• Working from Home…Am I Doing This Right?

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    Alexis Eades

    Before COVID-19, working from home was not the norm for most employees at Maser. Some may have longed for the chance to sleep in an extra hour or avoid that hectic commute. But no one could have imagined that we would all be forced to work from home for such a long time or the ... Read More

  • Construction Project Strategies During COVID

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    Maraliese Beveridge

    Watch Now Montvale Borough Engineer Andrew R. Hipolit, PE, PP, CME, CFM, CPWM discusses construction project strategies during the COVID pandemic, including navigating through the current grant and permitting processes in New Jersey. Discover how the Governor’s Executive Orders have impacted municipal projects, grants, NJDEP permits and construction. Maser Webinar Series This article is part ... Read More

  • A Look at GIS: You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby!

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    Maraliese Beveridge

    Discover and learn how a GIS program can help organize the management of key infrastructure assets! ... Read More

  • Forming Dynamic Partnership with Colliers International

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    Maser Consulting

    We recently announced that we’ve formalized an agreement selling a controlling share of Maser Consulting to Colliers International. Colliers is a leading global commercial real estate services and investment management firm and this partnership has created some very exciting opportunities for both companies. Please continue reading to find out what it means for all of us moving forward! ... Read More

  • Frontline Workers Say “Call Before You Dig”

    Alexis Eades

    811, Know Before You Dig We all know that we’re surrounded by utilities. But we don’t often think about how many of them are out of sight, underground. Whether you are a contractor, developer or a homeowner, if you plan to dig on your property, you might run the risk of accidentally hitting buried electric, ... Read More

  • Maintaining Pipe Casing Integrity

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    Elizabeth Bell

    Because gas or oil pipelines tend to be buried in soil or immersed in water, they are prone to corrosion. As such, statutes 192.467 and 195.575 from the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) state, “Buried or submerged pipelines must be electrically isolated from other underground metallic structures, unless the pipeline and the other structures ... Read More