About Us


The George E. Ley company was founded in 1968 by George E. Ley, Jr. At that time the George E. Ley company began and finished construction of its first golf course. Providing management for the complete project, including an automatic irrigation system, shaping, and all finish work. In 1990, George E. Ley III became president and the company has grown many times its original size. During their years of service, the company has completed both public and private projects in the golf course industry. Some of the 10 highest rated courses such as Merion, Homestead Cascade Course, Ridgewood, Saucon Valley, Philadelphia Country Club and Metedeconk National Golf Club. These are among the names the company has serviced with irrigation systems, pump stations and golf course construction/renovation projects. In 1991 the George E. Ley company started  providing  pump station installation and complete irrigation service. Today, the George E. Ley company employs nearly 100 people and is a leader in the golf course industry.Now his son Brian Ley is working along side him as vice president to further the George E. Ley company legacy.

George E. Ley Mission Statement

The George E. Ley Company is committed to providing quality products and services to customers in the golf course industry by excelling in service, maintaining permanent relationships, and conducting business with pride and integrity.

Our staff

The George E. Ley company has some of the most experienced personnel on staff and also the most loyal. Multiple project managers, service technicians, and personnel have served with us for over thirty years as dependable employees. Our company has been blessed with a willing to work kind of staff. Even in the toughest of conditions. As a company all employee skills are cataloged to ensure that each member has been trained in the tasks that they are responsible for. It is also to further the skills of each employee to become more experience and for as a company to grow with trained employees to insure quality workmanship.

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