Woodcliff Lake-based McLaren Engineering Group announced Wednesday that Jeremy Billig has been named president of the firm.
Billig’s appointment follows the company’s board-driven growth plan which includes recent expansions in New Jersey and Philadelphia, and the addition of several senior leaders.
Billig, most recently the firm’s vice president and New York City regional director, will lead McLaren along with Malcolm McLaren, chief executive officer and founder.
During his 15-year tenure at McLaren, Billig has directed a range of engineering projects while starting and growing the New York City office to over 40 staff.
As the firm has expanded, Billig has managed McLaren’s organizational planning efforts, including supporting the firm’s merger and acquisition activity and developing a scalable structure to accommodate growth.
An accomplished engineer, Billig has worked across the firm’s 10 markets, ranging from entertainment venues and health care facilities to comprehensive structural work and restoration of landmarked buildings. His standout projects include the Longacre Theatre renovation in New York City and construction engineering design work for the Pulaski Skyway bridge rehabilitation in New Jersey.