National Liberty Museum

The National Liberty Museum is located at 321 Chestnut Street. It was founded in 1995 by Irvin J. Borowsky out of a desire to make the world a better place. Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, adjacent to Independence National Historical Park, the museum is dedicated to preserving America’s heritage of freedom. The museum […]

Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Phase 2

INTECH completed the second phase of capital improvements in and around the grounds of the Mann Center for the Performing Arts during the off-season between the 2012 and 2013 performance schedules. Improvements included the renovation of the Terrace level seating, replacing the existing sloped asphalt with tiered concrete, and installation of new seating. The Great Lawn […]

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts – Lenfest Plaza

The Lenfest Plaza project created a new open plaza connecting the original PAFA Furness Building to the Hamilton Building with a pedestrian area extending from Broad Street west to Cherry Street. The project included new sidewalks, curbs, lighting, benches, and platforms, as well as provisions for a statue at the east end of the plaza. […]

Curtis Institute of Music – Lenfest Hall

The lack of adequate orchestral rehearsal space, practice rooms, and appropriate teaching studios, in addition to student housing and dining facilities, led the renowned Curtis Institute of Music to address the deficiencies by constructing a new facility. The new Music Education and Student Residence building was constructed on a 14,820 SF parcel formerly occupied by […]

National Museum of American Jewish History

This new contemporary museum is located between, and in full view of, the National Constitution Center, Independence Hall, and the Liberty Bell Pavilion on the premier corner of Fifth and Market Streets. The landmark building houses the Museum’s exhibitions and programs, and serves a diverse audience of more than 250,000 visitors each year. Designed by […]

Suzanne Roberts Theatre

The Philadelphia Theatre Company’s new home on the Avenue of the Arts features a 365-seat proscenium theatre, a fully isolated stage house and auditorium, a 2,000 SF stage with trap room, and a 68’ flyloft. The dramatic lobby and mezzanine level reception areas have commanding views of the city, as well as superior patron amenities. […]

Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Phase 1

INTECH renovated the grounds that house the existing Mann Center for the Performing Arts, the region’s only non-profit outdoor cultural arts center. The renovation, divided into two phases, included the addition of a new public Welcome Center and Entry Plaza, incorporating lighting and ornamental entry gates that lead guests onto the renovated Campus Green. The […]

Walnut Street West Library

Under the direction of Buell-Kratzer Powell Architects, this historic renovation encompassed arresting the chronic water infiltration problem, providing universal accessibility for all patrons, restoring the terra cotta cladding and ornamentation, preserving the character of the original 1906 interior, and creating an energy-efficient “green building.” Today the library is once again a major gathering place for […]

Primate Reserve at the Philadelphia Zoo

The Primate Reserve was designed to give the appearance of an abandoned logging mill in the tropics that has been reclaimed by conservationists and primates. Further, the exhibit large viewing areas give the illusion that the animals and people may cross paths at any time. The primates in the former exhibit died in a tragic […]