Borton-Lawson Hosts High School Students

Chuck-BattleBorton-Lawson was pleased to host a group of high school students from Columbia-Montour Area Vocational-Technical School today. The group visited our Wilkes-Barre office and met with two of our mechanical designers Chuck Battle & Matt Pasukinis and civil designer Jacob Hauptmann. Our designers showed the students some of the work they do, how they create 3D designs, what those models eventually look like, and the software used to design them.

Happy Accountant’s Day!

Today we recognize the efforts and hard work of our Accounting Department – Judy Bloom, Maryann Cooney, Ruth Lemanowicz, Donna Persing, Rose Puterbaugh and Cynthia Tressler – who keep our company’s finances and financial strategy healthy. Thanks for all you do!

Accounting Day 2015

Please Welcome Joseph Pudlosky

Pudlosky, JosephBorton-Lawson welcomes Joseph Pudlosky to our Wilkes-Barre office. Joe joins our Oil & Gas Facility team as an Electrical Designer.

Joe holds two degrees from Penn State University – a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology & an A.A.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology.

Please join us in welcoming Joe aboard!

Borton-Lawson Places on 2015 Leadership 500 Awards List

Borton-Lawson has earned a spot on the 2015 Leadership 500 Awards list, which recognizes exceptional leadership development programs throughout the world. For the past 30 years, Leadership Excellence, now a part of has identified and recognized the top 500 leadership organizations and their strategies and solutions in their yearly ranking. Borton-Lawson placed on the midsized company list.

The Borton-Lawson Leadership Development Institute (BLDI), a leadership program designed to develop employees for future leadership roles, and advancement opportunities within the organization, helped earn the firm a spot on the prestigious list. The one-year program pairs mentors with class participants, and helps drive critical leadership traits to create well- rounded leaders.

“Our people are at the core of everything we do,” Borton-Lawson CEO Christopher Borton said, “We are proud to be a locally-grown, locally-owned firm that looks out for the well-being and professional development of all our employees. We are setup in a way that we can offer employees with a variety of skillsets and backgrounds opportunities to accomplish all their goals here and grow with us.”

Building on the success of BLDI, Borton-Lawson is pleased to announce an innovative, employee-based professional development program, Career Compass.

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