This 43,000-seat world-class Ballpark is the ultimate baseball and entertainment experience.
The 469,000 s.f. world-class performing arts center provides the city with both a concert hall and a multi-use Theater.
For the first time since the museum opened in 1929, the doors were closed for a three-year renovation which brought this museum back to its original splendor.
This integrated historically-renovated complex holds collections from the Philadelphia Museum of Art as well as public spaces including a library, café, and bookstore.
A newly renovated and expanded athletic center with 24,000s.f addition.
A 31-story, 163-unit luxury residential condominium tower and performing arts theater in the heart of the Arts District of Philadelphia.
This project involved the new construction of a 340,000 square foot, multi purpose arena, recreation, and community center for Temple University.
Modernization and renovations of the 1857 historic Philadelphia landmark were completed in multiple phases over several years.
The new 90,000sf Barnes Art Education Center houses the Foundation’s world-renowned art collection in galleries that replicate the original Merion, PA galleries.
This project involves an ambitious mix of renovation and new construction that will take the country’s largest art museum into the future.
This 21,000-seat, first class sports and entertainment arena, is home of the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) and the Philadelphia 76ers (NBA).