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Weber Murphy Fox Builds Community by Helping Those In Need

After a 2015 fire that greatly damaged their kitchen, Erie’s Emmaus Soup Kitchen approached Weber Murphy Fox for help in rebuilding. The firm’s response was to use its time and talent to help this community asset to grow. Read more about this effort in the following PDF, taken from Emmaus Ministries’ February 2016 edition of their […]

Penn State Altoona breaks ground for Adler expansion project

ALTOONA, Pa. — Penn State Altoona held a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 21, for the Adler Athletic Complex renovation and expansion project.   Click HERE to read more (Penn State News).

Progressive Field renovations, potential free-agent additions hot topics as Cleveland Indians focus on 2016

Crain’s Cleveland Business website recently shared some articles about WMF’s renovations at Progressive Field:   Progressive Field renovations, potential free-agent additions hot topics as Cleveland Indians focus on 2016 Cleveland Indians announce second phase of Progressive Field makeover   Cleveland Indians announce second phase of Progressive Field makeover

Weber Murphy Fox welcomes Ryan Doran to Erie Office

Erie, PA — October 1, 2015 — WMF is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan Doran to the firm’s Erie Office as a Project Architect. Mr. Doran brings over 9 years of professional experience, including 7 years that he spent at a firm in Ireland.   Mr. Doran received a Master of Architecture with […]

Brian Weber publishes an article on Erie’s Bayfront in Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership’s publication

Erie’s Bayfront- Brian Weber of WMF publishes an article in the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership’s bi-monthly publication “Erie.”   The Aug/Sep 2015 issue focuses on Erie’s Bayfront and Brian captures the history of bayfront development as this regional asset transitions from heavy industry to a recreational and tourism destination.   Click Here to view […]