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ENR MidAtlanticís Design Firm of the Year features a portfolio that reaches from the Philadelphia skyline to the streets of municipalities around the region.

MidAtlantic Top Features

Pennoni Makes Its Mark

From the Philadelphia skyline to the streets of municipalities around the region, ENR MidAtlanticís Design Firm of the Year has a broad reach.

Transportation, Water Work Drive Design Revenue

Several local firms saw improved revenue in 2013, especially those engaged in major infrastructure work.

Top Design Firms

The mid-Atantic's largest design firms, ranked by 2013 revenues.

Energy-Efficiency Lab Clears Delivery Hurdles

Despite using a traditional design-bid-build delivery method, the team behind the Consortium for Building Energy Innovation pursued a highly integrated approach.

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