July 11th, 2014
Dennis Mordan of O'Donnell & Naccarato hosted BartonPartners at the Phillies Game on Saturday, June 28. Everyone enjoyed an abundance of traditional baseball park food and drink. The crowd reveled in a spectacular fireworks show after the game. Maybe next time the Phillies will win!
June 25th, 2014
BartonPartners is pleased to announce the promotion of Matthew Henigan and the new addition of Al Shissias to Project Manager. “Both Project Managers bring a variety of experience and dedication to their roles and their recently expanded project teams,” said Bob Cogan, AIA, Principal at BartonPartners. “I have the utmost confidence in their abilities to lead projects throughout the office.” Al joined BartonPartners with over 10 years of experience working on a variety of projects, including multi-family, mixed-use, educational, senior living,…
September 23rd, 2013
BartonPartners accepted a Silver Level Sustainability Award at GVF’s Annual Sustainability Breakfast this month. The awards recognize organizations for their “outstanding achievement in implementing programs that provide and promote commuting alternatives and their employees and community.” Seth Shapiro, Director of Planning and Urban Design, accepted the award on behalf of BartonPartners from 6abc Actions News meteorologist, David Murphy, and GVF’s Assistant Director, Maureen Farrell. For more information about the awards, click here.
July 12th, 2013
Back in 2008, Lower Bucks Pediatrics (LBP) was a successful pediatric practice quickly outgrowing its cramped rental office space in Yardley, Bucks County, PA. The practice, led by Dr. Auren Weinberg, set out to find a large enough location to accommodate its growing needs when they found a nearby site in Yardley that could be transformed into a small office park consisting of three new buildings. The project was completed in Fall 2011 and received LEED certification in November 2012.…
June 4th, 2013
The New York State Agency for Homes and Community Renewal recently awarded BartonPartners the Outstanding Rehabilitation Award for our work with Conifer Realty on The Hamilton in Rochester, New York. For the 206 unit mixed-use rehabilitation project, BartonPartners redesigned the existing 1970 brutalist concrete building façade to feature an abstract pattern consisting of 21 different complementary colored panels. Illuminated by LED lighting each night, The Hamilton is now one of the most visible buildings of the city’s skyline. The color…
May 8th, 2013
The Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association presented BartonPartners with the 2013 Private Sector Leadership Award this month. Tom Barton accepted the award on behalf of the firm from the GVF Board President, Jeff Guzy, and Executive Director, Rob Henry, at GVF’s 23rd annual meeting. Executive Director, Rob Henry, said, “This award is based on Barton’s leadership in advancing mixed use sustainable communities. Barton is a leader for our region as we look to redeveloping our communities with a blend…
May 3rd, 2013
Our very own Marketing Manager, Raelene McCarthy, is this month's Featured Philanthropist on Philly Involved! In addition to dedicating her talents to BartonPartners, Raelene is also on 7 boards/committees for local non-profits and organizations, assisting with everything from bettering our community to helping conquer cancer. Read more about Raelene's non-profit work here.
May 1st, 2013
On April 17th, Barton Partners attended the groundbreaking event for Oxford Mills, a project designed to offer affordable housing and office space to young school teachers in Philadelphia. The project will utilize two depleted warehouse structures in South Kensington, Philadelphia and transform the city block into a lively community of young professionals. In addition to the residential component, a portion of the building will be dedicated to office space, including two floors dedicated to Teach for America. To read the full story about Oxford Mills…
January 4th, 2013
We are pleased to announce that Trisha McGrann has earned the National Council for Interior Design Qualification Certificate (NCIDQ). As a leader of BartonPartners’ in-house Interior Design Team, Trisha has demonstrated competence in the knowledge, skills and abilities required as a professional by earning a NCIDQ Certificate. An important milestone for any interior designer, Certificate holders have been educated, trained and examined to protect public health, safety and welfare. BartonPartners has experienced tremendous growth in interior design work. Trisha has…
December 12th, 2012
BartonPartners Architects Planners has a long standing relationship with the Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity. Through the years we have designed, coordinated, and helped construct numerous homes located within Upper Dublin and Norristown. Read more
October 11th, 2012
BartonPartners was thrilled to accept our first Sustainable Award from the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association last month. Our Marketing Manager, Raelene McCarthy, accepted the Bronze Level Award from 6abc’s Matt O’Donnell and GVF’s Assistant Director, Maureen Farrell. For more information on the Awards, click here.
September 25th, 2012
We are pleased to announce that Dan Y.W. Chong, AIA, LEED AP has joined the firm as Senior Project Manager. Dan brings over 18 years of diverse architectural experience that spans numerous projects in the residential, institutional, cultural, hospitality, and ecclesiastical sectors. He will be the firm’s sixth LEED accredited professional. As a Senior Project Manager, Dan is responsible for project management, proposals, business development, maintaining client relationships and direction for the architectural and engineering team. He brings a unique…