Bernardon Relocates Kennett Square Office to Downtown West Chester

July 26, 2017 2:35 pm Published by Comments Off on Bernardon Relocates Kennett Square Office to Downtown West Chester

 

Bernardon Relocates Kennett Square Office to Downtown West Chester

Bernardon is pleased to announce that the firm has relocated their Kennett Square office to 10 North High Street in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

The new office is located adjacent to the Historic Chester County Courthouse, on the block between Gay Street and Market Street. The team placed a high priority on location for the new office, selecting a prime spot in the heart of the downtown shopping and dining district and within minutes of Route 202 and multiple downtown parking facilities.

“We are thrilled to have our new office in the County seat,” said Kerry R. Haber, President of the firm. “Our new office will allow us to better serve our clients and will provide a top-notch design environment for our current and future team members.”

Bernardon has had a presence in Chester County for 44 years, providing architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture for a wide range of market sectors. The firm has designed a number of notable projects within West Chester Borough, including Chester County Justice Center, the restoration of the Historic Courthouse, Chestnut Square Apartments, Darlington Commons, 121 N. Walnut Street, and 313 W. Market Street.

The firm also has offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware, and was recently listed to the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Largest Architectural firms in the Philadelphia region. The firm was also recently named to the Engineering News-Record Mid-Atlantic Top Design Firms for 2017, which ranks the largest U.S.-based designs firms, both publicly and privately held, based on design-specific revenue.

An open house is planned for the West Chester office this fall. For more information, visit www.bernardon.com.


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