Reading, PA, – Muhlenberg Greene Architects is pleased to announce that Donald W. Rehmann, Jr., has joined our firm as a Project Manager.
Rehmann brings to MG Architects over 20 years’ architectural design and construction management experience.
At Muhlenberg Greene, he will oversee New Commercial Architecture, Architectural Restoration and Repair, and Adaptive Reuse projects from initial planning and schematic design through construction completion.
Rehmann earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia in 1991. He lives in Glenmoore, PA where cultivates an impressive garden in his free time, with his partner, Judy. Together as volunteers and donors, they spent six years renovating and cultivating the gardens at the Brandywine Hall care facility in West Chester.
He will work out of the firm’s Wyomissing office, but as customary, he will support projects throughout the firm’s service area, including eight states (Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, South Carolina, Virginia, Vermont) and the District of Columbia.
Muhlenberg Greene Architects has been providing design, planning, and construction administration services for this area and surrounding states for over 100 years. Celebrating a century of business in the county, the staff at MG Architects have developed strong ties to the local community, including serving on a variety of Boards and other volunteer roles. We are honored to have Don join us as part of our team!
About Muhlenberg Greene Architects, Ltd.
Since 1920, Muhlenberg Greene Architects, Ltd. has built a reputation for thoughtful design, detailed project documentation, and quality service for our clients.
The full-service Architectural Firm traces a lively, continuous history which mirrors, in any decade during that period, the then contemporary development occurring in the City
of Reading and Berks County. The early client list is rich in the names of the area’s major public and private institutions. Such local landmarks as Berks Heim, the Medical Arts Building and Stokesay Castle are products of the Firm’s historic past.
This year, in celebration of 100 years in business, Muhlenberg Greene Architects has curated a collection of original hand- drawn renderings by the Firm’s founder, Frederick A. Muhlenberg, FAIA. These images feature many well-loved historical architectural designs in Berks County. Please visit the digital archives at MG-Architects.com/legacy to view some of the images in the collection.