4/23/18 – Keystone Celebrates Twenty-Fifth Year Anniversary

Keystone is pleased to announce that 2018 marks the firm’s 25 year anniversary. Established in 1993, Keystone has provided professional design services for a region encompassing all of Upstate New York, as well as Northeastern Pennsylvania. The firm provides an extensive menu of professional services to a broad range of clients including municipalities, private developers, school districts, housing authorities, college and universities, utility companies and various other commercial and industrial enterprises.

Keystone has enjoyed steady growth over the last 25 years including staff size, office space and expanded professional services. In 2011, Keystone acquired Hawk Engineering which strengthened it’s technical capabilities, as well as allowed the firm to offer geotechnical services. The association of Smith Miller Associates, headquartered in Pittston, Pennsylvania, in 2014, has also bolstered mechanical and electrical engineering capabilities. In addition, Keystone has acquired the records of 21 surveying firms including records from Lynn Pullis, David J. Beers, Kenneth B. Shields, Tom Natoli, Robert Brooks, and David Marnicki (in association with Williams & Edsall Land Surveyors, PC).

“Celebrating 25 years of excellence and service marks a key milestone for our firm. I’m proud of our accomplishments and the relationships we have built,”said Kenneth D. Ellsworth, P.E., Managing Member. “Our success can be directly attributed to our dedicated and loyal staff. Over half of the employees have worked at our firm for over a decade.”

Through the years Keystone has completed many notable projects including SUNY Broome’s Darwin R. Wales Center, Kilmer Building, Broome County Humane Society, the Boys & Girls Club of Binghamton, and the recently completed STEAM Academy for the Chenango Forks Central School District.

“We extend our sincere gratitude to everyone who has contributed to our success through the years and look forward to continuing to serve our community,” said Mr. Ellsworth.