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The construction for new entrances at three Hampton Township School District buildings is on schedule. The new entrances will improve security at Wyland Elementary, Central Elementary and Hampton Middle School. VEBH Architects has active projects in more than a dozen … Continue reading
The City of Steubenville’s Historic Landmarks Commission gave its approval on the window replacement project for the historic Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County. The 113-year-old windows will be replaced with energy efficient double-pane windows later this year. The … Continue reading
As the construction of the new Freedom Area Elementary School moves forward, the District begins to look ahead to exciting changes and significant savings. Read More
WVU Healthcare Berkeley Medical Center has produced a video for their new Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Click here to see the video.
The Freeport Area School District Board of Directors voted to build a new stadium / athletics complex on the High School / Middle School campus. VEBH Architects had provided the District with a study of options for moving forward with … Continue reading
The VEBH design for the Blackhawk School District’s Highland Middle School continues to receive recognition as an outstanding educational facility, this time as a result of the overwhelming support of Highland’s students and the Blackhawk community. Highland Middle … Continue reading
The WVU Berkeley Medical Center invited the community to tour their new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) designed by VEBH Architects. Read More
The Freeport Area School District is exploring options for security improvements at their High School. Read More
Team RV, the joint venture softball adventure from VEBH Architects and Radelet McCarthy Polletta, completed a perfect 17-0 season capturing their second straight Pittsburgh Architecture Softball Title.
Breaking Ground, a publication of the Master Builders’ Association of Western Pennsylvania, features the work of VEBH and Volpatt Construction on the new and renovated buildings that have a part of Waynesburg University’s growth. The campus was recently listed as … Continue reading