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

Boucher & James, Inc. is pleased to announce that Montgomery Township has been selected by the Natural Lands Trust to be a recipient of the 2015 Growing Greener Communities Award.  This award was developed by the Natural Lands Trust to “recognize townships that have engaged in a dynamic initiative designed to save land, steward natural

Friday, 13 February 2015 by

Great Lunch and Learn training held for Landscape Architecture staff on Sustainable Playground Design. Presentation was made by Missy Benson of Playworld Systems.

In the few months since Boucher & James, Inc. has been offering Renewable Energy services, the momentum of work has been rapidly building. Continue [view as PDF]

Boucher & James Inc. is please to announce that the firm has been appointed to serve as engineer for the Oak Grove Multi-Municipal Compost Processing Board which is made of up the municipalities of Lehman Township, Pike County and the Townships of Smithfield and Middle Smithfield in Monroe County. Continue [view as PDF]

The Trumbauersville Road Gateway Improvements Project, located along the curved section of roadway near its intersection with Bartram Lane in Richland Township, Bucks County, PA is nearing completion. Continue [view as PDF]