Woolley Morris Architects has a twenty-year history of designing and delivering high-quality architecture for a variety of project types. Our project-focused approach brings an experienced team along with a collaborative and creative mindset to bear on all of our work, from inception to completion. Founded in 1991, Woolley Morris Architects provides full-scope architectural, interior and landscape design services, as well as leading LEED® compliance expertise and a commitment to incorporate sustainable design concepts and strategies into each project.
Our working partnership with clients is enhanced by the varied talents and breadth of experience of the individual project team. Our principals, each with over thirty years of experience, are involved and engaged from each project’s start to finish, ensuring a high level of quality control and allows us to execute larger and more complex projects. Their experience, coupled with a talented and dedicated staff that are knowledgeable in the world of constantly changing design documentation and building technologies, provide each project with the wisdom, quality and innovation that result in a successful outcome.
Our projects are distributed geographically across a five-state region, including Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Ohio and range in size from $3 million to $80 million. Public agency prequalification is at the $20 million dollar level.
Currently, our project mix includes the following:
- COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY FACILITIES, including teaching and research laboratories, academic spaces, recreational facilities, support facilities, faculty and staff offices and residence halls;
- HEALTHCARE FACILITIES, including dementia units, physicians’ offices and hospital renovations.
- K-12 SCHOOLS;
- HOUSING, consisting of apartments, retirement housing assisted living, transitional housing, skilled nursing, dormitories and private residences;
- HOTELS; and
- CORPORATE OFFICES AND INTERIORS
Woolley Morris Architects has embraced the US Green Building Council’s LEED® program, and is fully committed to incorporating sustainable concepts & strategies into each project. We believe that sustainable design practices can provide increased productivity, health and comfort for all occupants while reducing operational costs and energy dependencies. In 2002, we designed the very first LEED® certified residence hall project seen on any State University of New York campus. Since that time, we have made it a requirement that all registered architects with our firm become LEED® accredited professionals.