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Nine Staff Join Weber Murphy Fox

Weber Murphy Fox recently added nine new employees to their team.   Recent hires include Brian C. Weber (Senior Associate), John A. Shurley (Associate), and Lisa Pim Peterson (Business Development Representative).  Recent graduates include Cody L. McKean and Bethany L. Drab. Cody and Bethany have completed Penn State University’s five-year professional Bachelor of Architecture program.   […]

WMF wins Master Builders Association Building Excellence Award in Pittsburgh

Erie, PA — March 7, 2014 — The WMF project team was honored to be selected as the winning entry in the category of New Construction Over $25 million. This Master Builder Association’s Building Excellence Award was conferred at the MBA’s annual event held February 27, 2014 in Pittsburgh. WMF, as part of the Mascaro […]

Helen Tanous earns AIA Registration

Erie, PA — December 11, 2013 — Weber Murphy Fox, Inc., a regional architectural firm, is pleased to announce that Helen Tanous has successfully completed the Architect Registration Examination and is now a Registered Architect in the state of Pennsylvania.   Originally from Crossville, Tennessee, Helen received her Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University in […]

WMF Focus of Local News Business Profile (Video)

Giving You The Business is a feature of station WICU that profiles local businesses in Erie, PA.  In August, WMF was featured as a business that has helped make the Erie region special through unique architectural designs. Principals Dick Fox and Dennis Wilkins are interviewed in this video and talk about some of the things that sets […]

WMF Offers Historic Tax Credit Presentation

On June 11th, Heather Rudge (Historic Preservationist) of Weber Murphy Fox and Melissa Ferchill (MCM Company) presented a program on utilizing tax credits to rehabilitate historic buildings. The program focused on the Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credit program, which is available for historic, and non-historic buildings, if the buildings are used in a trade or business […]