Projects

Little Run Lodge and Dormitory, York College of Pennsylvania

York, PA

The Little Run complex completes the West Campus housing master plan. Little Run is a five-story building offering three, four and five-person suites designed to house 360 students. Little Run Lodge is designed to provide services for the West Campus Community including a dining hall and production kitchen, a mail room, lounge and game room spaces, meeting rooms, banquet space and a “grab and go” convenience store. The buildings are designed in a contemporary style while using the common campus palette of red brick, precast, and terne-metal stainless steel roofs and trims.

Photo Credit: Nathan Cox Photography

Garden Spot Village

New Holland, PA

Community center updates began with reinventing the former café into a restaurant-style atmosphere that reflects a new attitude toward the dining experience. The behind-the-scenes serving lines were replaced with new food stations, open to dining areas. The second phase of renovations resulted in an updated entry experience and inviting activity areas. This included reinventing the main lobby and reception desk, general store renovations to add a coffee shop and converting previously underutilized parlor in to a theater.

Awards: Awards of Merit, Environments for Aging Design Showcase, AIA/LeadingAge Design for Aging Review, Remodel/Renovation Competition Finalist

Photo Credit: Nathan Cox Photography & Jeremy Hess Photography

Longwood at Oakmont

Verona, PA

This LEED Silver Certified apartment building and clubhouse project is positioned on a hillside with views of Pittsburgh and the Oakmont Country Club. The clubhouse provides varied dining options including a bistro with display kitchen, formal dining with terrace seating, hearthside dining and a lounge area. The apartment building includes a fitness room, creative arts studio and multi-purpose rooms. This LEED Silver Certified apartment building and clubhouse project is positioned on a hillside with views of Pittsburgh and the Oakmont Country Club. The clubhouse provides varied dining options including a bistro with display kitchen, formal dining with terrace seating, hearthside dining and a lounge area. The apartment building includes a fitness room, creative arts studio and multi-purpose rooms.

Awards:  LEED for Homes Silver Certification

Photo Credit: Larry Lefever Photography