Lumber Street, Macungie Borough, PA

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.

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Lehigh Valley International Airport Terminal Expansion Dedicated


  BIA was the civil and structural engineer for the recent 10,000-square-foot expansion of the main terminal building of Lehigh Valley International Airport.

Designed by Breslin Ridyard Fadero Architects, the seven-million-dollar renovation and addition of the Lehigh Valley International Airport provided for a new security screening area, reconfigured office space for administrative and Transportation Security administration use, relocated baggage handling areas, a new ticketing area, an updated lobby, and additional retail spaces/kiosks.  Improvements on the lower level included mechanical room renovations and a new café.  In all, 16,000 square feet of the original building were renovated. 

David Haines, chairman of the Lehigh Northampton Airport Authority wields the ceremonial scissors amid a host of dignitaries. During the dedication ceremony held on November 19, David Haines, chairman of the Lehigh Northampton Airport Authority noted that 2.8 million people live in a 40-mile-radius of the airport and that airport usage is increasing by 15 per cent each year.  Said Mr. Haines, “Our goal is to make this the best airport in the region, and the #1 choice for business due to ease of travel.”