Just this winter alone the Isett team, responded to over 70 roof emergencies across the Lehigh Valley ranging from commercial and industrial buildings, to institutions of higher education, to office buildings. During the heavy snow fall over Valentine’s Day weekend, our team was instrumental in allowing a major on-line retailer to continue to fulfill orders.Read More
The purpose of the study was to provide a road map to develop a place where residents can: safely access the numerous resources within a short, comfortable walk; choose from a variety of viable transportation alternatives; and enjoy a Main Street's economic vitality.Read More
“We have seen tremendous growth in northeast Pennsylvania,” says company president Kevin T. Campbell, P.E., LEED AP. “Our Forty Fort office affords greater convenience to our clients in the greater Wilkes-Barre/Scranton metro area. Gregg Pavlick, who has been instrumental in developing the Hazleton area market, will also manage the Forty Fort office.”Read More
For the second time in as many years, Barry Isett & Associates, Inc. has been named a Top Workplace through a program organized by the Morning Call Media Group and WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement.Read More
Isett is providing civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering as well as surveys, environmental services and landscape architecture in the design of the renovation and addition to the Stabler Center for Vocational and Cognitive Services at Beechwood NeuroRehab Building.Read More
Grants can be a powerful catalyst for positive change in the community for turning ideas into something real, valuable, and tangible.
Butler Township: $200,000 is being awarded through the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Community Recreation and Conservation Program to fund the Phase One construction of the Township’s Park Master Plan. Work will include infrastructure, access, and associated site work needed to construct a new softball complex within Freedom Park.
West Hazleton Borough: An $80,000 Department of Community and Economic Development’s (DCED) Greenways Park & Recreation Grant will fund upgrades to the Fifth Street Park including new playground equipment, a safety surface, improved lighting and security.
Lehighton Borough: The $250,000 DCED Greenways, Trails, and Recreation Grant is for improvements to the Jacob Weiss Park including replacement of asphalt, concrete walks and curbing, ramps to improve accessibility, and upgraded lighting.
Hellertown Borough: Phase One of their Water Street Park project received two grants—a DCED Greenways, Trails, and Recreation Grant for $193,000 and a DC NR Grant for $124,000. Improvements include a new basketball court/ice ring, a paved parking lot, and ADA accessibility features.
Salem Township: A $200,000 DCED Greenways, Trails, and Recreation Grant will pay for improvements.
Isett can help you navigate the informational maze, identify projects, assist with applications, and provide program support.