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Carl McGloughlin Installed as ASHE East Penn President

April 17, 2015

Congratulations to our Carl McGloughlin on recently being installed as President of the American Society for Highway Engineers’ (ASHE) East Penn Section! Carl served as 1st Vice President for the past year prior to becoming the Chapter’s President. He was installed as part of the East Penn Section’s April dinner at the Hotel Bethlehem earlier this month. This is a tremendous and well-deserved honor for Carl, who is a key component of our Highway Infrastructure Unit and Lehigh Valley office. Please join us in congratulating the new President of ASHE East Penn, Carl McGloughlin!

Stephen Boone Tabbed as Forty Under 40 Honoree by Lehigh Valley Business

April 9, 2015

Borton-Lawson congratulates Stephen Boone on being chosen as one of the 2015 Lehigh Valley Business Forty Under 40 honorees! An independent panel of judges has recognized Stephen for the outstanding contributions he has made to the Greater Lehigh Valley, both in the engineering industry and community. Mr. Boone is a valuable member of Borton-Lawson’s Highway Infrastructure team. Please join us in congratulating him on this tremendous honor!

Borton-Lawson Vice President Tom Maheady Talks Importance of STEM Courses

April 7, 2015

Borton-Lawson Vice President Tom Maheady, who is also the co-chair of the Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association, was recently interviewed by the Citizens Voice about the importance of offering STEM courses to all high school students to help ensure that there is a well-trained, local workforce available to service the Marcellus Shale industry for many years to come.

Check out the Citizens Voice article

Borton-Lawson Sponsors Engineering Olympics at Wilkes University

April 3, 2015

Borton-Lawson was a proud sponsor of Wilkes University’s annual Engineering Olympics, which featured 11 high school teams from throughout northeastern and eastern Pennsylvania. The Engineering Olympics aims to excite and inform high schools students about the engineering profession and give them an opportunity to apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios. Schools compete in five hands-on activities in environmental, electrical and mechanical engineering fields.

Borton-Lawson is committed to helping foster interest in the engineering fields, and ensuring the long-term sustainability of the industry.

Check of the Times Leader’s coverage of the event!

John Caperilla Represents Lehigh Valley ASCE at Legislative Fly-in

April 2, 2015

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently held its 15th annual Legislative Fly-In in Washington, DC, bringing 200 ASCE members from 46 states and the District of Columbia together to learn about issues affecting the civil engineering profession and then share their viewpoints on those matters with elected officials on Capitol Hill. Borton-Lawson’s John Caperilla, EIT attended and represented the Lehigh Valley Section of ASCE. John joined several other ASCE leaders from the four Pennsylvania sections to speak with Senate and Congressional leaders, and inform them of key issues in the civil engineering industry.

Christopher Hetro, PE Recently Featured by the National Society of Professional Engineers' (NSPE) Member Spotlight

April 2, 2015

Christopher Hetro, PE was recently featured by the National Society of Professional Engineers' (NSPE) Member Spotlight, which highlights the achievements of selected members each month.

Check out Chris' profile at the NSPE website

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Milestones

Borton-Lawson Recognized as ENR Top 500 Design Firm

May 27, 2014

Marking its third year on the Engineering New-Record’s (ENR) Top 500 Design List, Borton-Lawson is proud to announce its ranking as the nation’s 485 largest engineering/architecture (E/A) firm. This rank places the firm in the top one percent of all E/A firms in the United States (US).

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