Rebrand: Maser Consulting is now officially Colliers Engineering & Design

Colliers announced Monday it has completed the rebranding of its subsidiary, Maser Consulting, to Colliers Engineering & Design to better align with its highly recognized global brand and platform.

Richard Maser, who will serve as chairman of Colliers Engineering & Design, said he is proud to be transitioning Maser’s longtime brand to Colliers. Maser’s was founded in Red Bank in 1984.

“As an essential part of the Colliers global service offering, our team shares its enterprising culture, partnership philosophy, decentralized management style and access to capital, which has already allowed us to accelerate our growth,” he said.

Colliers Engineering & Design bills itself as a trusted provider of multidiscipline engineering, design and consulting services to public- and private-sector clients.

Colliers Engineering & Design will employ more than 1,000 professionals operating from 36 offices throughout the United States and is led by an experienced leadership team that holds significant equity in the business under Colliers’ unique partnership philosophy.

Elias Mulamoottil, head of global strategic investments for Colliers, said the firm is well-positioned.

“Colliers Engineering & Design offers an essential, highly valued and recurring service within our outsourcing and advisory segment,” he said. “Expanding our expertise, market knowledge and service capabilities in existing and new markets will allow us to continue exceeding client expectations in the years to come.”

Colliers Engineering & Design CEO Kevin Haney agreed.

“Whether our client is a real estate owner, institution, government agency, contractor or consultant, our experienced professionals pride themselves on providing creative, customized and collaborative solutions to maximize the potential of client’s projects,” he said. “Moving forward, we are excited to leverage Colliers’ well-known and respected global platform, relationships and resources to assist our clients to fully optimize their opportunities and aspirations.”