In September 2015 the School District of Philadelphia will open a high school-based vocational center to train students for careers in the modern manufacturing industry. The Center for Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing, the first of its kind in the city, will offer a … Continue reading
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by Richard Winston, Principal As an architect, I find a successful project is an enduring source of pride. I feel a connection to some projects long after completion, and I like to check in on them. Earlier this week … Continue reading
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BWA is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at this terrific annual conference organized by the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania. Check out the workshop schedule here – Topics include Addressing Homelessness, Investing in Development, Fighting Blight, and Rebuilding Homeownership. … Continue reading
BWA is pleased to announce that the Post Learning Commons at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia has been selected for publication in American Libraries Magazine’s annual Library Design Showcase! This year’s “Building the Future” projects include “…shining examples of innovative … Continue reading
Greenbuild, the world’s largest green building conference, is coming to Philadelphia November 18th to 22nd. The event features a wealth of educational speakers, workshops, and tours of the host city’s green buildings. BWA’s Connelly House, a LEED Gold, supportive housing … Continue reading
On June 15, 2013, along with forty other design and neighborhood organizations, BWA bowled to benefit the Community Design Collaborative of Philadelphia. BWA is proud to be a long-time sponsor and volunteer firm with this great organization, and also repeat … Continue reading
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On March 10, 2013, after two years of construction and over a decade of planning, BWA project architect Morrie Zimmerman and Entech engineer Craig Snyder attended the ribbon cutting celebration at the Washington Crossing Visitor Center. The exhibit portion of … Continue reading
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Some photos of the finished construction: Stop by soon to see for yourself!