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 About the Architects
The Mt. Lebanon Board of School Directors unanimously approved the selection of Celli-Flynn Brennan Architects and Planners (CFB) as the architect of record for the Mt. Lebanon High School renovation project at the November 19, 2007 Regular Board meeting. Thomas C. Celli, CFB president, will lead the project. Partnering with CFB will be the Chicago based firm of OWP/P. The representatives of OWP/P will lead, in collaboration with CFB, the schematic and design development effort as the building is designed, the concepts are agreed upon and the education specifications are confirmed. Both firms have provided extensive architectural services to school districts. 

 
  

            




Alderdice High School roof




Alderdice High School front

 

Celli-Flynn Brennan Firm Overview- Excerpts from architectural RFP
Company headquarters- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Website-www.celli-flynn.com

Education Focus
CFB Architects and Planners have been involved in designing educational buildings for 57 years and have completed more than $1 billion dollars in educational projects. The firm began in 1949 and has been in continuous practice of architecture throughout the eastern United States since then. We have constructed buildings in 17 states. Today, the firm's practice ranges from public schools, Catholic schools, educational buildings, college and university projects and historic preservation projects ranging from South Dakota to North Carolina to New York State. CFB is a leader in educational architecture.

In the past, we have pioneered a number of "firsts" in the structures we designed:
- The first "Systems Construction" elementary school in Western Pennsylvania
- The first all electric high school in Pennsylvania (Norwin)
- The first auditorium and large group instruction combination to increase auditorium capacity while maintaining state reimbursement
- The first building with a reduction in window area from 16% of the classroom floor to 5%
CFB is a recipient of numerous design awards in the areas of K-12, higher education, historic renovation, commercial, government buildings, wellness centers and churches. The firm was awarded the the prestigious Arthur Ross Award from Classical America for for the East Wing of the PA State Capitol. It was a large ($140 million) multi phased project that took 5 years to construct.

Largest Education Projects 
Our largest educational projects include numerous high schools in western Pennsylvania such as the Norwin Senior High School, the Belle Vernon Senior High School, and the McKeesport Senior High School. In the last 5 years, we have had a variety of educational projects including the Oakland Catholic High School, a difficult phased renovation and an addition project that is similar to the Mt. Lebanon School District High School project. This $15 million dollar project is entering its third phase of construction. Recently completed in Morgantown, West Virginia is a highly unusual 500 pupil K-8 school known as the Saint Francis Elementary School. This $10 million dollar project was built on the site of an old dairy farm, and the dairy farm inspired the architecture of the building.

     

 

 

OWP/P Firm Overview-Excerpts from architectural RFP
Company Headquarters-Chicago, Illinois
Website-www.owpp.com

STAFF
OWPIP has been providing architectural services since 1958. Our staff of 40 education architects and engineers has dedicated their careers to the planning and design of learning environments. As warranted by project needs, our education architects and engineers can be supported by additional resources of our 315-member firm. 

 
Antioch Community High School hallway


A.E. Stevenson High School Fine Arts classroom


A.E. Stevenson atrium


North Grand High School Library

 


INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING
OWP/P is committed to integrated design services that include architecture, interior design, structural and MEPIFP engineering, facility assessments and educational facility consulting services. Our integrated practice allows us to provide our clients a seamless project team-a single point of contact for our clients' architectural and engineering needs

PEER LEADERSHIP
Through our involvement with national educational design councils, such as the American Architectural Foundation's 'Great Schools by Design' initiative, OWP/P is a leader in the latest design concepts and innovative educational programs. We are pleased to be recognized for our outstanding educational planning design by our clients' organizations and our peers, including IASBO, AASA, Designshare and the American Institute of Architects.

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN APPROACH
Today's emphasis on sustainable design is consistent with OWP/P's approach to designing schools for long-term value and consideration of life-cycle cost benefits. We believe that every school project should focus on creating healthy environments that promote learning excellence and consider future generations. Since joining in March of 1999, OWPIP has been an active member of the US Green Building Council. More than 70 of our employees are LEEDTM accredited professionals. 

TEN LARGEST EDUCATION PROJECTS
1. Chicago Public Schools
2. A.E. Stevenson High School District 125
3. Antioch Community High School District 117
4. Arlington Heights School District 25
5. Beach Park Consolidated School District 3
6. Cayman Islands, Ministry of Education
7. Homewood-Flossmoor High School District 233
8. Red Clay Consolidated School District
9. The University of Chicago Law School
10. Carbondale Community High School District 165 

 

 


 

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