LAN opens Sussex County office, its fifth overall, for growing surveying team

LAN Associates has continued its recent expansion with the opening of a new office in Vernon, in what will be the dedicated home of its growing surveying department.

LAN executive promoted, named company’s first-ever COO

LAN Associates has tapped a longtime engineer and executive with the firm as its first-ever chief operating officer.

LAN, local officials mark start of Monmouth County preschool expansion

LAN Associates is touting the start of a project to expand and renovate a preschool in the Monmouth County borough of Keansburg.

LAN names new assistant vice presidents after promotions in marketing, South Jersey office

LAN Associates has announced a series of promotions, including the addition of two new assistant vice presidents at the architectural and engineering firm.

LAN Associates announces new hire in interior design, expanding service lines

LAN Associates has expanded its offerings with the addition of a new senior interior designer.

LAN Associates opens new office in Voorhees, amid growing demand in South Jersey

LAN Associates, a full-service architecture and engineering firm, has expanded its footprint with the opening of a new office in southern New Jersey.

LAN announces new director of architecture in New Jersey

LAN Associates has named a new director of architecture for New Jersey as part of the leadership team for the Midland Park-based firm.

LAN Associates extends, plans renovation at Midland Park headquarters

LAN Associates has recommitted to its longtime home in Midland Park, while detailing plans to renovate the 20,000-square-foot space over the next year.

Long-awaited senior living community on the horizon in Wyckoff, Hawthorne

A health care operator is marching toward the start of construction for a long-planned, 199-unit retirement community in Wyckoff and Hawthorne, in what will be the last major piece of its footprint within the two North Jersey municipalities.

A white knight for Whitehouse Station

For all the buzz around walkable, urban submarkets and higher-density workplaces, our readers have never lost interest in the fate of the Merck property in Whitehouse Station. I was reminded of that on Jan. 3, when a story about a potential buyer for the complex quickly became the most-read item we’ve ever had on