As the Site Engineers of Record for St. Luke’s University Health Network's Anderson Campus in Bethlehem Township, KCE prepared the Land Development plans and secured all required governmental approvals for the most recent expansion project on the Campus. This project consisted of a 175,000 square-foot Women’s and Babies Hospital Expansion that provides 98 new beds for patient care.
KCE has been managing a multi-year project to map utilities and appurtenances throughout the Township and create a GIS-based infrastructure management system. KCE’s work will improve emergency response, maintenance scheduling and budgeting, and greatly reduce the time typically required to retrieve utility data.
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) completed the design and construction of a sidewalk area, ADA access/handicap access ramp, retaining wall, water line relocation, and pavement restoration for the Lansford Borough Police Building located in the Borough of Lansford.
KCE was contracted by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation to provide comprehensive civil engineering services for the initial master redevelopment planning and installation of road and utility infrastructure as part of the original BethWorks redevelopment project on the former steelmaking site in South Bethlehem. KCE had over thirty years of experience working on the steel site.
Keystone Consulting Engineers built a Story Map on ESRI's GIS platform for Upper Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. This story map is an interactive map that assists UMT with it's MS4 objectives.
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) collaborated with Moravian College and its landscape architect to calm traffic and beautify the northern entrance to the school located in the urban fabric of Bethlehem, PA.
Three years after the main St. Luke’s Anderson Campus opened in the Fall of 2011. KCE prepared the Land Development plans and secured all required governmental approvals for a 75,000 square-foot medical office building located to the west of the main campus.