Montgomery County Community College, New Health Sciences Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting – October 2017. The College celebrated the grand opening and ribbing cutting of the new Health Sciences Center. The project designed by Kimmel Bogrette included a complete renovation of the former Physical Education building, adding 76,000 square feet of new constriction. The expanded space allows the […]
Room of the Week: This Is the Two-Story Indoor Fire Pit of Your Dreams “A peek inside one fabulous local space and how it all came together.”
On April 7th, 2017 Montgomery County’s John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove broke ground on its $12 million new Visitors Center project. Kimmel Bogrette Architecture + Site is honored to work again with Montgomery County, owners of the historic farm that was the first American home of John James Audubon, and with Audubon Pennsylvania […]
Penn State’s outdoor education field lab and nature center is set to undergo major construction following approval Feb. 24 by the Penn State Board of Trustees for an expansion project at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center that will be the first major facility upgrade in its 41-year history. Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center will be the focus of […]
AICUP Corporate Affiliate, Kimmel Bogrette, has developed a fixed price planning and design tool: MasterConcept Planning Process. The MasterConcept Plan has become an ACIUP Member Preferred Program (AMP). The purpose of the AICUP Member Preferred Program is to offer pricing discounts and service enhancements to AICUP member schools.
Kimmel Bogrette is working with St. Philip’s Lutheran Church to create a new, vibrant and flexible worship space, with architectural characteristics that will help to provide greater meaning to the overall mission of the church. The scale will feel intimate to worshipers with ample diffuse natural light, creating a sense of wonder and exaltation in the sanctuary. Construction will be completed on schedule and […]
Kimmel Bogrette worked with administrators and staff of the Radnor Memorial Library to study existing conditions and recommend a renovation and expansion that would transform the Library from “background” to “beacon.” The proposed and approved design is more visible from both adjoining streets, and more open, welcoming and prominent. At night, the Library will be a beacon of activity in […]
Widener University’s Harris Residence Hall was awarded “Best Student Housing Project in 2015” by the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal in April 2016. Built by IMC Construction, the residence hall accommodates 200 students and offers traditional rooms with shared bathrooms and apartment style units with full kitchens. As an additional dining center option to the entire campus, the 1st floor offers options of Einstein Bros. Bagels and Moe’s Southwest Grill.
Kimmel Bogrette is working with “MC3” to develop a dynamic, 158,000-square-foot Health Sciences Center. The $34 million Center will house the Health Sciences and Health/Fitness departments and their learning laboratories and clinics, and also be the center for the College’s athletics and student fitness programs. Lab and Clinic spaces include Computer Labs, Seminar Rooms, Nursing […]
Construction was recently completed in the Fall of 2015 on the new $21 million Student Housing complex on the Widener University campus. Kimmel Bogrette was selected for the project by Widener administrators after winning a competition to design the new 200-bed residence hall that will help to satisfy growing campus housing needs due to increases […]