Borton-Lawson was proud to be among the local manufacturers and service-providing firms to win an Excellence Award at the annual Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association (MAEA) dinner.
Borton-Lawson won the Process Improvement award for its continued investment in state-of-the-art engineering technology that streamlines construction and helps to make engineering costs more predictable. Borton-Lawson Vice President Tom Maheady was on hand to accept to award.
Several technological advances are fostering revolutionary changes in engineering design within manufacturing facilities. These developments help bring schedule and construction savings by getting out in front of the construction with standardized construction documents. Through this process, engineering costs become predictable, and construction planning and as-builting becomes streamlined.
Borton-Lawson continues to advance in these hardware and software technologies. Our designs, now done in 3D, offer our clients lower construction times through prefabrication, less change orders through detailed design, ability to access to hard-to-reach areas, and a fully-documented asset inventory that can be accessed remotely.
Congratulations to the other Excellence Award winners.
Check out the Republican Herald’s coverage of the dinner.