Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects' work can be found all over the city of York. In just a few square miles, we've contributed to more than 40 buildings over the past several years.
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Rather than simply list every project, we decided to make a little game out of it.
We've picked out 10 York structures. We'll show you a photo of the project and list four possible answers (all of which M&D has had a hand in designing).
How many can you identify correctly? We'll start out with some easy ones, but it'll get a little trickier as the quiz continues. Good luck!
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects is a partner not only in designing new spaces for Harrisburg Area Community College’s York campus but in financially helping them further their mission.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects re-made the Baltimore courtrooms to create the proper atmosphere of tranquility and fairness in the space.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects is designing a new main entryway with a covered drop-off area, as well as a renovated office with the latest technology, a lounge area, and meeting space.
The staff at Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects recently gathered for a company-wide forum to talk about the importance of design in all aspects of their work.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects has a history of donating its time and talents. ‘All of us like to be part of community organizations,’ says one architect.
The design phase for most of the interior work is just wrapping up, with construction expected to continue until summer of 2021.
Frank Dittenhafer, II, FAIA, LEED AP, President of Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects, today announced the hiring of Architectural Designers Ralph Muenstermann and Cody Cummings, who will both work out of the firm’s York, Pennsylvania, office.
“For the first time at night, you can see Old St. Paul’s Rectory,” says Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects’ Peter Schwab. “It’s a new and different thing for the city to have this old building back.”
Even when facing unique structures, tight deadlines and limited budgets, the professionals at Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects find ways to bring our clients’ visions to life.
The unique gathering space will give a new layer of identity to the York campus, Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects President Frank Dittenhafer says.