Apr 27, 2022

A celebration was held at Stoner Commons with our clients, colleagues, family and friends to commemorate 30 years of business. Dan Fichtner spoke about the past history of the company, how he started the …

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Jan 17, 2022

It’s not often that life brings us someone as special as Keith Smith. He was a compassionate leader, a patient mentor, and an extremely talented engineer. Keith graduated from Penn State University’s College of …

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Nov 15, 2021

Providence Engineering recently teamed with Stambaugh Ness, Royal Square Development & Construction, and Site Design Concepts to co-sponsor a York Giving event for the Catholic Harvest Food Pantry Thanksgiving food drive. It was a fun way to support a …

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Oct 13, 2021

During a special company meeting held earlier this month, David Bernhardt announced that Providence Engineering had been sold…to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). We are very excited to share that Providence Engineering is …

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Oct 11, 2021

We’re very excited to announce the promotions of Dana Ziegler, P.E., and Keith Smith, P.E., S.E. Both Dana and Keith have been promoted to Vice President at Providence Engineering. Dana and Keith are two …

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Jun 14, 2021

After 37 years in the A/E/C industry, trusted and admired Professional Engineer, Mark Ritchie is retiring as Executive Vice President of Providence Engineering. Mark has been around the A/E/C industry all his life. His …

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New location in Pittsburgh

Nov 7, 2017

Providence Engineering Corporation is very proud to announce that we are open in Pittsburgh! The opening of our Pittsburgh office enhances our ability to provide the local knowledge and reliable solutions that our clients …

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Bowman Field

Aug 21, 2017

Did you catch the MLB Little League Classic last night? Providence was proud to be part of the design team that worked to transform historic Bowman Field allowing a Major League Baseball event to …

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Muddy Run Observatory

Providence was proud to be part of the design team that worked on the new Muddy Run Observatory. The Observatory is running special programs today associated with the eclipse.