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Architectural firm’s Baltimore office is an ideal location for a group of people with a passion for history and architecture.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects connects with York County YMCA on a number of levels.
After breaking ground on the $26 million project at Prince George’s Community College last year, M&D and its partners have been hard at work on the "transformation project."
Architect Todd Grove says the end goal for the project is all about balance: keeping durable elements but adding a modern feel and efficiency.
“This is not just another project,” says Frank Dittenhafer. “It is going to change, in a very positive way, the landscape of downtown York.”
The firm brings new life to older properties as it makes them more relevant for how people live and work today.
As time and styles change, churches today are continuously trying to find new ways to welcome people into their worship and fellowship spaces.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects works with closely with the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education to update aging buildings.
Jonathan Taube’s keen interest in searching for the story in his work aligns well with Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects’ approach to projects.
Todd Grove, who joined the firm in 1987, ‘has a way of maximizing the potential of anything that he works on.’