Carpenters' Hall

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Montgomery County

  • Masonic Hall, Whitemarsh Township
    Leon Clemmer & Associates, Inc.
  • New residence for John & Barbara Bartlett, in Wyndmoor.
    E. Allen Reeves, Inc.; J.P.A. Todd Associates
  • Redesign of Ropsley, Wyndmoor
    J.P.A. Todd Associates
  • McNeil Consumer Products (laboratory relocation), Fort Washington
    Francis Cauffman Foley Hoffman, Architects, Ltd.; HSC
  • Historic Wall House, Cheltenham Township
    Leon Clemmer & Associates, Inc.
  • Historic Curtis Hall, Cheltenham
    Leon Clemmer & Associates, Inc.
  • Toll Pavilion (new medical office building & garage) at Abington Memorial Hospital
    L.F. Driscoll Company; A.W. Lookup Corporation
  • Glencairn Mansion (renovations), Bryn Athyn
    J. S. Cornell & Son, Inc.; John Milner Associates, Inc.
  • RohMax USA Headquarters Facility (office laboratory fit-out), Horsham
  • Bachem Bioscience, Inc., Corporate Headquarters (new bldg.), King of Prussia
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (student activity center) 4190 City Line Ave.
    Granary Associates; O'Donnell & Naccarato, Inc.
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (master plan & construction), 4190 City Line Ave.
    P. Agnes, Inc.
  • Suburban Square Shopping Center (addition), Montgomery Ave., Ardmore
    John E. Boyd Construction Company
  • Goodhart Hall, Bryn Mawr College (exterior renovation), 101 N. Merion Ave.
    J. S. Cornell & Son, Inc.; John Milner Associates, Inc.
  • Glenmede Estate (renovations), Bryn Mawr College
    John Milner Associates, Inc.
  • Church of the Redeemer, Bryn Mawr
    John Milner Associates, Inc.
  • University of Pennsylvania Medical Office Building (new 3-story bldg.), Limerick

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