Boyle Construction

Boyle Construction

Project Profile

Bethlehem Apparatus Company Laboratory Renovation

HELLERTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

Client
Bethlehem Apparatus Company
Contact Name
Mr. Scott Schreffler
Consultant
Spillman Farmer Architects
Services
Construction Management
Final Cost
$810,000
Project Completion Date
2013

Project Description

Boyle oversaw construction of a laboratory renovation for one of the most advanced analytical laboratories in the Lehigh Valley region. Bethlehem Apparatus Company is the world’s largest commercial mercury recovery/recycling and retirement facility. This project created a safe, secure and high-tech space that balances a large lab with flexible meeting and office spaces.

As a further commitment to the hazardous waste recovery/recycling market, this lab offers a state-of-the art analytical laboratory with a full-time chemist on staff. This onsite testing capability allows Bethlehem Apparatus to accurately provide a full analysis of the chemical compositon of both liquids and solids. As a result, the company was able to improve processing methods as well as meet environmental and government requlations. The laboratory facilities feature a GDMS (glow discharge mass spectrophotometer) to analyze solids; an ICP-MS (inductively coupled plasma mass spectrophotometer) to analyze liquids and to provide full analysis of elements that exist in material; and a particle analyzer to analyze the particle sizes of powders.