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Weber Murphy Fox welcomes Harrison Bink to State College

HF BinkErie, PA — August 27, 2015 — WMF is pleased to announce the addition of Harrison Bink to the firm’s State College Office. Mr. Bink brings over 30 years of professional experience as a practicing architect and as a principal of his own firms in New England and Pennsylvania.


He established Lembo, Powers, Bink and Alex, Inc. in Boston in 1985 and joined what became Bink Architects in 1988. Mr. Bink’s work has concentrated on “Architecture in the Greater Community’s Interest” in education, religious, municipal government and senior care projects.


Mr. Bink received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Rhode Island School of Design in 1976, and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts as well.  He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and a past President of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter, holds a certificate with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), is an accredited professional with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), and has been an active member of the AIA’s Council of Architects for Education and the Council of Educational Facilities Planners International. Mr. Bink is licensed to practice architecture in the states of Pennsylvania and Maryland, with reciprocal registration available in all states and Canada.


When asked why he joined WMF, Harrison stated “I’ve collaborated with the folks at WMF in the past and I find their Integrated Project Delivery approach brings true value to their clients. I wanted to be part of an organization that understands both the design and construction side of the built environment. It’s an exciting approach and will allow me to provide solutions through the entire project process.”


Harrison brings a wealth of K-12 educational building projects to augment WMF’s expertise in academic facilities and land planning skills in the State College office.