• Richard A. Brown Joins Construction Management Services

    Richard Brown headshot
    Press Release

    HEADQUARTERS/RED BANK, NJ – Maser Consulting PA, a multidiscipline consulting and engineering design firm, is pleased to announce Richard A. Brown has joined the firm as Geographic Discipline Leader for its Construction Project Management service line. Mr. Brown has more than 30 years of experience as a program management and project/construction management expert, phasing and
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  • Maureen Murphy Joins Maser Consulting’s Legal Team

    Maureen Murphy
    Press Release

    Maser Consulting P.A., a multidiscipline consulting and engineering design firm, is pleased to announce it has hired Maureen P. Murphy, Esq. as its new Corporate Counsel.
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  • Maser Consulting Acquires Craig Testing Laboratories

    Craig Testing Acquisition
    Press Release

    RED BANK/Headquarters, NJ– Maser Consulting PA, a national multidiscipline consulting and engineering design firm, is pleased to announce that it has acquired Craig Testing Laboratories of Mays Landing, NJ. Craig Testing Laboratories is a fully-accredited AASHTO and ACOE materials testing laboratory operation for soils, aggregate, concrete, and asphalt.
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  • Susan Swift Joins Maser Consulting Planning Division

    TAMPA BAY – Maser Consulting PA, a multidiscipline consulting and engineering design firm, is pleased to announce Susan Swift, AICP has joined the team as Geographic Discipline Leader of Planning Services.
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  • A Fresh Perspective on AICP

    AICP President Debbie Lawlor headshot

    As we look to the future, it is critical that the American Institute of Certified Planners continues to embrace the values of APA and the broader profession. This includes making a commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion in everything we do. We must also continue to engage with a new generation of planners and build upon the success of the AICP Candidate Pilot Program.
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  • Curve Advisory Speed Analysis Using Mobile LiDAR

    Highway curves speed analysis using mobile LiDAR
    Paul DiGiacobbe

    Based on the curvature geometry and superelevation, the safe travel speed for highway curves historically has been determined using conventional, boots-on-the ground survey methods which can cause inconsistencies in advisory speeds. Read on to see how utilizing mobile LiDAR is quickly becoming the tool of choice for accurately analyzing roadway curve to determine the advisory speed.
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