Carpenters' Hall

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Avenue of the Arts

  • Freedom Theater (historic renovation), 1346 N. Broad St.
    J.J. DeLuca Company, Inc.
  • The Kintock Group, 331 N. Broad St.
    Clemens Construction Company, Inc.
  • Allegheny Health, Education & Research Foundation (renovation projects), Broad & Vine St.
    Ewing Cole Cherry Brott; Francis Cauffman Foley Hoffman, Architects, Ltd.; Hillier Group Architects; HSC; R.M. Shoemaker Company
  • Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (renovations Furness Bldg. including Hamilton Auditorium), Broad & Cherry St.
    Dagit/Saylor Architects; Susan Maxman & Partners, Architects
  • Criminal Justice Center (new building), 13th & Filbert S.
    R.M. Shoemaker Company
  • Municipal Services Building (renovation), 1400 JFK Blvd.
    W. S. Cumby & Son; Susan Maxman & Partners, Architects
  • City Hall - Northeast Stair Tower restoration
    W.S. Cumby & Son
  • City Hall Tower - restoration of tower including statue of William Penn
    Keast & Hood Company; A.W. Lookup Corporation
  • One East Penn Square
    John Milner Associates, Inc.
  • Ritz Carlton Hotel (renovations to former Girard Bank), South Penn Square
    L.F. Driscoll Company; Hillier Group Architects
  • 101 S. Broad St. (renovations)
    Turner Construction Company
  • Bellevue Food Court, Broad & Walnut St.
    C.E. Broudy & Associates
  • Terra Building Facades (facade reconstruction), 211 S. Broad St.
    Cope Linder Associates; P. Agnes, Inc.
  • Summit Bank, 15th & Walnut St.
    Clemens Construction Company, Inc.
  • Banana Republic, Broad & Walnut St.
    Charles E. Broudy & Associates
  • Library Company of Philadelphia, 1314 Locust St.
    J. S. Cornell & Son, Inc.
  • Historical Society of Pennsylvania (phased renovations), 13th & Locust St.
    Venturi, Rauch & Scott Brown
  • Academy of Music (various structural renovations), Broad & Locust Streets
    L.F. Driscoll Company; Samuel Grossi & Sons, Inc.; Keast & Hood Company; The Pietrini Corporation
  • Regional Performing Arts Center (under construction), Broad & Spruce St.
    L.F. Driscoll Company; Artis T. Ore, Inc.; The Pietrini Corporation
  • Merriam Theater (renovations), 250 S. Broad St.
    J. S. Cornell & Son, Inc.
  • Drake Tower, renovations, 1512 Spruce St.
    Clemens Construction Company
  • Penthouse at Touraine Apts., 1520 Spruce St.
    Alvin Holm, A.I.A.
  • I. Mostovoy (penthouse & renovation), 338 S. 15th St.
    Alvin Holm, AIA
  • M. Mostovoy (roof garden & pergola), 335 S. Hicks St.
    Alvin Holm, AIA
  • Genesis - Rittenhouse Care Center, 1526 Lombard St.
    J.J. DeLuca Company; O'Donnell & Naccarato, Inc.
  • Scottish Rite Tower (senior housing), 15th & Fitzwater Sts.
    T. N. Ward Company
  • Phila. High School for the Creative and Performing Arts (historic restoration & addition), Broad & Christian Sts.
    Granary Associates; Samuel Grossi & Sons; Kise Straw & Kolodner; Nason and Cullen Group, Inc.
  • Pennsylvania Ballet headquarters (adaptive reuse & addition), 1101 S. Broad St.
    Dagit-Saylor Architects; R.M. Shoemaker Company
  • Methodist Hospital (renovations), 2301 S. Broad St.
    P. Agnes, Inc.; L.F. Driscoll Company; HLM Design
  • Sky Boxes at Veterans Stadium, Broad St. & Pattison Ave.
    W.S. Cumby & Son
  • Veterans Stadium Diamond Seating, Broad St. & Pattison Ave.
    J.J. DeLuca Company, Inc.
  • First Union Center, 3601 S. Broad St.
    L.F. Driscoll Company
  • Building #4, Naval Shipyard (historic conversion to engineering office building)
    Bower Lewis Thrower Architects
  • Building #10, Philadelphia Naval Business Center (programming & design)
    Susan Maxman & Partners, Architects

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