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Greenfield Architects and High Construction to Exhibit at PA Charter School Conference

 
Lancaster, PA—Greenfield Architects Ltd. and High Construction Company will exhibit at the PA Coalition of Charter Schools Conference to be held May 1-3, at the Wyndham Harrisburg-Hershey hotel, located in Harrisburg, PA.
 
The conference supports those working for, with, or on behalf of charter schools across the state. Greenfield Architects  and High Construction will be located at table #28 in the Pennsylvania Ballroom.
 
Greenfield Architects  and High Construction partnered up to design and build the MOT Charter School in Middletown, De. High Construction built two other charter schools including Newark Charter School in Newark, De., and Marion T. Academy in Wilmington, De. The design-build team has developed more than 100 projects together, including a myriad of facilities for private schools.
 
Greenfield Architects Ltd., provides architecture, planning, interior design, and adaptive reuse services for hospitality, education, commercial/office, and manufacturing/ processing/distribution facilities throughout the eastern United States. Headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., the firm is an affiliate of High Real Estate Group, which also includes High Construction Company, High Associates Ltd., and High Investors Ltd. For more information about Greenfield Architects, call 717-293-4475 or visit www.GreenfieldArchitects.net.
 
Founded in 1978, High Construction Company provides design-build, general contracting, and construction management services throughout the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. High Construction specializes in the commercial, manufacturing, processing, distribution, education, hospitality, retail, and health care markets. The family-owned business is headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., and employs over 75 professionals. High Construction is an affiliate of High Real Estate Group, which also includes Greenfield Architects Ltd., High Associates Ltd., High Investors Ltd., and High Hotels, Ltd. For more information about High Construction, call (717) 291-2276 or visit www.HighConstruction.com.
April 15, 2005