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Recent Projects

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Holy Family Home
Philadelphia, PA
Aug 2025
Work To Ride
Philadelphia, PA
Francis Cauffman Architects
Philadelphia, PA
Temple University Health System – Jeanes Campus ED Expansion
Philadelphia, PA
Jul 2024
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – Cambria and Lancaster Renovations
Philadelphia, PA
May 2024
The Lighting Practice
Philadelphia, PA
Einstein Healthcare Network – Trauma Waiting Room Addition
Philadelphia, PA
Apr 2024
The Clark
Philadelphia, PA

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Philadelphia Water Department Honors Faith-based institutions as 2022-2023 Stormwater Pioneers

Since 2014, the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) has annually honored local “Stormwater Pioneers.” This award recognizes private properties demonstrating innovation and excellence in improving the environment and reducing stormwater runoff. This year, PWD is honoring three faith-based institutions who’ve adopted stormwater management systems on their site that support PWD’s Stormwater initiatives including Green City, Clean […]

In the News: Construction Tops Out at 4519 Chestnut Street in Spruce Hill, West Philadelphia

A recent site visit by Philly YIMBY has noted that construction has topped out at a 327-unit multi-family development at 4519 Chestnut Street in Spruce Hill, West Philadelphia. Read more on Philadelphia YIMBY.

In the News: William J. Green Federal Building receives AIA Philadelphia Design Award

Congratulations to Erdy McHenry Architecture for winning a Merit Award for their Federal Building Project. The Federal Building was erected on a historical city promenade in 1973, with the industrial mentality of the workplace environment of office spaces (50s to the 80s), a concept that remains problematic. Existing buildings like the Federal building lacked natural […]