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'Providing successful services builds a
certain level of trust with clients.'
CP, principal and director of human resources, to join the committee. As the eighth
member of a traditionally seven-member
board, she is the first female to join and only
"It's important to have the HR director in
the room when we are making the big decisions because no one is more in tune with
our people than Allison," Haney explains.
"She has been a big part of helping us maintain the internal family culture we have
tried to sustain within the firm and her
insight will improve the effectiveness of the
committee in aligning our staff 's experience
Maser Consulting's exponential growth
has been particularly concentrated over
the past five years, increasing its overall
staff from about 340 to nearly 800. "It's
pretty unique that we've almost tripled
the size of the firm and have been able to
maintain essentially the same internal
culture," Haney notes. "By providing ongoing educational opportunities for professional and personal growth, technology,
mentorship programs, team activities and
a pathway to success, we've created an
Consulting is providing
services for the Hoboken Yard
Redevelopment project, N.J.
environment that enables our employees
to have a positive work-life balance."
One of the elements that has grown from
this environment is philanthropy.
Compassion for other people began at
the top with Richard Maser's affinity for
generosity and helping others, and this
sentiment has taken roots deep within the
company. "If someone has an illness or
extenuating circumstances causing them
to be out of work for an extended period of
time, we have developed a formal process
whereby people can donate their PTO time
to that person either as time off or the monetary amount of their salary for those days,"
"Even though our offices are widespread
and every employee may not even know
every co-worker, generosity and giving
usually exceeds the need. Helping others
has been an intrinsic quality within the
firm since Richard started it 34 years ago."
Maser Consulting provided
engineering services for The
Asbury hotel in New Jersey.
Moving forward, Maser Consulting plans to
continue expanding in the Southeast because there is opportunity for future growth.
"We have grown an average of about 20
percent a year for the last five years and
now we are looking to maintain a healthy
growth rate," Haney says. "Our strategic plan
is to keep growing in different geographic
locations and continue backfilling offices
with more service lines."
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