Providence Engineering Corp. has moved from its office in Harleysville to 200 Kelly Road, Suite C in Richland Township. The company said the move stems from its growth in the region over the past year. The new office nearly doubles the square footage of available space.
Netizen Corp. of South Whitehall Township, a provider of cybersecurity solutions for government and commercial markets, was awarded General Service Administration Schedule 70 cybersecurity credentials. The contract is designed to provide state, local and federal government organizations quicker access to key, pre-vetted support services that will expand their capacity to test high-priority information technology systems, rapidly address potential vulnerabilities and stop adversaries before they affect government networks.
The Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley will be moving to a new location. The new address is 2158 Avenue C, Suite 201 in Bethlehem. The phone number has not changed.
SVN | Imperial Realty of South Whitehall Township said property manager Lou Yurkanin has earned the Certified Property Manager designation.
Fraser Advanced Information Systems in West Reading said that its director of information technology, Michael Faust, acquired Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification, a standard recognized worldwide.
Lehigh Carbon Community College of Schnecksville said it has received a grant to support students from the Allentown School District. The BB&T Economic Growth Fund of the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation awarded $10,000 to the LCCC Foundation to be used for dual enrollment classes for ASD high school students.
— STACY WESCOE