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About Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc.

Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc., has offices in Camp Hill, Pa., and Piscataway, N.J., and is the architectural affiliate company of Gannett Fleming, Inc. Formed in 1978, we are a full-service multidiscipline consulting firm engaged in the practice of architectural building design and associated engineering. The firm is owned and managed by senior design professionals and consists of a diversified staff of architects, engineers, and technicians, eight of whom are Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Accredited Professionals.

Throughout our history, we have demonstrated a sensitivity to our clients’ needs, their budget constraints, and the functional requirements of the building program. We have built our reputation on sound, successful designs that are the proper blend of function, aesthetics, and cost management.

Our practice is as diverse as the services we can provide. Over the years, we have designed a wide variety of building types for both private and public clients. These include banks, military facilities, corporate office buildings, distribution facilities, municipal buildings, retail stores, and manufacturing, educational, and religious facilities. We also have experience in a wide variety of building construction methods and materials. This knowledge and the diversity of our experience enable us to provide critical insight to our clients to assist them during the planning, design, and construction phases of any project.

Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. is capable of providing the level of service commensurate with the needs of the client. Whether it’s full architectural and engineering design services, a conceptual design, or simple code analysis of an existing facility, Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. will provide the services requested.

Gannett Fleming Architects, Inc. is also familiar with the various delivery methods associated with today’s construction projects. While the majority of our past work has been accomplished using the conventional design-bid-build method, many of our more recent projects have been constructed using the design-build method. We are also familiar with construction management projects, having worked closely on projects with construction managers.