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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, […]

Opening Day Ceremonies Highlight Renovated Bellefonte Ballfield

  On May 12th, 2012, the Bellefonte VFW Teener League celebrated the opening day of their baseball season on Tanney Field at Parkview Heights Park, Bellefonte, PA. This year’s opening day ceremonies highlighted the recent expansion and renovation of Tanney Field and Weber Murphy Fox (WMF) was there to help throw out the first pitch. […]

Robert Lingenfelter to Join PA Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation Board of Directors

State College, PA — January 9, 2012­ — Landscape Architect Robert Lingenfelter, of Weber Murphy Fox (WMF), was elected to the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation (PATACF) during 2011.  The PATACF’s mission is to restore the American Chestnut to the forests and woodlands of Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic […]

COMMUNITY BENEFITS FROM HISTORIC RESOURCES, REDEVELOPMENT AND HERITAGE TOURISM

State College, Pennsylvania — December 13, 2011 Helping the community to learn about Federal Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings.   As a leader in Historic Preservation, Weber Murphy Fox (WMF), in conjunction with the Borough of Bellefonte Pennsylvania, Preservation Pennsylvania & the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Planning and Community Development Office […]

Edinboro University Dedicates New Monument

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania dedicated its “Standing Stones at the Highlands” monument on October 6, 2011.  Situated in the pedestrian crossroads of the new, $117 million Highlands at Edinboro University student housing project of eight suite-style buildings accommodating more than 1,600 students, and directly across Scotland Road from the Frank G. Pogue Student Center, this […]