The University of Pennsylvania welcomed members of the Class of 2020 to its campus in Philadelphia last month, including the first residents of the recently-completed New College House at Hill Field (NCH
CVM designed a window replacement program for historic Denbigh Hall.
As structural engineer, CVM worked closely with architect Wallace Roberts and Todd on the project’s primary design challenges.
CVM’s Keith Kesner, PhD, PE, SE, FACI will present a webinar for the American Concrete Institute (ACI) on the newest version of the ACI 562 Code for the repair of existing concrete structures.
CVM is excited to announce that we are working with Metcalfe Architecture & Design and Jonathan Alderson Landscape Architects on several new amenities at the renowned Dow Gardens in Midland, MI.
The Delaware Valley Association for Structural Engineers recognized three CVM projects at their 2016 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards, held on the evening of May 19 at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in the Old City section of Philadelphia.
We are pleased to announce that Temple University’s Mitchell and Hilarie Morgan Hall has been shortlisted for a 2016 International Architecture Award by The Plan.
CVM made a contribution today toward a monumental change in Philadelphia, assisting Materials Conservation, George Young Company and the City of Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy in temporarily relocating Robert Indiana’s iconic Love Statue.
Philadelphia Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron recently recapped the major construction projects completed in Philadelphia under former mayor Michael Nutter, and we are pleased to note that two projects for which CVM provided structural engineering consulting services were listed among the best of that time.
CVM Project Manager Keith Kesner, PhD, PE, SE will be teaching a class this Thursday at the World of Concrete meeting in Las Vegas.