Civil Engineering, Surveying Firm Bursich Associates Unveils New Web Site

The new site boasts a re-vamped look - and a substantial amount of new content.

Thu June 27, 2013 - National Edition
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The bursich.com home page.
The bursich.com home page.

Full-service civil engineering and surveying firm Bursich Associates has enhanced its online presence with a new Web site at www.bursich.com. In addition to a fresh new design, the site features a substantial amount of new content.

The new site is built around six general categories that represent the firm’s services: land development, municipal, transportation, wastewater, construction services, and 3D laser scanning. It also incorporates dynamic features such as a scrolling marquee and testimonials.

“Our goal was to create a Web site that is visually appealing, succinct and easily navigable,” said Director of Business Development Brian Fraley “Our clients represent a wide spectrum of industries from state transportation agencies to private residents. We wanted to create an online experience that makes the complex services we offer understandable to all potential clients, regardless of their knowledge of our core business of civil engineering and surveying.”

Bursich Associates Inc., founded in 1972, is an engineering, planning and land surveying firm based in Pottstown, Pa., with an additional location in Bucks County. The firm specializes in land development; land surveying; the design of roads and bridges; water and wastewater facilities; stormwater management solutions; high-definition 3D laser scanning; and construction services throughout Pennsylvania. With a staff of 30 professionals, Bursich services local, county, state, and federal government within the public sector and residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional clients in the private sector.

For more information, visit www.bursich.com.




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