Southwest Leadership Academy Charter School

INTECH provided Pre-Construction services for the construction of a new, three-story kindergarten through eighth grade charter school of approximately 80,000 square feet. The new school will be located on a six-acre site at the corner of 58th and Whitby Streets in southwest Philadelphia. The initial work includes abatement and demolition of existing buildings and related […]

Philadelphia University – Fashion and Textiles Futures Center

Renovation to the Fashion and Textiles Futures Center at Philadelphia University was a fast-paced project completed in less than 14 weeks, including demolition of the existing construction. The project included total demolition of the existing interior space to make way for a new layout which consisted of all new MEP systems, custom unistrut hanging ceilings […]

University of Pennsylvania – Lauder College House

INTECH recently completed the first new student residence construction project by the University of Pennsylvania in over 40 years. Lauder College House is a 350-bed college housing complex, and is located on the block bounded by Chestnut and Walnut Streets, and 33rd and 34th Streets. Designed with student amenities housed within the building, this new […]

William Penn Charter School – New Turf Field and Track

This project required removing the existing grass football field, running track, sidewalks, and bleachers, and building a new synthetic grass multipurpose field for football, lacrosse, soccer, and field hockey. A new eight lane IAAF 400-meter double-bend running track meets National Federation of High School standards for track meets. The project also included new sidewalks surrounding […]

University of Pennsylvania – Richards Medical Research Laboratory

Designed by Louis Kahn and constructed in 1961 on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus, the Richards Medical Research Laboratory is a National Historic Landmark, and one of the great buildings of the 20th century. The building consists of four towers (A, B, C, and D) in a pinwheel configuration. Building systems were reaching the end […]

Wissahickon Charter School

INTECH provided Pre-Construction Services for the Wissahickon Charter School project, which is a new 2-story education building on a 3.72-acre site. The building and site feature elements that highlight the school’s mission of learning with an environmental focus. The new building contains approximately 20 classrooms, a media lab, common spaces, gymnasium, and a cafeteria. The […]

Russell Byers Charter School

The Russell Byers Charter School planned renovations and construction of a new addition to their current facility at 1911 Arch Street. Through the addition of student classrooms, cultural arts rooms, a gymnasium/ assembly space, and a rooftop play area, the School hopes to expand its current K – 6th grade curriculum to include 7th and […]

University of Pennsylvania – Evans Building Renovation

Evans Building, constructed in 1915, was designed by John T. Windrim. The large-scale tudor gothic museum and dental facility recognizes the contributions of Thomas Evans, a Philadelphia native son who was one of the great European royal dentists of the nineteenth century. The Evans Building’s Main Clinic provides a full range of general dentistry and […]

Agnes Irwin School – Dining and Athletic Facility

Agnes Irwin School is an independent all-girls’ Pre-K through Grade 12 day school. This major addition to the School included a new athletic facility, dining hall, and main entry. Designed to maximize the buildable area limited by local setback requirements, the new building focuses the campus visitor to a welcoming entrance point, and improved and […]

University of Pennsylvania – River Fields Park

The University of Pennsylvania’s River Fields Park is located between Amtrak rail lines and the Schuylkill Expressway, south of South Street. Based on the Women’s Field Hockey Program’s need for a new synthetic playing surface, feasibility studies were conducted and ultimately concluded that the existing natural turf “B Field” at River Fields Park was the […]