If you've ever admired the design of a building or a unique ceiling, you know a lot of planning went into it.
That's what Weber Murphy Fox deals with everyday. We take a look inside at some of their projects in our area.
"This building here is the project at the Red Sea at Penn State Behrend, Where they paired their school of business and their school of engineering," said Dennis Wilkins, a member of Weber Murphy Fox Principle.
Wilkins looks the many of the finished projects that the company has completed over the years.
One project in Cleveland won a national AAA award. The company also helped the client through added historic preservation and historic tax credits to complete the job.
The Erie architectural firm employs 24 people at the Erie location on West Lake Road.
There's 36 total including those at the cCeveland, State College and Charlotte, NC offices.
Among the firms accomplishments over the years is a conservatory at Baldwin Wallace, Bethel Park High School near Pittsburgh, and current work being done at the new Lord Corporation site in Summit Township.
From church and school projects like at Saint George in Erie County, to designing a place that accentuates the Penn State Behrend campus, the use of creativity is endless.
New Technology is what founder Dick Fox says has been one of the biggest industry changes, and it allows the business to continue to grow 46 years after it first started.