Multiple interior renovations were required due to the dynamics of the changing industry and workforce in the 21st century.
A comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for sit down meals or take out was provided by the renovation.
The Bluetique gift shop was incorporated into the new Health Place, along with the renovated, well-equipped health and fitness centers.
To establish a distinct new identity for the Cooper Student Center on Campus, the facility underwent a complete transformation.
A 15 city block new Master Plan was developed for over 600,000 sf of retail/commercial space and added more than 400,000 sf of retail and mixed-use buildings.
A state-of-the-art facility was designed for 2,300 employees on the Center Street Campus.
Highmark entered the “retail delivery” marketplace: direct-to-customer and Murray Associates designed the Prototype Store.
After almost a century of service to the Catholic community, the Cathedral was in need of significant restoration to its copper dome, slate clad pitched roofs, gold leaf cross and exquisite stained-glass windows.
This LEED “Gold” Certified contemporary office building reflects and compliments the historic surrounding neighborhood.