Red Bank, N.J. — Maser Consulting P.A., a national multi-discipline engineering firm, established a new office in Pittsburgh — its fourth office in Pennsylvania. This new location affirms the company’s strategic plan to expand geographically while providing increased service to its public and private clients within the western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and West Virginia regions.

Adam Henger, Regional Business Development Director and Chris Grady, Business Development Executive, have been hired to lead the firm’s commitment to implementing a complete array of services at this location. 

“Our firm has been embedded in Pennsylvania for almost a decade serving the greater Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia communities,” stated Kevin L. Haney, President/COO of Maser Consulting P.A. “This new office enables us to better serve our clients by strengthening coverage within the state.”

Maser Consulting has been involved with many viable projects within the state, wholly or in sync with local entities. Some of its most notable work includes projects for Temple University, Williams Transco Constitution pipeline, Philadelphia Airport, Walt Whitman Bridge Toll Plaza, Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, Philadelphia Airport, and the Hoover-Mason Trestle in Bethlehem which just won Engineering News Record’s Best of the Best Award for Landscape/Urban Development project in both mid-Atlantic and national competitions.