Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects announces new hires
Conklin holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the Art Institute of York (Pennsylvania) and previously worked for a central Pennsylvania supply company’s kitchen and bath showroom.
“My goals are to find solutions for people through interior design, such as cheering up children when visiting a medical facility, or making older buildings handicapped accessible,” Conklin says. “When you can see what a group of people need in a building and can achieve that, it’s amazing.”
Wright holds bachelor and master’s degrees in Architecture from the University of Kentucky and worked in the school’s Physical Plant Division Design and Construction Department, proposing, designing and managing campus projects.
“The diversity of M&D’s work attracted me, particularly adaptive reuse and preservation of historic buildings,” Wright says. “My goal as an architectural designer is to learn and absorb everything I can up to and past licensure. The development of emerging talent M&D provides was a contributing factor in my decision.”
Wright also likes that M&D’s work is centered around the community.
“It takes true talent to understand the importance that engagement of design has on communities,” he says, “and that is something I wanted to be part of.”
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects provides award-winning architectural, interiors and planning services for master planning, renovation, adaptive reuse, historic preservation, expansion and new construction for clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. The firm has offices in Baltimore, Maryland, and York, Pennsylvania.
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