanks goes out to Jackie Zelinka for her assistance in giving us this opportunity!
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  • Maser Consulting Hires Matthew Speath, PE to Lead Miami Civil Site Services

    Press Release

    May 26, 2016 –Red Bank, NJ – Maser Consulting P.A., a national engineering firm headquartered in Red Bank, NJ, is pleased to announce that it has hired Matthew S. Speath, PE, LEED AP as Geographic Discipline Leader for Civil and Site Development services based in its Miami, FL office. Mr. Speath has over 14 years
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  • Property Recycling – Biggest Brownfield in New Jersey

    Civil & Structural Engineer

    Most New Jerseyans still remember the iconic Dutch Boy Paint sign on the National Lead site as you drove over the southbound side of the Garden State Parkway bridge. The huge unassuming Dutch Boy hovering over a celluloid lake was hard to miss.
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  • Maser Consulting’s Secret To Success: Diversify Your Skills and Your Projects

    NJ Biz Interview

    Maser Consulting embodies the diversification philosophy of founder Richard Maser, which is why the Red Bank-based firm can develop a waterfront project in Sayreville, survey land in Alaska and work on flood control in Ghana.
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