• Introducing Colliers Engineering & Design

    Maser Consulting is now Colliers Engineering & Design
    PRESS RELEASE

    Maser Consulting, a national multi-discipline engineering design firm, is pleased to announce the completion of its rebranding as Colliers Engineering & Design.
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  • H. Allen Pope to Lead Transportation Construction Engineering

    Headshot of Allen Pope
    PRESS RELEASE

    Maser Consulting is pleased to announce that it has hired H. Allen Pope, PE as Geographic Discipline Leader for its Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI) services. He is based in the firm’s Wilmington, NC office.
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  • Michael Smith to Lead New Columbia Office

    Headshot of Michael Smith
    PRESS RELEASE

    Maser Consulting, a national multidiscipline consulting and engineering design firm, is pleased to announce it has hired Area Land Services Manager Michael Smith to lead the firm’s newly established office in Columbia.
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  • Darnetta Craig Joins Colliers Engineering & Design’s Water Resources Division

    Headshot of Darnetta Craig
    PRESS RELEASE

    Maser Consulting, a national multidiscipline consulting and engineering design firm, is pleased to announce that Darnetta D. Craig, PE has joined the firm as Senior Project Manager and the lead for the Water/Wastewater Division in the firm’s Pittsburgh office.
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  • Engineering a New Lifestyle

    Towns & Topics May/June Issue Cover
    Ronald Lezott, LEED AP, CPESC

    Now, more than ever, Americans want to work closer to home and have the flexibility to work from home if needed. Ronald Lezott talks about about this and how it affects trends in land development in the NY Association of Towns Talk of Towns & Topics May/June issue!
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  • Do You Really Know Your Assets?

    Suzanne Zitzman, GISP

    The northeastern U.S. has some of the oldest subsurface utility networks in the nation. Materials used 50 to 100 years ago are not the same as we use today when constructing utilities such as water, sewer and stormwater systems, and many of these materials may be approaching the end of their lifecycles. Older utility networks such as these can be somewhat of an unknown when owners are evaluating the location, condition and risk of failure of their assets.
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