• Avoiding Social Faux Pas at Work

    Alexis Eades

    Being a twenty-something is weird, especially socially. Through school, we could fairly easily predict social expectations. You knew that connecting on social media with the kid sitting next to you in class was ok. You knew which professors encouraged students to argue dissenting opinions. And of course, that drinking to excess was encouraged by the mainstream culture. ... Read More

  • Lake Carasaljo: Keeping Stormwater Runoff at Bay

    Alexis Eades

    A coworker here at Maser once told me that we don’t just fix problems, we fix problems and then make it pretty. A recent project in New Jersey, the Brick Township MUA Lake Carasaljo Stormwater Improvements, is the perfect example of this. ... Read More

  • Drone Safety: Be Aware in the Air!

    Alexis Eades

    The FAA has proclaimed the Week of November 4th National Drone Safety Awareness Week! With all the hub-bub from above, it's hard not to notice that drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (aka UAVs), are everywhere. Above our heads taking birds-eye view photos and videos of gatherings, events, sports, real estate, it's also hard not to wonder how safe they are to operate. Read on to gain some insight about this and follow our Drone Safety posts all week on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook! ... Read More

  • Performance Evaluations and Doing Them Right

    performance evaluation meeting
    Alexis Eades

    Throughout school, essays and presentations are judged based on explicit rubrics, exams are generally True/False or multiple choice, and grades are determined by adding up the amount of points one has earned in a fairly objective way. How hard one has worked, how helpful he/she has been, and how much one ACTUALLY CONTRIBUTED to that ... Read More

  • Oakwood Park Becomes Hybrid Turf Field

    Alexis Eades

    The Transformation to a Hybrid Turf Field So, picture this. It’s the early spring of 2016 in New Providence, NJ. You’re a kid rushing home from school to play soccer with your friends at the local park. But when you get there, you’re bummed to find the park is closed! It rained a few days ago, ... Read More

  • Finding the Right Engineering Internship for You

    Students working at engineering internship
    Alexis Eades

    It’s that time of year again when college students are looking for internships. We know there are many prospective interns trying to find a place that is right for them. As an intern myself, I know there are certain things one looks for in an internship. Like more learning and less coffee runs. So, how ... Read More