The architectural firm’s design work and Royal Square Development and Construction’s renovation earned the 2018 Public Impact Award from Preservation Pennsylvania.
Murphy and Dittenhafer Architects is playing an important role updating the Florence Bain 50+ Center in Maryland to meet the needs of a growing 50-plus demographic.
This year, two students received scholarships from the Central Pennsylvania Architects Foundation Fund and American Institute of Architects, funds supported by Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects.
The York architectural firm is fixing the parish’s water problems by working on the roof of the church to the grounds surrounding it.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects is designing the upscale one- and two-bedroom apartments in the renovated structure along the Susquehanna River.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects created an entirely new campus image for Prince George’s Community College in Maryland by transforming a nearly half-century old building.
By continually updating its facilities and physical appearance via an on-call relationship, Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects helps the University of Maryland thrive in today’s higher education environment.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects’ work on the new Victory Villa Elementary School also met silver LEED certification requirements.
Elizabethtown College tasked Murphy & Dittenhafer Interiors with modernizing its Myer Hall dormitory building.
From millennials to empty nesters, M&D is designing residential spaces to meet the changing needs of the people who live there.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects is focused on giving clients a great return — even on a modest investment.
This recognition is for architectural design that directly contribute to a client’s growth and success, something that Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects prides itself on.
The local baseball team asked M&D if they could help come up with the best way to create an engaging, year-round space.
Frank Dittenhafer answers some of the questions he fields most frequently, from ‘What are you working on now?’ to ‘What’s your favorite project?’
Historical significance isn’t just important to the project – it is the project, says Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects has been involved with the initial transformations and has helped with the renovations over the years.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects’ expertise in transforming community colleges is helping make those institutions more attractive to potential students.
From the Pullo Center to designing its new innovation building, Penn State York often turns to Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects to keep the buildings on its campus up to date.
The new design proposed by Murphy & Dittenhafer opens up a number of walls and reconfigures interior spaces so that the church has a much more open and inviting feel to it.
The work takes some real care so that it’s done without compromising the historic integrity of significant historic components.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects will bring its eye for lines, light, and links to the past to Harrisburg, carefully preserving the historic architecture of the Forum Building.
Principles of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification are integrated into every project the firm works on, says Frank Dittenhafer.
When it comes to his architectural firm, Frank Dittenhafer says the administrative team is worth celebrating as the “Super Stars of Murphy & Dittenhafer.”
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects are working at a fast and aggressive pace to meet the school’s tight deadline.
As a graduate of Penn State, Frank Dittenhafer has made it a priority to give back to the school and students who will be future leaders in the industry.
The much-needed addition by Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects was created to be flexible and consistent with the architecture of St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects recently presented the conceptual design for the Downtown Shenandoah Innovation and Event Center.
The Western Maryland Community College underwent updates, improvements, and modernization.
The two-story school will feature a green roof, outdoor amphitheater, and three playgrounds.
The team at Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects employs adaptive reuse to revitalize downtown relics some might consider “white elephants.”
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