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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 […]

Weber Murphy Fox welcomes Harrison Bink to State College

Erie, PA — August 27, 2015 — WMF is pleased to announce the addition of Harrison Bink to the firm’s State College Office. Mr. Bink brings over 30 years of professional experience as a practicing architect and as a principal of his own firms in New England and Pennsylvania.   He established Lembo, Powers, Bink […]

Cleveland Indians ballpark renovations: Phase 2 announced with WMF renderings

Click here to read Cleveland.com’s article about the next Phase in the Progressive Field Renovation. Included on this page and in the article are renderings of WMF’s designs for the project.                        

LORD Cambridge Springs Insight and Images

Design to Accommodate Equipment Installation June 9, 2015, Erie, PA: The arrival of a 700,000 lb press, the main piece of production equipment involved in the 18,000 sq ft project for one of our international industrial clients, has arrived.  Installation began over the weekend.    Provisions for rigging and installation of 700,000 lbs. of equipment […]