Renovation of the core and shell of the historic DuPont Building in downtown Wilmington, DE, consists of a full interior demolition down to the structure of the 300,000 SF building. This prominent building on Rodney Square was originally built in 1907, and by 1931 there were five substantial additions added onto the original building that […]
Designed by architect Eero Saarinen in 1958 for the University of Pennsylvania’s campus, Hill College House is an internationally recognized architectural landmark located at the corner of 33rd and Walnut Streets. Originally a women’s dormitory, the building’s entry is a bridge, and the surrounding spiked metal fence encloses a grassy “moat” around the building. The […]
Tacony Library is on the Philadelphia Historic Register, originally constructed in 1906 as part of the Andrew Carnegie $1.5M grant to Philadelphia. Located at the intersection of Torresdale Avenue and Knorr Street, the existing building has an elevated main floor, with a steep set of stairs at the main entrance facing Torresdale Avenue. This project […]
Located at the corner of Germantown Avenue and East Sedgwick Street in the Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia, Lovett Memorial Library is comprised of an original 1886 stone structure and a modern 1960 addition. The 21st Century Libraries project added a second addition, expanding the overall square footage and meeting the new program requirements. The […]
Logan Library is on the Philadelphia Historic Register, originally constructed in 1917 as part of the Andrew Carnegie $1.5M grant to Philadelphia. Located one block east of North Broad Street at the intersection of Wagner Avenue and Old York Road, the T-shaped building occupies a large triangular site with many mature trees. The building is […]
One of the primary goals of the Lillian Marrero Library project was to provide a clear and accessible street level entry into the building. Listed on the Philadelphia Historic Register, the existing building was constructed in 1906 as part of the Andrew Carnegie $1.5M grant to Philadelphia, and has a large set of stone stairs […]
While still providing rows of books, today’s Free Library of Philadelphia also provides digital books, music, and videos, programming about wide-ranging subjects, and job-search workshops. The “Building Inspiration: 21st Century Libraries Initiative” will redefine the Free Library as a central resource in every neighborhood in Philadelphia. INTECH renovated and expanded four neighborhood libraries, with the […]
As General Contractor, INTECH managed the conversion of the historic Pennsylvania Railroad Freight Building into 282 luxury apartments. This project involved building a completely new infrastructure while retaining the original woodwork and detail. Due to an accelerated schedule, 50-percent occupancy was achieved within eight months.
Formally the home of National Publishing Company, the 1912 concrete and brick structure formed the skeleton for this historic renovation. Rather than printing presses and bibles, the building is now comprised of a 152-unit luxury apartment complex. On-site parking, fitness center, and community rooms are a fraction of the amenities offered to its residents.
The reconstruction and renovation of the Headhouse has become the foundation for future economic development in this important transportation and retail location. It is also the historic anchor for the eastern section of Market Street.