• Engineering a Safe Back to School

    Vector image of online learning and masked students
    Alexis Eades

    Engineering a New Normal It’s the end of September, and the past month has been very different for everyone. Across the country, schools have not agreed whether to be online, in-person, or hybrid. Each district has chosen a different path. Public, private, K-12, university, every school is dealing with the uncertainty that has become such ... Read More

  • Maser Consulting Receives Governor’s Occupational Safety & Health Awards

    Maser Consulting

    Dedicated to safety, Maser Consulting has been making great strides in continuing to reduce job-related injury and illness and has received commendations for having a great safety record for the past two years. To reinforce the firm’s dedication to continuing to promote a safe environment, it recently hired Lisa DeBenedetto as full time Health & ... Read More

  • Municipalities Unite at the 2015 NJSLOM Conference & NJSME Awards

    Maser Consulting

    In New Jersey, the largest municipal event by far is heralded in by the NJ State League of Municipalities’ (NJSLOM) Annual Conference held within the casinos of Atlantic City, NJ. This 3-day long event is filled with handshaking, info-booths, making friends, enjoying the festivities, developing business contacts and a chance to compare notes with any one of the 565 municipalities ... Read More

  • 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

  • Stay Cool, Stay Safe

    Maser Consulting

    With the recent heat advisories in the Tri-State region, it’s important to be aware of heat-related illnesses and how to prevent them. The risk of these illnesses dramatically increases when the heat index climbs to 90 degrees or more, and our heat index is reaching well into the upper-90’s. For all of our outdoor workers, ... Read More