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Theo Thwing passes Green Associate Exam

State College, PA — July 1, 2014 — Theodore Thwing, a Landscape Architect Intern with WMF, has recently passed his Green Associate Exam and is now credentialed as a Green Associate.  The LEED Green Associate credential is intended for professionals who want to demonstrate green building expertise in non-technical fields of practice. The Green Building […]

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 Architect Anna Childe Featured in State College Magazine

WMF State College Office Manager Anna Childe was recently featured in State College Magazine. The article focuses on her background as well as some of her recent projects in the State College area.                  

Official Dedication of the Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellance and Rossman Park

Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellance and Rossman Park With a ceremony and ribbon cutting, the Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence and Rossman Park were officially dedicated Aug. 18, 2011.   Chancellor Lori J. Bechtel-Wherry gave remarks along with James Broadhurst, immediate past chair of the Penn State Board of Trustees; senior business major Stephanie McConville; […]

WMF works with PSU to Design Buildings for Soccer Teams

. In Fall 2010, Penn State asked WMF to work with the Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams to study the need for, and siting of, a ‘meeting pavilion’ for use during practice. Meetings with the Coaches, the University Planners and members of the grounds staff lead to 3 siting options and explored various uses for […]