Place + Space

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The Renovation of Two Cousins Pizza

“We did the whole thing in 14 days,” said PROTO’s project manager Jeff Garner. Owners Frank and Lorenzo Bonura originally contacted PROTO Construction to renovate their restaurant, Two Cousins Pizza in Stevens, Pennsylvania, because of their personal relationship with PROTO Construction’s project manager, Jeff Garner. As a longtime customer and friend, Garner was excited to Read More

Grand Opening of Virtua Marlton Medical Center: Be Well, Get Well, & Stay Well

“Virtua is opening this beautiful Marlton [New Jersey] Medical Center; it’s the eighth Urgent Care center in the region. There are many other services in this building including holistic primary care, integrative medicine, ankle and foot care, sports medicine—essentially head-to-toe care here in this facility,” announced Virtua’s executive vice president of strategic business growth and analytics, Al Campanella, Read More

Congratulations to Listrak!

Congratulations to our friends Ross and Howard Kramer and their team at Listrak as they move into their new global headquarters located in Warwick Township, Lititz, Pennsylvania. TONO Architects was proud to be the lead designer on the project. Here are some photos from a few weeks before they moved in! A little more than one Read More

Penn Stone Renovation

  PENN STONE (190 West Ross Street, Lancaster, PA 17603) In 1914 a young salesman and stonecutter named Menno Swarr started Pennsylvania Stone, Cement & Supply Company on North Prince Street in downtown Lancaster. By 1986 Barney McGrann had purchased the business—which had been located on Ross and Water Streets since the thirties—and named it Read More

PROTO Construction Hires Brittany Mellinger

PROTO Construction hired Brittany Mellinger as their new Project Administrator. Learn more about her here. What’s your background? What did you study in school? For the past 5 years, I worked at a non-profit in Philadelphia and ran a program for individuals experiencing housing insecurity. During that time, I got my master’s degree in Public Health from Read More