February 27, 2015
Craig Bound challenges himself daily to never settle for the status quo. Consistently improving work flow and finding solutions to help streamline business processes are what drives Borton-Lawson’s Network Administrator each day.
“We have a culture in which we are always striving to improve our processes, with the goal of continually increasing efficiencies across the company,” he said. “With our high level of commitment to servicing the client and sophisticated technical applications, there are no shortage of opportunities to learn new applications and improve business process models.”
Craig came to Borton-Lawson as an IT Systems Administrator in 2010. Since then, his role and responsibilities within the IT Department and the company have continued to expand. Currently, he plays an active role in the planning, implementation, and managing of application rollouts.
February 25, 2015
Borton-Lawson welcomes Jonathan Raad to our Wilkes-Barre office. Jonathan joins Borton-Lawson as a Jr. Mechanical Designer in our Oil & Gas Facilities group.
A graduate of Syracuse University with three degrees - Energy, International Relations, Middle Eastern Studies - Jonathan is from Greenwood Lake, NY.
Please join us in welcoming Jonathan aboard.
February 25, 2015
Borton-Lawson welcomes Matthew Petrosky to our Wilkes-Barre office. Matthew joins our IT Department as a Technician.
A graduate of Luzerne County Community College with a degree in Computer Information Systems, Matthew comes to Borton-Lawson after working at C3i.
He is from Hanover Township and attended Hanover Area High School.
Please join us in welcoming Matt aboard.
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).