Waterfront Allentown – A dynamic new development is taking shape along the Lehigh River in Allentown, and Barry Isett & Associates is proud to be civil engineer and landscape architect of record. Developed by The Waterfront Redevelopment Partners LP, a partnership between Dunn Twigger Company LLC , Jaindl Properties LLC, and Michael Dunn Co. Ltd. the project will transform 26 industrial acres into a mixed-use riverfront community center on a new Waterfront Drive as a main street corridor. The Waterfront will feature 11 buildings encompassing over 700,000 SF of office space, 413 residential apartments, 108,000 SF of retail space and 39,000 SF of restaurant space. Several multi-level garages with retail first floor uses will integrate parking for over 2,800 cars. Isett is providing survey, site/civil design and permitting, landscape architecture, and traffic engineering.Read More
Two million-plus square feet of industrial buildings are rising at Liberty at Mill Creek, located between Hamilton Boulevard and the Route 222 bypass on a parcel of about 200 acres in western Lehigh County that spans both Upper Macungie and Lower Macungie Townships.
Isett helped Liberty achieve final approvals for the complex project and Allied Building Corporation began construction soon thereafter.
As a sub-consultant to an environmental conservancy, the Survey Department of Barry Isett and Associates was engaged to conduct a stream survey utilizing GPS technology and conventional surveying equipment, relating to the potential removal of a century-old dam.Read More
Barry Isett and Associates provided design and construction phase services in the complete rehabilitation of Pen Argyl Borough Weona Park's miniature golf course, the only municipally owned municipal golf course in the region.Read More
Lumber Street is an 800-foot connector road between Main Street (SR.100) and Lehigh Street, and is a boundary of Macungie Memorial Park. In our role as Borough engineer, Barry Isett and Associates provided design and construction phase services to reconstruct the road to bring the road to current Borough standards. The project involved road widening, sidewalks, curbing, ADA ramps and the relocation of water, sewer and electrical lines.Read More