Langan provides an integrated mix of engineering, environmental consulting and landscape architecture services in support of land development projects, corporate real estate portfolios and the energy industry. Our clients include developers, property owners, public agencies, corporations, institutions and energy companies around the world.
Founded in 1970, Langan employs more than 1,100 professionals across 34 offices throughout the United States and abroad, including an office in center city Philadelphia where our local team has helped to reinvent some of the city’s most important public spaces. A sampling of this experience is showcased throughout this web tour.
The Pavilion – Penn Medicine
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer & Data Center
MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper University Hospital
2013 American Council of Engineering Companies, Diamond Award
HUMC – The Second Street Pavilion
UCHC Outpatient Pavilion and Parking Garage
The UCHC Ambulatory Care Complex is a design-build project with an aggressive delivery schedule. The project includes a 300,000 square-foot medical building and six-story parking garage. Langan is providing engineering, environmental permitting and surveying services. Site challenges include existing wetlands that require filling, a mass excavation over more than 70 feet in some areas, a need for flood management verification, and significant utility upgrades and reconfigurations on an active health care campus. The site design will incorporate environmentally sensitive stormwater techniques and the team is seeking LEED Silver certification for the project.
- 2016 Connecticut Building Congress Project Team Award – First Place for New Construction
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
New Brunswick, NJ
New Brunswick Development Corporation
ODonnell and Naccarato
University of Connecticut – Innovation Partnership Building
2018 AIA Connecticut Design Award
Biotrial North American Headquarters
University of Pennsylvania – Perry World House
Swarthmore College – NPPR Residence Hall
USciences – 1st Year Residence Hall
Temple University Aramark STAR Complex
Bridesburg Riverfront Park
Race Street Pier
Race Street Connector
The project’s streetscape improvements largely focused on enhancing the pedestrian footway with decorative illuminating screen walls, architectural lighting, street furnishings, ornamental bollards and decorative landscaping. Roadway improvements included the addition of a designated bike lane along Race Street and the reconfiguration of two intersection alignments at Front Street and Water Street. The reconfigured alignments will allow pedestrians to cross the intersections without the use of curb ramps and will improve pedestrian-vehicular interaction at these intersections.