Tag Archives: adaptive reuse

Synergis Cuts the Ribbon on Our New Building

Last week marked a first for Quakertown Borough.  Synergis was welcomed as the first large company to move into the downtown area.  Many of the local officials and Quakertown Alive! board attended along with local news coverage to see David Sharp, Synergis Technologies President, cut the ribbon on our new building. “Being an integral part of the community is critical to

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Grand Opening: Synergis at the Best Made Center

18 South 5th Street Quakertown, PA December 11, 2014 at 1:30PM Quakertown Alive! presents the grand opening of Synergis Technologies in the newly renovated Best Made Center on December 11 at 1:30pm. Please join us for the ribbon-cutting, president’s remarks, award presentation, and tour of the Best Made Center, the new home of Synergis Technologies, Inc. We welcome Synergis Technologies

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Re:Vision Architecture Turns to Synergis to Maximize Their Investment

Earlier this year at Synergis University, we had Re:Vision Architecture present on Building the New Synergis Home: BIM, Adaptive Reuse, and Collaboration.  Drew Lavine, RA, LEED AP, Re:Vision Architecture, presented the process of transforming an old hosiery factory to open, bright technology offices that will soon hold all of our local employees.  You can see the slidedeck of his presentation

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First ‘Bucks 2 Invest’ project nears completion: Lehigh Valley Business

Reposted from Lehigh Valley Business (originally posted May 29, 2014), by Brian Pederson: A $5 million adaptive reuse project is well underway in Quakertown and represents the first new redevelopment project of this scale in many years. The project marks the first loan project approved through Bucks County’s “Bucks 2 Invest” economic development program, created in 2013 to spur business

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3rd Annual Synergis Student Competitions are Open!

Tell a student or teacher!  The competition guidelines have just been released for the 2013 Synergis Student Design Competition.  These two competitions are for k-12 students and use real-world design problems with opportunity for creativity.  Since we are based regionally, the competition is only open to PA and NJ students at this time. Architecture Competition The competition was tight last year

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