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New Name, Leadership Changes at Bernardon Haber Holloway

New Name, Leadership Changes at Bernardon Haber Holloway
July 15, 2015

Bernardon Haber Holloway Architects, an award-winning regional architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture firm, has announced a new name, graphic identity, and leadership structure as the next chapter in its 42-year practice.

The firm’s new name will be simply Bernardon, a nod to the leadership of founder Arthur A. Bernardon, AIA, who began the firm in 1973 and has led it to become one of the top 300 architecture firms in the country. Also added to the firm’s identity are the words “DREAM. DESIGN. SUCCEED.” These words represent the Bernardon process, which entails the ability to listen and collaborate [DREAM]; to create [DESIGN]; and to foster a collaborative environment to meet the goals of their varied clients [SUCCEED].

Kerry R. Haber, AIA, will be leading the firm as President while William E. Holloway, AIA, and Neil B. Liebman, AIA, assume the roles of Vice President and Managing Principal, respectively. The firm’s senior leadership also includes Principals Paul Andrew Sgroi, AIA, Douglas C. Hertsenberg, AIA, and Timothy J. Cassidy, PhD, RLA, as well as Associate Principal Michael S. McCloskey, AIA. Arthur Bernardon will assume the role of Chairman.

Bernardon has designed numerous landmark projects in the region, including the Chester County Justice Center, the Air Liquide Delaware Technology and Research Center, Dansko Corporate Headquarters, and the restoration and renovation of the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Railroad Station in Wilmington. The firm has also designed millions of square feet in the senior living, multifamily, healthcare, higher education, civil & cultural, retail, and residential sectors.

Notable current projects by Bernardon include the new North American Headquarters of Saint-Gobain and CertainTeed, Chestnut Square Apartments in West Chester, and a one million square foot distribution center for Five Below in South Jersey. Bernardon is also involved with the redesign of the Coatesville Train Station, part of the urban redevelopment efforts currently taking place in the City of Coatesville.

“We are a growing firm, constantly improving with new leaders and colleagues.” says Kerry Haber, President. “We will seize opportunities to highlight the strengths of our people and showcase our abilities as a highly creative and collaborative firm.”

Bernardon has offices in Kennett Square, PA and Wilmington, DE. For more information, please contact Angel VanBennekom at (610) 444-2900 or avanbennekom@bernardon.com.

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