KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy – Whittier School

The project consists of a two-story 57,000 SF addition and three-story 17,000 SF renovation. The new addition consists of new classrooms, new labs, new kitchen/cafeteria, connection to existing school and misc. office space. The renovation includes renovations to the gymnasium, locker rooms, weight rooms, and misc. offices.

University of Pennsylvania – New College House West

New College House West is University of Pennsylvania’s newest addition to its long-standing collection of college houses. At almost 250,000 square feet, the building accommodates 435 student beds and four faculty apartments, as well as supporting residence functions such as a coffee bar, dining area, seminar and study rooms, a living room, and a fitness […]

University of Pennsylvania – Quadrangle College Houses (2022-2027)

INTECH is currently performing Pre-Construction services for several upcoming phases of renovation at Penn’s Quadrangle College Houses. Initially involved during a Feasibility Phase, INTECH then worked closely with the design team and University personnel to develop project scope, phasing, logistics, and schedule. The Feasibility Study reviewed many conditions, including exterior envelope, code and accessibility compliance, […]

Princeton University – Roberts Stadium

As part of a Campus Master Plan that will relocate athletic facilities onto Princeton University’s East Campus, a new Soccer Stadium will be constructed adjacent to existing football practice fields. The Stadium will include a natural grass competition soccer field, fencing, end of field netting, scoreboards, field pole lighting, and grandstand seating for over two […]

KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy at Sumner

INTECH mobilized to the former Charles Sumner Public School located at 1600 South 8th Street in Camden to undertake a fast-tracked renovation and rehabilitation of the building, and transform it into the newest KIPP Public Charter School. Once complete, it will be known as the KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy at Sumner. The non-profit KIPP Foundation […]

Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) – The Kay and Harold Ronson Health and Applied Science Center

The Kay and Harold Ronson Health and Applied Science Center is the first new building planned for construction following the merger of Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University into Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University). At 60,000 SF and four stories, the new building houses classrooms, laboratories, offices, conference rooms, and lounge areas. A […]

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy – New Lower School

The latest phase of the master plan for the combined Springside Chestnut Hill Academy included the construction of a new 75,000 SF Lower School. The new building serves kindergarten through 4th grade students, and feature a servery and dining hall, gym/multi-purpose room, library/learning center, science, music and art classrooms, and other specialty teaching areas. The […]

William Penn Charter School – Strawbridge Baseball Field

Located across School House Lane from the William Penn Charter School campus in East Falls, this athletics project definitively extends the campus’ reach. The project includes a new synthetic turf baseball field with geometry similar to that of the Philadelphia Phillies’ Citizens Bank Park, as well as new walkways and parking surrounding the field, team […]

William Penn Charter School – Athletics and Wellness Center

This new facility includes two full-size basketball courts, a wrestling room, and accompanying locker rooms. Additional programming incorporated into the design are training rooms, coach and staff offices, a weight training/fitness room, a classroom, a multipurpose room, a rock climbing wall, and a new practice soccer field. A balcony and bridge overlooking the courts allows […]

The Discovery Center

In the almost 70 years since Fairmount Park’s East Park Reservoir was shut down, the basin and its shores were slowly reclaimed by nature. Migrating birds called the reservoir home each year as they traveled south down the eastern seaboard. Now the Discovery Center calls the reservoir home. The Discovery Center is funded by the […]