Thanks and best wishes to our six summer interns – Corey Gallagher (Marketing), Gia Panagakos (Human Resources), Joseph Amendola (Architecture), Michael Ambrulavage (Highway Infrastructure), Seth Gulich and Zachary Wattles (Survey) – for all your hard work and meaningful contributions to our firm’s successes this summer.
Our interns met with Borton-Lawson CEO Christopher Borton and Human Resources Director Doreen Rushton yesterday afternoon to discuss their experiences and time here. They were then treated to a “thank-you” dinner last night in appreciation of all their contributions this summer.
Best of luck to our talented interns as they begin to head back to school and begin the fall semester!
Eight of our employees celebrated their graduation from Borton-Lawson’s Leadership Development Institute (BLDI) program last night at Ruth Chris with the firm’s Leadership Team.
BLDI is a leadership program designed to develop informed and committed leaders within Borton-Lawson. The one-year program pairs mentors with class participants and helps drive critical leadership traits to create well-rounded leaders. The program equips candidates to take roles of increased responsibility.
This year’s graduates are, A.J. Speicher, Brian Kutz, Matthew Archey, Carl McGloughlin, Chad Keating, Craig Bound, David Vogel, and Ryan Rostocki.
Borton-Lawson is pleased to announce Heather J. Heeter has joined the firm’s Lehigh Valley office, where she will serve as the Highway Design Service Leader and Sr. Project Manager in the Highway Infrastructure unit.
Ms. Heeter has 14 years of experience as a highly effective leader of major highway infrastructure projects throughout Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe, Northampton and Schuylkill Counties. Heather’s extensive background and understanding of the NEPA environmental process, transportation funding, and the complete project delivery process will serve as a foundation for the Borton-Lawson team to successfully deliver complex level projects on interstates and toll roads..
Ms. Heeter is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in structural design and construction engineering and an associate’s degree in architectural engineering.
Please join us in welcoming Heather to the Borton-Lawson team!
Borton-Lawson is pleased to welcome Nicholas Licciardi to our Pittsburgh office. Nicholas joins our Energy Services team as a Civil Designer.
He is a 2013 graduate of West Virginia University with a degree in Civil Engineering.
Please join us in welcoming Nicholas to Borton-Lawson!
Borton-Lawson is pleased to announce an internal campaign that will help us become more environmentally friendly by reducing our use of paper. The Waste Reduction and Alternative Print (WRAP) initiative will help us achieve environmental and cost-saving goals by focusing on one key area of unnecessary waste – printing.
To help raise awareness of our printing output, Borton-Lawson will have a contest for employees to guess how many pages were printed firm-wide in June 2015.
Going forward, our teams will closely monitor and report on monthly page counts to track usage and trends. They will then analyze those reports to create and improve workflows, which will reduce misprints and overall usage.
Join us in this effort to help create a more environmentally friendly, paperless world! Remember, “Think Before You Print!”