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1 services Architecture Automation Bridge Design Electrical Design Environmental Facilities Engineering Highway Design Land Development Landscape Architecture Imagination. Delivered. Land Surveying Mechanical Design Municipal Services Structural Design Traffic & Signal Design Water Resources Water & Wastewater Imagination. Delivered.

2 introducing our company Who is Borton-Lawson? services Architecture Automation Bridge Design Electrical Design Environmental Facilities Engineering Highway Design Land Development Landscape Architecture Land Surveying Mechanical Design Municipal Services Structural Design Traffic & Signal Design Water Resources Water & Wastewater We are a team of design professionals working together to make our client s vision a reality. Our diverse staff includes engineers, architects, environmental scientists, surveyors, technical designers, and administrative team members. What do we do each day? We work to protect our environment through brownfield restoration and the revitalization of our Downtowns. We re on the cutting edge of technology discovering better ways for our clients to be more efficient resulting in cleaner living. We design roads and bridges, energy efficient buildings and homes, as well as water and sewer systems that shape and improve the communities in which we live. We provide solutions for manufacturers, developers, and governments to help them reach their bottom line and compete in today s global economy. Our designs are realized in schools, hospitals, entertainment complexes, parks, highways, and in the products we use each day. Our services are characterized by quality and innovation proven by our growing list of awardwinning projects and client feedback. Our investment in technology and communication allow us to do our work more efficiently. Our staff has a reputation of reliability, attention to detail, and a client-focused approach that sets us apart from the competition. You will see that integrity and respect are core values of Borton- Lawson, and those qualities are evident in our business practices. Our team is passionate about what we do using our experience to educate and serve our community. Our dynamic growth has allowed us to attract innovative thinkers who seek challenging work and rewarding careers. Our management staff supports the success of each individual, providing each member with personal satisfaction and company pride. Our mission truly is to make our client s vision a reality! This is Borton-Lawson. making our client s vision a reality

3 architecture Your vision is unique. That is why it deserves unique attention. Borton-Lawson Architecture believes our clients deserve our utmost consideration throughout the entire design process. We strive to educate our clients about this process and encourage our clients to express their thoughts and ideas. Communication is the most critical element of an imaginative design and a functional space. Our design work begins with thoughtful questions about your expectations. Similarly, in-house communication of our project team will provide you with the latest in building systems and efficient layout of utility services in order to maximize construction value including our increasing experience with green design. Our work is not complete until every contractor has satisfied your high standards for documentation and construction. To create spaces that enhance the comfort and efficiency of our clients through the effective integration of systems, aesthetics, and economics Additions Building Information Modeling Facility Assessments Historic Preservation LEED Design New Construction Renovations Space Planning

4 automation Borton-Lawson s full automation project services include preparation of specifications, electrical drawings, PLC, SCADA and historian programming, integration, testing and commissioning. Borton-Lawson s automation team, combined with in-house engineering services, panel building, and other available resources provide a complete turn key solution. Borton-Lawson is a GEFanuc Proficy Solution Provider authorized system integrator. Control System Engineering/Design Services System Integration PLC Programming SCADA Development Historian Development Validation Services Control Panel Design System Documentation Network Integration Automation Evaluations Component Specification Statistical Process Control P&ID Development Electrical/Mechanical Interface Bridge Inspections Bridge Rehabilitation/Widening Complex Bridges Culverts Design/Build Drainage Structures Grade Separation Structures Retaining Walls Sound Barriers Temporary Bracing/Shoring Waterway Crossings bridge design Our list of award-winning bridge designs and the diverse nature of bridge projects by our experienced staff best illustrates Borton-Lawson s leadership role in the transportation industry. Whether it be the design of new or replacement structures, inspection and rehabilitation design, or design-build of major river crossings, our team of bridge designers can deliver bridge projects that are cost-effective solutions tailored to our client s requirements and schedule, including emergency bridge replacements under extremely short time constraints. We provide innovative and functional solutions to complex structural problems. Supported Systems Rockwell Software Allen Bradley GEFanuc Proficy Wonderware Siemens Modicon Cognex/DVT Vision Systems

5 environmental We have an outstanding reputation in wetlands, permitting, planning, and site assessment. The team of professionals in our environmental section bring a broad range of experience managing projects from land development to brownfield redevelopment to recreation and conservation planning. Our clients benefit from the collective expertise, solid understanding, and common-sense approach of our environmental team. a Biological Assessments Brownfield Redevelopment & Abandoned Mineland Reclamation Environmental Impact Studies Habitat Assessments Land-use Planning Phase I/II Environmental Assessments Recreation & Conservation Planning Regulatory Permits (NPDES, E&S, sewage discharge, PADEP) Stream/River Restoration Wetlands Identification/ Mitigation Design

6 facilities engineering The vision of our Facilities Engineering Group is to help clients achieve their goals while increasing efficiency and reducing energy consumption. We specialize in the intricacies of the manufacturing environment and have experience with design in various types of facilities. This experience combined with our unique combination of capabilities and our track record of carefully listening to clients can provide your project with an unmatched level of service. Using our expertise in your industry is what we do best. We combine four major areas of Facilities Engineering: Mechanical, Electrical, Structural, and Automation and Controls with Borton-Lawson s full service Civil and Architecture capabilities to offer a comprehensive solution to your design needs. Our goal is to provide solutions that enhance productivity. To help our clients reach their bottom line while increasing efficiency and reducing energy consumption, in turn, leaving a smaller footprint on the earth Mechanical Design We have the resources to handle a wide variety of mechanical projects from commercial buildings to hospitals to industrial process work. Our experience includes clients who are considering renovations, expansions, and new construction projects. Boiler and Auxiliary Steam Systems Chilled Water Systems Compressed Air Systems Energy Audits HVAC Systems Medical Gas Systems Plumbing and Fire Protection Systems Process Water Systems Water Treatment Plants and Wastewater Plants Electrical Design We offer our client s Electrical Service Design as part of to address safety concerns, prepare studies and reports on existing conditions, retrofit and renovate electrical systems in facilities, and perform building inspections. Electrical Service Design Energy Usage Analyses Fire Alarm Design Interior Lighting Design Site Lighting Design Special System Design Telephone/Data Design Structural Design Borton-Lawson provides an extensive range of Structural Design services to support Industrial and Commercial environments. Services include preparation of studies and reports, drawings, specifications, construction services, and shop drawing preparation. Our costeffective designs can be fully integrated into the overall project. Concrete Design Conventional and Deep Foundation Design Equipment Foundations and Supports Fabrication Drawings and Bills of Material Feasibility Studies and Condition Surveys Finite Element Analysis and Modeling Overhead Material Handling Systems Refractory Layout and Detailing Retaining Walls Seismic Analysis and Design Shoring and Underpinning Design Special Structures Steel Design Utility Bridges and Support Towers Wood Framing Automation & Controls Our automation group frequently supports Facilities Engineering projects with unique solutions and applications of the latest technology from the plant floor through the IT environment.

7 highway design Our Transportation Division has a proven track record of successfully completing highway design on time and within budget. Our clients have been impressed time and time again with our unique service, project management skills, and responsiveness. Borton-Lawson s experienced team is able to solve environmental challenges, budgetary constraints, and project issues efficiently and effectively. Our clients also benefit from our expertise in traffic planning, bridge design, and environmental services. Corridor Studies Erosion and Sedimentation Control Geometric Design Grading/Drainage Design Interchange/Intersection Design Permitting Safety Studies Traffic & Signal Design Utility Clearance Work Zone Traffic Control Our goal is to make each project as simple as possible for the client

8 land development A solid understanding of the area s environment, infrastructure, regulations, economy, and demographics is the foundation for land development. Our clients trust our professional guidance and benefit from our experience and familiarity with zoning issues, local codes, and officials. Boundary and Topographic Surveying Commercial Business Parks Commercial Land Development Environmental Permitting Landscape Architecture Master Plans Residential Subdivisions Sewage Collection/Treatment Design Stormwater Management/ Hydraulics Traffic Studies/Highway Improvements Trail Design Water Supply and Distribution Our clients trust our professional guidance and rely on our expertise to get them through the regulatory approval process. Wetland Delineation/ Mitigation Permitting

9 landscape architecture land surveying Landscape Architecture links functional, regulatory, and aesthetic considerations into comprehensive site designs. Our Landscape Architecture team collaborates closely with our in-house design professionals to develop unified and implementable site plan designs and masterplans. Landscape Design Site Analysis & Planning Sports/Recreation Brownfields Remediation Urban Revitalization Site Amenities LEED Design Trail Design Master Plans Surveying has grown into a high technology field through the advances in computer and satellite technology. Consistent with our philosophy, we equip our survey staff with the finest survey equipment, such as Global Positioning System (GPS) and state-of-the-art data collection and mapping software. Meeting last minute deadlines is our specialty with plenty of experienced team members and extra equipment to get the job done fast. Borton-Lawson s survey team has the resources to quickly complete surveys of all sizes and types. These include ALTA surveys, topographic, boundary, and we can also provide other firms with the manpower they need during busy times or on very large projects. Our equipment and software allows compatibile with virtually any CAD format or required deliverable. Aerial Mapping ALTA/ACSM Surveys Boundary Surveys Large Tract Surveys Right-of-Way Subdivisions Topographic Surveys Utility Surveys

10 municipal engineering traffic&signal design Our engineers and planning professionals have significant experience serving municipal clients throughout the State of Pennsylvania. We provide design and oversight of significant public works projects as well as consultation with regulatory matters including zoning and subdivision ordinance preparation, comprehensive planning, and consultation to planning bodies. We also consult for numerous Water and Sewer Authorities and are experienced in planning and design of water and wastewater facilities. Act 537 Planning Capital Improvement Projects Comprehensive Planning Funding Assistance It is said that the average person will spend two weeks over their lifetime waiting for the traffic light to change. Our experience and technical skills have improved traffic flow and efficiency on many roads, minimizing frustration and maximizing safety. Highway Capacity Analysis Origin and Destination Studies Point of Access Studies Signing and Pavement Markings Traffic Analysis Traffic Counts Traffic Signal/Network Design Work-Zone Traffic Control Municipal Consultation Roadway and Infrastructure Projects Sewage Collection/Treatment Stormwater Management Water Supply/Treatment/ Distribution Zoning/Subdivision Ordinances

11 water resources Our reputable Water Resources Section consists of professionals specializing in the water resources engineering field. Using the latest technology and GIS capabilities allow us to apply an innovative and integrated approach to solving water resource related problems that traditional firms may not consider. From hydrologic/hydraulic data collection to groundwater protection plans, our clients have sought our services due to our innovative and technologically advanced approach to comprehensive water resource management. Best Management Practices Bridge/Culvert Hydraulics Comprehensive Watershed Assessments Computer Modeling Dams Educational Seminars Flood Mitigation Planning Floodplain Analysis GIS Watershed Integration Sediment Transport Analysis Stream Hydraulics Stream Restoration/Fluvial Geomorphology Waterway Encroachment Analysis/Permits

12 water &wastewater Our Mission To make our client s vision a reality. Our Vision The Borton-Lawson team has complete in-house capabilities and a proven track record in the area of sanitary sewage planning, design, and operations as well as water supply, treatment, and distribution. We are consultants to numerous Municipal Authorities, private utilities, and industrial clients. We have excellent relationships with all regulatory agencies including the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Design of wastewater collection and conveyance systems, pump stations, and treatment facilities Planning services including ACT 537 planning, rate studies and tap fee analyses, and future projected growth planning Operations Consulting Inflow and Infiltration Studies To be recognized as a preeminent professional services firm. Clients will engage our services when excellence and commitment are essential. Career-minded individuals will seek our firm for challenging and rewarding employment. Our Values Respect for others Ethical business practices Trustworthiness Honesty Integrity - delivering what we promise Work hard and keep it fun Commitment to community service High value on family and personal life Permitting including NPDES, Water Quality Management Part II Permits, Chapter 94 Reports, and Beneficial Reuse of Biosolids Industrial Pretreatment Design and Evaluations Automation and Control Systems Design and Consultation Water Supply/Storage/Distribution Facilities Structural, Process Equipment, and Piping Design making our client s vision a reality

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