Vermont office building

Hallam-ICS South Burlington

38 Eastwood Drive

Suite 200

South Burlington, VT 05403


Tel: 802.658.4891

Toll-FREE: 1-800-287-0800

Fax: 802.658.1457


About The Office

This longstanding office was opened in 1981 and we are thrilled to say that it is the largest industrial controls and engineering house in Vermont. We are proud to call Vermont home and our presence in our communities can be seen in our work, our relationships, and our giving. Keith Flaherty has led this office since 2001 and welcomes every opportunity to connect with employees and clients alike.

The Vermont office is also home to our UL-certified 3,500 sf control panel shop, where virtually any size control panel, from simple to a massive multi-door and destined for various processes, applications, and environments are designed and built.

Hallam-ICS panel shop

Hallam-ICS panel shop

Annual Golf Tournament

Ultimate Frisbee

Hallam-ICS curling team

35th Hallam-ICS anniversary

Rock paper scissors competition

Penguin plunge

2020 Hallam-ICS Day Giving Trail

Key Staff

Keith P. Flaherty, PE,

President and CEO


My Hallam Story


William E. Neuburger, PE

Director of Engineering


My Hallam Story


Pete Niarchos

Senior Controls & Automation Project Manager


My Hallam Story


  • Ben and Jerry’s
  • Cabot Creamery
  • GE Aviation
  • Imerys
  • Keurig Dr Pepper
  • Mylan Technologies
  • Novo Nordisk
  • State of Vermont Buildings & General Services
  • The University of Vermont Medical Center
  • University of Vermont

Open Positions

For the latest open position, visit our Careers page. We are always looking for the right candidates to join our team. 

Supporting Our Community

Hallam-ICS team supports the local Vermont non-profits through annual donations, by volunteering time and manpower, and by recognizing the outstanding work they do for our communities. Learn more by visiting our Social Mission.  

Some of our support and Hallam-ICS Award recipients include:

Directions to Our Office

Our offices are on the 2nd floor

From Boston

Follow I-93 N and I-89 N to I-189 W/Interstate 189 W in South Burlington. Take exit 13 from I-89 N to I-189 toward US-7 / Shelburne / Burlington. Turn right onto Farrell Street (0.3 mi), turn left onto Eastwood Drive (197 ft), turn right into the parking lot. 

From New York

Take NJ-17 N and I-87 N to NY-149 E/U.S. 9 N in Queensbury. Take exit 20 from I-87 N (205 mi). Continue on NY-149 E (92.4 mi). Turn left onto US-4 N/George St (10.6 mi). Turn right onto US-4 E/ Poultney St (7.8 mi). Turn left onto VT-22A N/Rte 22a N (41.9 mi). Turn left onto US-7 N (18.9 mi). Turn right onto Swift Street (0.2 mi) turn left onto Farrell Street (0.3 mi), turn right onto Eastwood Drive (197 ft), and turn right in the parking lot. 

From Montreal

Head southeast on Bd Robert-Bourassa toward Réso Montréal Souterrain (1.1 km). Continue on Autoroute 10 E. Take A. 35 S to Rte 133 S/QC-133 S in Pike River (64.6 km). Turn left onto Rte 133 S/QC-133 S.

From the U.S. Border follow I-89 S to I-189 W/Interstate 189 W in South Burlington. Take exit 13, merge onto I-189 W/Interstate 189 W. Turn right to US-7 N/Shelburne Road. In 220 meters turn right onto Farrell Street, follow for 450 meters. Turn left onto Eastwood Drive and follow for 60 meters. Turn right into the parking lot.


Things to Do Around Town


Best restaurants:

Hen of the Wood Burlington is a true Vermont dining experience.

Bistro de Margo serves classic French cuisine with a modern twist.

Koto Japanese Steak House, Vermont's premier Japanese restaurant.

Trattoria Delia offers authentic Italian cuisine.

Farmhouse Tap & Grill serves award-winning burgers.

For a complete Vermont experience, stop by Ben & Jerry’s scoop shop or pick up a box of Lake Champlain Chocolates. 



Lake Champlain Waterfront and Church Street Marketplace

Spirit of Ethan Allen cruises

ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain 

Fleming Museum of Art exhibits an extensive collection of art.

Shelburne Museum is a unique experience of American history. 

Biking - miles and miles of beautiful Vermont bike trails. 

Hiking – One of the nature trails literally steps away from the office, is great for a quick jog.  For a hiking experience only 15 miles away from the office, check out Mt. Philo State Park

Skiing - Vermont is home to over 20 alpine and 30 cross country ski resorts.  Most of us in the office would happily recommend which slope to hit if you are visiting us in the winter.