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Jeanette Leid – The White Birch

Jeanette Leid is a local artist based in Denver, PA.  Discussing her own work she says, “The white birch trees and rustic landscape that become my subjects are full of realistic detail alongside areas of negative space. This contrast demands a studied observation. My intention is to instill a feeling of “openness” allowing the imagination…

RLPS Promotes Four Employees

We are excited to announce the promotions of Dan Godfrey, Jodi Kreider, Carson Parr, and Brent Stebbins to Partner. All of these individuals have worked with RLPS for a number of years and are familiar to many of our clients and business associates so we’ve asked each of them a few questions about their career…

Oak Tree Development – 48 on the Park

The redevelopment of the former Wilbur Chocolate Factory required careful planning and a design solution that respects the local iconic structure.  The site is currently occupied by a dozen different buildings added to the original factory over the decades.  The final design solution preserve the most historically and architecturally significant portions of the buildings and…

Sarah A. Todd Memorial Home, United Church of Christ Homes

The existing medical model neighborhoods were renovated to create inviting, person-centered living spaces for nursing residents. This transformation was accomplished through carefully phased, incremental renovations, allowing the provider to maintain occupancy throughout. The nursing stations were transformed into smaller hospitality care bases with the majority of staff spaces relocated behind the scenes.  Serving kitchens and…

Gunzenhauser Residence & Bakery: From Rags to Riches!

C. Emlen Urban Series – Part 12 Building strong and lasting relationships is first and foremost to the career of any successful architect.   By 1908, C. Emlen Urban had designed and built a dozen different building types including private residences, churches, manufacturing facilities, a market house, a hospital, a department store, two hotels, a YMCA…

Rooster Woodshop

The Rooster Woodshop replaced a smaller shop that was housed in a renovated chicken house. Located within the Masonic Village community, the new 8,000 square foot building consists of shop space, a receiving area, a finishing zone and showroom.  The Rooster Woodshop is fully appointed with professional woodworking equipment, a commercial dust collection system with…

Simon Lever Offices

A revamped floor plan and interior renovations updated an existing building for Simon Lever’s office relocation. Nearly double the size of its former space, the 25,100 square foot renovation resulted in more open office workspaces and collaboration areas including conference rooms and a large multipurpose room and bistro area for employee use as well as…