• Colorado, Know Before You Dig!

    Denver Skyline
    Maraliese Beveridge

    With 31 offices nationwide, Maser Consulting has followed a path driven by opportunity to serve community needs. While most of its locations are along the eastern seaboard, the company has been veering west into Tennessee, Texas and New Mexico. But most recently, the firm took a hard jump into Colorado! Why you ask? To help ... Read More

  • Mobile LiDAR and its use for Curve Analysis

    Maraliese Beveridge

    Have you ever wondered who sets the traffic speed limit on a roadway curve sign? You know, the ones you see as you drive along a winding road or off-ramp with a speed advisory on it. It points the direction and posts a recommended speed usually somewhere between 10 and 35mph. To determine this speed, there's a science involved. Read ... Read More

  • My Name is SUE

    SUE rendering
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Subsurface Utility Engineering: Finding Hidden Infrastructure Beneath the ground, subsurface utilities weave intricate pathways of water, electric, sewer, gas, drainage, and communication lines. But even with the most vigilant maintenance programs, the eventual repair or replacement of these subterranean utilities is inevitable. So, while above ground infrastructure has the advantage of visual inspection, what about ... Read More

  • Maser Consulting Aids in Restoring Local New Jersey Communities

    Hoboken Community Redevelopment
    Maggy Fermo

    New Jersey Cities Redeveloping Local Communities Maser Consulting is proud to offer services to aid communities in their redevelopment projects. Recently, the Firm provided integrated engineering services for the cities of Hoboken and Camden; both projects offer the resident families, youth, and surrounding neighborhoods a place for activity, amusement, and economic growth. Hoboken Yard Redevelopment ... Read More

  • Hurricane Drones

    Hurricane Response Team Photo
    Maraliese Beveridge

    As a wave of deadly hurricanes (Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria) etched-out a pathway of destruction (August thru September), there were so many weather models it was difficult to see which path each storm would take. Like a lot of people, we wanted to jump in to help but had to pause just long enough ... Read More

  • LiDAR Eye Candy

    Geospatial Rail Tunnel
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Our friends at RIEGL USA were kind enough to give us this month’s Customer Spotlight, so we had the chance to hear what our Director of Geospatial Services, Paul DiGiacobbe, had to say on the all the great things we’ve been doing with our LiDAR scanners—ground, mobile and airborne! ... Read More