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Our Fall edition of Perspective is HERE! You’ll find news about one of Pennoni’s most historic projects to date, Philadelphia’s iconic I-95 C...
Philadelphia, PA – Pennoni, a multidisciplinary consulting engineering firm headquartered in Philadelphia, is delighted to announce the promotion of...
As mentioned in our Fall 2022 issue of Perspective, Pennoni recently open an office in The District of Columbia, expanding our ability to better servi...
Jim’s South St., an iconic Philadelphia cheesesteak staple, was devastated by a fire that tore through the shop on July 29, 2022. After the devastat...
The I-95 Central Access Philadelphia (I-95 CAP) project is a vision of the 2011 Master Plan for the Central Delaware River Waterfront. It is a multifaceted plan that calls for multimodal improvements along the Delaware River waterfront to promote long-term economic development. A key feature of this plan is to improve access and views to the waterfront from Center City and to create a new vibrant landscaped public space for the region and its visitors.
A traffic model comprised of 92 intersections was developed for assessment of future traffic conditions and temporary traffic conditions associated with staged construction and detours. A comprehensive traffic management plan (TMP) is being prepared to minimize impacts resulting from full closures of I-95 (nighttime work only), South Street, Walnut Street, and Chestnut Street through the study area.
Roosevelt Plaza Park (RPP) is a historic 75,000-sq.ft. park in front of Camden’s City Hall reopened in June 2012. A collaborative effort between Pennoni, Sikora Wells Appel and New American Public Art created two pop-up iterations to enliven the existing park.
Each version of the pop-up focused on providing a safe, welcoming public space for residents and city workers, providing areas for eating, relaxation and public art. Intermediate Bulk Containers were used to create a seating area and a large light installation with a shade structure. The second reincarnation, RPP water was more interactive and included various ways to learn about the city’s stormwater management efforts, including a rain curtain, water organ, and on-site irrigation system. The project received the APA-NJ Chapter’s Outstanding Implemented Plan Award and the Great Places Award from the EDRA and Project for Public Spaces.
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