NEWS

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Markosky supports community organizations corporately, and encourages staff to participate individually in groups that better our communities.  We are a member of the Ligonier Valley and Westmoreland Chambers of Commerce.  We employ more than 60 employees whom all support local restaurants and businesses in Ligonier and throughout Westmoreland County.  We support local charities, fire departments, schools and conservation districts through financial contributions, employee contributions, and professional services.

We particularly invest in groups that benefit

children such as the Laurel Highlands Council

Boy Scouts of America, Dreams Go On Trail

Ride, STAT, Inc., Alliance of Student Athletes

and Ligonier Camp & Conference Center and

many more.

 

Our staff mentors students in competitions such

as Future City, funded by DiscoverE and Tests

of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAM+S). Along with these mentoring programs, we often take on interns as well as job shadows, at both high school and college level.

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RECENT AWARDED PROJECTS

Markosky is grateful to be a part of the following projects. We would like to thank the owners and clients for giving us these opportunities! ​

  • Department of General Services Lock Haven University - Historic Structures services as subconsultant to SAA Architects 

  • PennDOT District 3-0 Engineering and Environmental OE - Highway design services as a subconsultant to Dewberry, Inc. 

  • Terradon West Virginia Indian Creek ATV Resort - Archaeology services as a Prime consultant.  

  • ODOT District 4-0 I-76 over Wilberth Road - Bridge design services as subconsultant to GPD Group

  • Ligonier Valley School District 2021 Weller Field Improvements - Site plan and drainage design as Prime consultant ​​​

HIGHLIGHTED STORY
 

Congratulations to our senior architectural historian, Laura Ricketts, who was very lucky to have such a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon to discuss the history, design, and engineering of the Portal Bridge in Pittsburgh’s Point State Park with a group of Modernism enthusiasts.  The event was sponsored by the Pittsburgh Modern Committee of Preservation Pittsburgh as part of the Docomomo US National Tour Day 2021, which highlights and celebrates works of modern design.

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NEW EMPLOYEES

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Bradley Fisher
Project Manager
bfisher@markosky.com

Environmental Engineering Department

Jennifer Rogers
Design Engineer I
jrogers@markosky.com

Environmental Engineering Department

Heather Matthews
Staff Accountant 
hmatthews@markosky.com

Accounting Department

 

Robert Larsen 
Archaeological Field / Lab Director
rlarson@markosky.com

Cultural Resources Department