a few of our clients


Vitrius Technologies
(City of Wilkes-Barre)

Vitrius is a pioneering early-stage windows and glazing tech company, possessing new intellectual property to design, develop, and deploy metal clad composite  window systems (EnerG Windows) that can produce heat and electric power.  The project has  furthered their research and development in order to construct automated manufacturing equipment—leading to the creation of 160 new jobs.  Ashburn  Advisors secured $220,000 in Grant Funds.


West Pittston Flood Recovery
(West Pittston Borough)

Ashburn was hired in December 2012, to act as the flood recovery agent to create a recovery effort, focused on the Infrastructure, Housing, and Economic Development needs of the borough.  The proposed LSA project addressed the need for infrastructure and streetscape needs of the Central Business District.  Ashburn Advisors secured $3.8 million in Grant Funds.


Pittston Township Police Facility
(Pittston Township)

Pittston Township constructed a new, one-story building, consisting of approximately 3,004 square feet, to house their police operations.  In  addition, the project renovated the current 1,336 square feet of operating space into township administration office. Ashburn Advisors secured $350,000 in Grant Funds.


Crown Display Manufacturing
(West Pittston Borough)

Crown Display is an established, thirty-five year brand in the party supply industry that has completed a $1,409,820 business and manufacturing expansion project, and creation of an estimated 25 new jobs.   The project included the acquisition of the specialized, used equipment, necessary to carry out the project.  Ashburn Advisors secured $200,000 in Grant Funds.


The Arc of Luzerne County
(City of Wilkes-Barre)

The Arc of Luzerne County officially hired Ashburn in October of 2013, to research, write, and obtain grants on the local, state, federal, and charity/foundation  levels.  In addition, Ashburn provides compliance, oversight, and management services to Arc.


The Borough of Shickshinny
(Shickshinny Borough)

Ashburn has been working with both the Borough of Shickshinny, and their community group (Shickshinny Forward), in an effort to recover from the flooding events of 2011.  To date, Ashburn has secured over $2.9 million in grants to restore the infrastructure and housing needs of the community.


Susquehanna Mining Solutions
(Duryea & Old Forge Boroughs)

Ashburn was hired by Susquehanna Mining Solutions in 2013, to assist in the development of a treatment technology plant, capable of remedying the largest source of pollution in the Chesapeake Watershed –the Old Forge outfall.  In 2013, Ashburn helped secure a $1 million in Grant Funds.