A master study, programming and interior design services renovated and expanded the construction company’s offices into a new 22,066 sf collaborative work environment.
The design of the cutting-edge competition and practice suite was inspired by a skate park, another “alternative” sporting arena.
To our knowledge, this is the only corporate tower expansion that is designed for LEED Platinum and Passive House standards in the entire United States.
This new 9,000 gsf facility will replace the 20-year-old Helen M. Beach Veterinary Medical Center, the hub for Wilson’s four-year veterinary medical technology (VMT) program.
A new Center was needed due to their existing facilities were no longer meeting the current and emerging needs of the children and families it served.
The existing airport terminal building was constructed in 1947 and has undergone several renovations since that time.
The need for skilled welding workers has been so acute in Northern Pennsylvania, that Murray Associates Architects completed a second renovation/addition to the Metal Trades Building.
The University wanted to explore the possibility of decreasing the library from three to two floors, which would allow the building to take on other services, as renovations occur in its other buildings.
Nestled in the foothills adjacent to a country club, these new four-story condominiums will provide high-quality low-maintenance living spaces that are targeted for occupants of upper level incomes who appreciate the unique tranquil vistas.