June 10, 2010
WRT Selected for Temple Station TOD Project
The partnership of Asociacion de Puertorriquenos en Marcha (APM) and prominent New York developer Jonathan Rose Companies has selected WRT to provide architectural services for the Temple Station Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) project in Philadelphia, PA. APM is a Latino-based, non-profit organization that supports economic and community development in order to improve quality of life in the Philadelphia area.
June 4, 2010
Richmond Civic Center Wins AIA San Francisco Honor Award
The LEED Gold-rated Richmond (CA) Civic Center won the Honor Award in the Historic Preservation and Innovation in Rehabilitation category from the American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter's design competition.
June 2, 2010
WRT's Delaware River Trail Helps Philadelphians Achieve their Waterfront Vision
In May, a new 1/2-mile section of the Delaware River Trail, winding from the Pier 70 shopping center to Washington Avenue, was officially opened.
May 27, 2010
WRT to Develop Richmond Field Station Master Plan for UC Berkeley
WRT was selected by the University of California, Berkeley to develop a physical master plan for the Richmond Field Station, an academic and research facility located six miles northwest of the UC Berkeley Campus.
May 25, 2010
David Rouse to Help Foster Urban Forest Planning
WRT principal David Rouse is assisting the American Planning Association (APA) in the development of a training workshop that will instruct planners nationwide on the integration of urban forestry into current and long-range planning activities.
May 11, 2010
Overlook Park Wins 10,000 Friends 2010 Commonwealth Award
The 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania selected the Overlook Park Neighborhood in Allentown for one of their 2010 Commonwealth Awards.