When renovation plans began in earnest in 2006, the Parkway Central Library building was only 35% accessible to the public. Today, 68% of the building is now usable with 41,000sf of new community space developed in the area that previously housed the library’s impressive book stacks.
The mission of the Asplundh Cancer Pavilion is to provide a state-of-the-art, top-tier cancer treatment. Our mission was to diligently execute the thoughtful design, solve some complicated construction problems, and deliver this beautiful medical facility.
When American Water, one of the nation’s largest publicly traded utilities, was looking to consolidate all their operations under one roof, a site on the Camden, NJ waterfront provided the perfect opportunity. Completing this striking new facility required a level of coordination and dexterity among the team to implement the project successfully.
Opening in 2018, this 175,000sf Global Innovation Center located in Philadelphia’s historic Navy Yard, brings research, product development, and technology initiatives together in one location. To meet an ambitious schedule to deliver the project three months early, the team had to handle all the complexities involved in building a unique lab building - custom air handling systems, a utility plant, custom paint spray booths, purifying exhaust equipment – combined with all the elements of a corporate headquarters building.
This master plan expansion to UPMC Susquehanna Health’s Williamsport Regional Medical Center included 375,000sf of new construction, 70,000sf of renovations, and the construction of a 3-story, 21,000sf central utility and cogeneration plant.
Our team is proud of its ongoing relationship with the Chester County Hospital. In 2014 our team completed the Lasko Tower and, later, an orthopedic unit and a pediatric unit renovation. Now under construction, this expansion is the largest in...
We are proud of our ongoing relationship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art. From the Perelman Building in 2004 to an art handling facility, we have completed a range of projects for the Museum and now are working on the latest phase of Frank Gehry’s Master Plan, called the Core Project, in the historic landmark museum building.
From the Perelman building to the Core Project, we are proud of our ongoing relationship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA). In 2007 LF Driscoll began restoration and renovation work of the terracotta, stone facades and roof elements on the museum main building.
We are proud of our ongoing relationship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA). Over the years LF Driscoll’s work for the museum has included scales both highly visible and highly specific.
We are proud of our ongoing relationship with the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA). The Perelman building was one of LF Driscoll’s first large projects with the PMA, a relationship which has grown to include numerous upgrades to the main museum building and new construction alike.