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Design & Construction: A Relationship Driven Business

At Becker and Frondorf, collaboration isn't just a buzzword – it's the cornerstone of our success. We would like to express our gratitude to the firms and clients who have become integral parts of our journey. Through years of shared effort and mutual respect, we've forged lasting connections that continue to drive our passion for excellence.

If you’ve visited our website recently, you may have noticed that a variety of images now accompanies various portions of the site, helping us illustrate the process that underlies every extraordinary project. That process is inherently collaborative.

We would personally like to thank those firms and clients that contributed to the images to help us achieve this goal. We are proud to have so many colleagues in this industry, and we know these kinds of relationships have been formed through years of collaboration. We would like to acknowledge the firms who contributed to our website:

  • Beyer Blinder Belle who created the graphic plan of the master plan for Mt. Cuba.
  • MGA Partners worked on creating a model of an unbuilt Performing Arts Center for Central High School.
  • Digsau for the Germantown Friend School’s masterplan.
  • JacobsWyper’s sketch for the Academy of Nature Science’s masterplan and watercolor rendering of The Franklin Institute’s Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion.
  • Perry Benson did the rendering for The Philadelphia School with the help of Purdy O’Gwynn Architects
  • Blue Cadet for the video of the W.L. Gore’s Executive Briefing Center.
  • Nelson Worldwide/BVG Property Group for the orthogonal drawing of the Constitutional Health Plaza.
  • Ballinger for the photos of Boeing.

One of the things that sets B&F apart from other firms is our ability to collaborate. Through collaboration, we have been able to establish years-long connections with our clients and other firms we have worked with to complete projects. We have always made it a priority to maintain relationships with those we have worked with because without our clients, we would not be here. We are thankful to our clients and the firms we have worked with for always supporting and choosing Becker & Frondorf!