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 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, Inc. (KCE) prepared the master plan for 3.5 miles of the Slate Heritage Trail as part of a project partially funded by DCNR. Work included all aspects of planning and design of the trail and accessory facilities. The project included overseeing the design and construction...
KCE provided AutoCAD services, pre- and post-survey calculations, detailed stake-out, existing feature/topographic surveys of main tie-in points, High Wall Monitoring, and the establishment of an intricate system of permanent survey control in NAVD 88 – PA South zone state plane coordinate system for Essroc, the leading manufacturer of cement in North America.
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) created the Upper Macungie Township Neighborhood Services Map, which is an interactive web application designed to show residents where park locations and amenities.
Keystone Consulting Engineers provided all the mapping and boundaries on the mapping within the comprehensive plan maps. The maps are used by the Township staff, residents, potential developers, etc. to determine zoning boundaries, land use designations, potential karst areas, parks within the municipality, etc.
KCE provided AutoCAD services, pre and post-survey calculations, detailed stake-out, existing feature/topographic surveys of main tie-in points, and establishment of an intricate system of permanent survey control in NAD 83 – PA South zone state plane coordinate system for the Keystone Cement Company’s plant in Bath, PA.