Maser Consulting merging with KZA Engineering
Tina Grady Barbaccia | December 7, 2011
Maser Consulting P.A., based in Red Bank, N.J., is pleased to announce that it is merging with KZA Engineering P.A., based in Manasquan, N.J.
As a result of this merging, Maser Consulting will employ 325 professionals throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.
“Our merging with KZA will enable Maser Consulting to expand our footprint across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions,” said Richard M. Maser, P.E., P.P., C.M.E., CEO/president of Maser Consulting, in a press release. “KZA brings a high level of corporate experience to Maser Consulting that will complement our core services and expand our offerings to Visual Arts, including 3D and computer generated animations.”
Maser Consulting is a multi-discipline engineering consulting firm with a broad range of client experience. The company offers a comprehensive suite of engineering services and has an expert staff of engineers, planners, surveyors, landscape architects and environmental scientists.
KZA Engineering is a 50-person full service engineering firm with offices in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia. KZA is a multi-discipline engineering consulting firm with more than 27 years of experience in the corporate retail and commercial industries.
“Rich Maser and I have been close business colleagues for the past 25 years and the merging of our companies makes sense as we have similar corporate cultures and a roster of experienced engineers and consultants,” said Richard Kenderian, KZA CEO and president, in a written statement. “Maser Consulting’s information technology infrastructure, management team and staff of experienced professionals will enable us to provide our clients with the same responsiveness and high quality service that they have come to expect from us with expanded services and regional reach.”
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