Christopher Borton establishes Borton Engineering Associates, Inc. to provide general civil engineering services in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
Thomas Lawson joins Chris, adding a structural engineering background.
Within the first year, the firm hires its first five employees - Ruth Lemanowicz, Michael Hannagan, William Bolton, David Yefko, and George Mehallo - all of whom are still with the firm.
Borton Engineering Associates, Inc. signs on a project with MotorWorld, as their first major client in Commercial Development industry. The project consisted of turning a field of coal mine waste into what is now the MotorWorld complex on route 315.
As the firm continues to grow its client base, Borton Engineering Associates adds survey to its service offerings.
Borton Engineering expands into working in the Industrial Infrastructure industry.
After four years, the firm changes its name to Borton-Lawson Engineering, Inc.
Borton-Lawson celebrates its 10-year anniversary!
Due to rapid growth, Borton-Lawson Engineering moves its office to its current location at East Mountain, Wilkes-Barre, PA.
Borton-Lawson adds Architecture experience and becomes a full service engineering and architecture design firm.
After sustained growth and success, the firm opens an office in Lehigh Valley.
Borton-Lawson begins to reorganize its firm’s structure into four divisions consisting of Civil Engineering, Building, Industrial, and Transportation, in order to streamline project management.
Borton-Lawson unveils its new black and gold logo.
As the Marcellus Shale boom hits Pennsylvania, Borton-Lawson expands into the Oil and Gas Industry to provide professional services to natural gas operators, local and county governments, industrial and office developers, and various businesses involved in the shale play.
Borton-Lawson expands westward in Pennsylvania and opens an office in Pittsburgh.
The firm celebrates its 25th anniversary!
Borton-Lawson is named to the Engineering News-Record (ENR) Top 500 design firms in the United States for the first time.
Borton-Lawson expands and opens its fifth office in Harrisburg, PA.