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VEBH Promotes Chris Brown and Elizabeth Cronin

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VEBH Architects is pleased to announce that Christopher Brown, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C has been named a Senior Associate in the firm and Elizabeth Cronin, LEED AP has been named an Associate in the firm. Continue reading

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Franklin Regional Moves to Construction

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The Franklin Regional School Board approved the construction contracts for the project that will consolidate the district’s elementary education program onto a comprehensive campus.  The project includes the renovation and additions to Sloan Elementary School for K-2 instruction and the construction of … Continue reading

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Steubenville Cuts The Ribbon

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   Steubenville showed its pride as it cut the ribbon and began showing off the newly expanded library.  The expansion and renovation project includes a 10,000 square foot, two story addition as well as updates to the original library.  The library’s … Continue reading

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Steubenville Library Nears Completion

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The construction is now complete and the library is now open to the public with a new 10,000- square-foot addition Continue reading

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Hampton High School Study is Wrapping Up

VEBH is accustomed to working around school schedules and testing during construction Continue reading

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Hampton High School Improvements Presented by VEBH Architects

The Hampton Township School Board formally reviewed possible updates to Hampton High School presented by Cassie Renninger, a registered archtiect and princiapl at VEBH Architects. The academic redesign is intended to provide an intense look on possible ways the current … Continue reading

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Washington Health System Opens Canonsburg Facility

VEBH Architects designed the Family Medicine Center with the intent to exceed the expectations of patients by providing thorough, accessible, and complete medical care for acute illnesses, chronic diseases, and preventative health maintenance.
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Douglas Lieb joins VEBH

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Douglas Lieb has joined VEBH Architects, bringing 26 years of experience in higher education design and project management.  He has a passion for working with Colleges and Universities to create innovative learning and socially dynamic campus environments. Continue reading

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Jim Jasper Joins VEBH Architects

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VEBH Architects is pleased to introduce Jim Jasper as a new firm principal and a key leader for our healthcare design practice. Jim offers VEBH clients 26 years of healthcare design experience developed through a wide range of medical planning … Continue reading

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North Allegheny Schools Elementary Expansions Move Forward

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The North Allegheny School District is moving forward with improvements to two of its elementary school buildings.  VEBH Architects has begun the design for the renovations and additions  to Franklin Elementary School and McKnight Elementary Schools.  The projects were defined … Continue reading

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