Whatever the venue, be it a country club, restaurant or hotel, we don’t rest until we’ve created a place that exudes comfort, character and a freshness that makes it memorable. Our ultimate goal with any hospitality design is to make people feel good about being there and eager to return. To do that, we carefully examine a number of factors, including the intent of the structure, its audience, and, of course, the vision of its owners. Whether a place of business or pleasure, we know how to design successful, engaging destinations that will greatly enhance every guests experience.
During its 30-year history, Three Rivers Stadium provided the location where Pittsburgh fans cheered the Steelers to four Super Bowl victories. Due to high maintenance costs, a deteriorating physical plant, and changes in fan preferences, a new stadium was erected for the 2001 football season.
Built in 1962, this clubhouse overlooks one of Pennsylvania’s premiere golf courses. WTW designed the exterior of the 29,000-square-foot addition to respect and enhance the building’s original brick exterior.
16,500 SF New /
12,500 SF Renovation
This 1931 English Tudor structure has a red brick and limestone exterior with a slate shingle roof. Using identical materials, the addition design blends with the existing facility.
7,000 SF New
In 1979, this federal-style farm house, originally built in the 1920s, underwent a total renovation, restoration and conversion into a clubhouse with cooking, dining, recreation and meeting facilities.
The renovation and restoration of the 150-room Cincinnatian Hotel re-established this luxurious downtown landmark.
6,700 SF New /
145,000 SF Renovation
The three-story addition to the Nittany Lion Inn transformed this historic landmark into a state-of-the-art conference center while maintaining the character, scale, and ambiance of the original structure.
University Park, PA
135,000 SF New/ 20,000 SF Renovation
Bayer Corporation required a new employee cafeteria as well as an auditorium for regular meetings held at its Parkway Site Campus. Meeting this dual-space need necessitated complete renovation of the existing 11,000-square-foot cafeteria.
13,200 SF Renovation