Project List

Appalachian Harley-Davidson

Appalachian Harley-Davidson

Appalachian Harley-Davidson is one of Pennsylvania’s largest independent dealerships of Harley-Davidsons. The rustic, 43,000 square foot dealership features a stone fireplace, heavy timber trusses lofted above 22,643 feet of retail space and 16,000 feet of motorcycle repair space. The paved areas around the building are used for motorcycle training functions, and the design of the site provided…

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Bear Creek School

Bear Creek School

In an effort to accommodate the growth in this community, a new intermediate school was built to house grades 4, 5 and 6 and is capable of accommodating 1,200 students. Because of the potential for increased enrollment in the district, mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems were designed to add approximately 300 students in the future. In addition, the library, cafeteria…

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Benjamin Olewine III Nature Center at Wildwood Lake Sanctuary

Benjamin Olewine III Nature Center at Wildwood Lake Sanctuary

Designed with environmental responsibility as a key criterion, the 12,000 SF Benjamin Olewine III Nature Center at Wildwood Lake Sanctuary was designed collaboratively with the friends of Wildwood and Dauphin County Department of Parks & Recreation. A reclaimed former dumping area adjacent to the southern tributary of the Paxton Creek, the site is part of…

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Bon Air Library

Bon Air Library

Completed in two phases, the renovation of the Bon Air Library allows for continued operation and availability to the public and phase one includes an interior renovation of 1,890 square feet of meeting rooms, restrooms and associated support space. The second phase includes the complete renovation of the remainder of the 12,046 SF library, includes the…

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Brunswick County Courthouse

Brunswick County Courthouse

The Brunswick County Historic Courthouse building was built in 1854 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The scope of work included evaluating options for restoring and re-purposing the building for various County Government offices, review Scope of Work for the Rehabilitation of the Old Brunswick County Courthouse, review and make recommendations regarding the…

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Cabela’s Retail Inc.

Cabela’s Retail Inc.

The Cabela’s store in Fort Worth, TX is built on the site of an old farm which included a four-acre manmade pond. This farm pond was reconfigured into an exterior water feature, which is  home to water life. Regional cut limestone is used on the exterior of the store, as part of an effort to incorporate materials…

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Cabela’s Retail Inc.

Cabela’s Retail Inc.

As “The World’s Foremost Outfitter,” architects, Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates has taken the concept of combining the retail and museum  experiences to the next level. The Lacey, WA store at the time of its opening,achieved the distinction of being the world’s largest LEED certified retail store. Within a targeted LEED certified development, use of “purple pipe” reclaimed…

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Cabela’s Retail Inc.

Cabela’s Retail Inc.

With its sixty-foot entrance tower, scissors trusses and chandeliers, the Cabela’s La Vista store has a completely different look from any Cabela’s store that came before it. The lodge-inspired, single-story structure features high ceilings with an exposed cupola and separate, regionally-themed areas for the displays. This was also the first store to introduce glass into the retail…

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Cabela’s Retail Inc.

Cabela’s Retail Inc.

Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates worked closely with Cabela’s Retail, Inc. to develop several store prototype schemes to facilitate the retail chain’s transition to a publicly-traded corporation. The architects maintained a quick schedule to adapt the store prototype to the Lehi, UT site and meet the company’s expansion plans.

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Cabela’s Retail, Inc

Cabela’s Retail, Inc

As “The World’s Foremost Outfitter” Cabela’s retail stores are truly an outdoor enthusiast’s destination. Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates partnered with Cabela’s Retail Inc. to design their 247,000 SF flagship store in Hamburg, PA. Construction was completed in 2003 and the store opened its doors to seven million visitors in its first year. Cabela’s Hamburg was their…

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