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Lauren Jean Rice

Acrylic paintings by Lancaster artist, interior designer and former RLPSer Lauren Jean Rice are currently on display in the C.H. Walton Gallery. Lauren is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design and recently began painting again, studying color and texture. Her brightly colored works are filled with abstracts and interpretations of nature, landscapes…

Lancaster Walking Tour – Clark Associates

Gregg Scott, FAIA, Partner Emeritus at RLPS Architects, will be hosting a private walking tour of Historic Downtown Lancaster.  This Lancaster Walking  Tour will showcase a diverse mix of commercial and residential buildings reflecting a myriad of architectural styles, all within a few blocks of the city square. HANDOUTS FOR LANCASTER WALKING TOUR: The following…

RLPS Names Newest Partner

We are excited to announce the promotion of James Mehaffey to Partner. Jim has worked with RLPS for several years and is probably familiar to many of our clients and business associates, so we’ve asked him a few questions about his career path and personal inspiration instead. James A. Mehaffey, AIA RLPS Employee since 1995…

Student Housing Updates: 3 Reasons to Renovate

As college and universities work to regain lost ground due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many face the reality of deferred student housing updates. Lingering uncertainties related to infection control, along with shifting demographics and student expectations heighten the need for action. Based on data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, undergraduate enrollment declined by…

RLPS Architects Promotes Eleven

RLPS Architects has promoted Paul J. Nikolaus, III, AIA, LEED AP and Dustin Julius, Associate AIA as the firm’s first Associate Partners while Ty D. Shappell, AIA, CCCA, LEED AP BD+C was promoted to Director of Construction Administration. Deborah Kimmet, IIDA and Jessie Shappell, IIDA, RA, WELL AP, LEED AP BD+C were promoted to Senior…

Trout CPA

When a local firm needed to expand, interior renovation allowed a modern office to emerge from a historic building. Due to rapid growth and a shortage of additional space at their Manheim Township location, Trout CPA returned to downtown Lancaster nearly 50 years after leaving the city. Their newest location at 158-160 E. King Street…