Above, Visiting Senator Mario Scavello, #FamilyFirstPA Campaign for human services funding. Client: Denny Civic Solutions

Taggart Associates has served clients in every sector, throughout the Greater Lehigh Valley. Here are a few of our current and past clients.


Economic Development


Ashley Development Corporation

Bethlehem Economic Development Corporation

Borough of Catasauqua

D&L National Heritage Corridor

Green Knight Economic Development Corproation

J.G. Petrucci Company

Lafayette College

Lehigh University

Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation

Manufacturers Resource Center

Northeast Pennsylvania Industrial Resource Center

Pennsylvania DCED - Keystone Innovation Zone Program

Pennsylvania IRC Network

Redevelopment Authority of Easton, PA

The Reinvestment Fund

Vartan Group


Strengthening Non-Profits

Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley

Greater Easton Development Partnership

Karl Stirner Arts Trail, Inc.

Switchback Gravity Railroad Foundation


Community Relations

Denny Civic Solutions

First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union

Sands Bethlehem

Talen Energy

The Green Knight Economic Development Corporation (GKEDC) has been working with Taggart Associates for several years. Being a not-for-profit corporation where the Board of Directors serve on a volunteer basis, the GKEDC felt that is was necessary to retain the services of an organization that was experienced in managing major projects like those that the GKEDC has undertaken. Taggart Associates has provided us with a knowledgeable and experienced staff of professionals who have assisted us in the GKIP II Industrial Park project. Chad Helmer of Taggart Associates has been retained as our Project Manager and has led us over some very complex regulatory and developmental hurdles. He has worked with local governmental agencies to assist us in obtaining grants and long term financing for this project.

We are very pleased with the results obtained through our association with Taggart Associates and look forward to working with them on future projects.
— Robert E. Cornman, Jr., Vice President, Green Knights Economic Development Corporation