On March 10, 2013, after two years of construction and over a decade of planning, BWA project architect Morrie Zimmerman and Entech engineer Craig Snyder attended the ribbon cutting celebration at the Washington Crossing Visitor Center. The exhibit portion of the space is yet to be completed, but the extensive site work and building expansion, […]
Some photos of the finished construction: Stop by soon to see for yourself!
Finishes, furniture, and final details…
Project architect Morrie Zimmerman gave BWA staff the grand tour of the Washington Crossing Visitor Center as construction nears completion. The revamped and expanded facilities look sharp and spacious, the open-loop geothermal system is performing as expected, and we look forward to the building opening to the public in the coming […]
BWA was commissioned to transform an outdated and deteriorating facility into a contemporary center to orient visitors and tell the story of the historic crossing and the surrounding 18th century village of Taylorsville. The Visitor Center, expanded to 23,000 sq. ft., will include a renovated 250 seat auditorium, a museum, larger […]
On June 10, 2011, elected officials, senior staff from the PA Historic and Museum Commission, park supporters and residents gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony that marked the start of renovations to the new WCP Visitor’s Center. BWA’s team designed the renovations, additions and extensive site improvements that will transform the Visitors’ Center into an attractive […]