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WMF Architect Genna LaCastro Earns AIA Registration

Erie, PA — February 14, 2013 — WMF is pleased to announce that Genna LaCastro has successfully completed the Architect Registration Examination and is now a Registered Architect in the state of Pennsylvania.   Genna earned her Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Penn State University in 2008 and joined Weber Murphy Fox the same year. […]

Weber Murphy Fox Announces Employee Promotions

Erie, PA — January 23, 2013 —Weber Murphy Fox, Inc. (WMF), a regional architectural firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of several employees within the firm.   Promoted to Senior Associate are Sean Plunkett, AIA, Charlie Yazembiak, AIA, Jeff Lander, AIA Robert Lingenfelter, RLA, ASLA, LEED AP BD+C and Clete Miller. Sean Plunkett, AIA, […]

Weber Murphy Fox hires Allisyn Williams

Weber Murphy Fox, Inc., a regional architectural firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Allisyn Williams as an Intern in the Erie office. Allisyn received both her Bachelor of Architecture (2009) and her Master of Integrated Building Delivery (2011) from Illinois Tech’s Architecture program, which was originally developed by architect Mies van der Rohe […]

WMF welcomes Helen Tanous to firm

Weber Murphy Fox, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Helen Tanous as an intern architect in the Erie office.  Originally from Crossville, Tennessee, Helen received her Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University in 2005 and her Master of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati in 2009. Of her recent hiring, Helen has stated, […]

WMF Collaborates with the Urban Erie Community Development Corporation to Create Erie Aquaponics

. August 9, 2011 – The efforts of Erie Aquaponics, a for-profit business, will dovetail with the programs of the UECDC to bring needed jobs to the area, and additionally to provide opportunities and training for business ownership.  Erie Aquaponics will help the eastside Erie neighborhood in two ways: by providing living-wage jobs for people […]