COMMITTED TO OUR MISSION

Monday, 14 September 2015 by

Our Mission Statement at Boucher & James, Inc. is to create solutions that enrich the quality of life of our clients, employees and the communities in which we work and live.  We also have a strong organizational commitment to community and understand the importance of giving back to the community. Boucher & James, Inc. currently

Boucher & James, Inc. submitted plans this past month to the Borough of Telford for Phase 2 Campus Improvements at the Lutheran Community at Telford. The Lutheran Community at Telford sits on just over forty acres at the intersection of East Church Avenue and Washington Street in Telford, Pennsylvania. The Lutheran Community at Telford provides

Boucher & James, Inc. is pleased to announce that Camelback Mountain has retained its services to engineer improvements to its resort amenities. Camelback, located in Pocono Township, Monroe County, is now a year round resort offering skiing in the winter and an outdoor water park and adventure zones for fun in the summer months.  Boucher & James, Inc.

  The Managing Directors at Boucher & James, Inc. are pleased to announce plans to locate a regional office in the Lehigh Valley.  This will be the company’s third office.  Boucher & James, Inc.’s. corporate office is located in Doylestown, PA.  The company also maintains a regional office in Stroudsburg, PA. Boucher & James, Inc.

Boucher & James, Inc. currently represents more than thirty municipalities throughout Northeastern and Southeastern Pennsylvania.

SPRING 2015 HAS ARRIVED!

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 by

Spring 2015 has arrived after a long and cold winter. At Boucher & James, Inc. we have been sharpening our skills through training, updating equipment and putting plans in place to ensure we have staffing to meet the increased needs of our clients when winter is finally over and 2015 construction projects get underway.  Here

Boucher & James, Inc.’s Building Inspectors Ken Kissinger and Bob Fail are seen above performing an inspection of the fire sprinkler system at the new Montgomery Township Recreation/Community Center.  They inspected the placement, bracing and spacing of almost 175 sprinkler heads while testing the pipe at 200psi hydrostatic pressure.  This work was done in compliance

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