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Welcome Our Summer Intern, Sophia!

We are excited to introduce our summer intern!

Join The Sheward Partnership Team – Job Openings in Philadelphia

The Sheward Partnership is hiring!

Inside TSP’s Office: Wellness at Work

As architects and sustainability consultants, we think about space planning and design every day. But recently, the design process has hit a little closer to home. We are looking to find a new office space in the next two years for our Philadelphia office.

TSP Welcomes New Sustainability Project Manager

We are excited to announce the newest member of The Sheward Partnership team!

TSP Adds New Designer to the Philadelphia Office

We are excited to announce the newest member of The Sheward Partnership team!

Inside TSP’s Office: Our Switch to Corporate Composting

Marketing and ad campaigns enforce the idea of “going green”, using buzz words such as “sustainability” “eco-friendly”, and “green” in order to draw customers in. But what does that mean? Practically speaking, how does this affect someone in an office setting from day to day?

A Fresh Face for 3.0 University Place

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by University Place Associates to serve as the Architect of Record and Sustainability Consultant for its second commercial office building, 3.0 University Place.

Passport to Creativity Part 1: Cevisama 2019

Our interior designer, Maegan, was honored to be a guest of Tile of Spain and to spend a week with them in Valencia and Palma de Mallorca, learning about advances in porcelain tile technology and the influence from Spain on the material we see in the United States.

Louis H. Farrell Elementary School

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by the School District of Philadelphia to design a combination addition and renovation of Mayfair Elementary School, located in Northeast Philadelphia.

Man on Roof: Scenes from our Resident Roof Designer

Roof system design may not always be a creative outlet in the field of architecture, but it provides another opportunity for balance: combining the technical tasks of providing an energy efficient and watertight envelope, with appreciating the views of our great city.