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Senior Interior Designer, Mr. Derek A. Perini, IIDA
June 29, 2015

Bernardon is pleased to welcome to their team an experienced Senior Interior Designer, Mr. Derek A. Perini, IIDA. Mr. Perini is well-known in the region for senior living design, and has designed the interiors for several multi-million dollar Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs). He has also been a speaker at both national and regional events for the prominent aging services organization LeadingAge, and a judge at the annual Environments for Aging Conference.

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Philly Distilling
June 18, 2015

Pennsylvania’s first craft distillery since Prohibition will be relocating its headquarters to Fishtown this fall in a soon-to-be concert hall near the Delaware River waterfront. Philadelphia Distilling will be moving into 13,000 square feet of space in the former Ajax Metal Co. building at 1000 Frankford Ave., which will reopen this fall as an entertainment complex called Penn Treaty Village.

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100 St Georges
May 15, 2015

As part of his due diligence when he buys a property, Cas Holloway walks it. Like most astute developers, he is looking at the topography, how the sun hits the site at different times of the day, and how it relates to the neighborhood surrounding it, among other things. So when Holloway walked the nearly two-acre former Main Line YMCA property in Ardmore, he knew he wanted it.

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Michael S. McCloskey, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
May 11, 2015

Bernardon is pleased to announce that Michael S. McCloskey, AIA, LEED AP BD+C has joined the firm’s senior leadership team as a Shareholder and Associate Principal. Mike joined Bernardon in 2007 and has since specialized in the design and management of a wide range of project types, including multifamily, corporate, emergency services, retail, and urban design.

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Kalmar Nyckel

A crowd of more than 350 people celebrated Sunday’s grand opening of the new Copeland Maritime Center at the Kalmar Nyckel shipyard. The massive building, site improvements and new dock for the Kalmar Nyckel – an educational re-creation of the ship that brought Delaware’s first permanent European settlers to a nearby spot called “The Rocks” – represent a $5 million investment in the site, said Cathy Parsells, executive director.

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