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.
Environmental, Landscape Architecture, Subdivision and Land Development, Surveying / Commercial, Institutional, Planning
The new St. Luke’s University Health Network Anderson Campus is located on 500 acres near the Lehigh River at the intersection of Rt. 33 and Freemansburg Avenue in Bethlehem Township. Building on its 30+ year relationship with St. Luke’s.
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) prepared the plans and permits to build this pedestrian bridge at Breinigsville Park, over the Schaefer Run. Project funding was in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), the Natural Resources Bureau of Recreation and Conservation and the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund.
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.
The 21st Century Town Square is the hub of the Steel Stacks cultural and arts center in Bethlehem, PA. The square connects the ArtsQuest and PBS 39 buildings with outdoor event venues and the iconic blast furnaces on the former Bethlehem Steel site.
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.
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) was contracted by Upper Macungie Township in Lehigh County to manage this major, multi-million dollar capacity building project to alleviate severe traffic congestion on Rt. 100
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) developed grading, erosion and sediment control and post construction stormwater management plans for this first-in-the-Lehigh Valley pilot project to convert an existing conventional detention basin into a naturalized detention basin on an approximately eight (8) acre site.