Tevebaugh Associates, Inc. is now Tevebaugh Architecture!
In the 30 years since our founding, Tevebaugh Associates, Inc. has been a consistent leader in architecture, interiors, and master planning throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Continue reading Introducing: Tevebaugh Architecture
Tevebaugh Associates is proud to be involved with the design and construction of a new playground that provides opportunities for collaborative play to children of all abilities in the Newark, Delaware area. Continue reading Tevebaugh assists with design of all-inclusive playground in Newark, DE
Tevebaugh has teamed up with Benjamin’s Desk at 1608 Walnut Street in Center City to expand our collaborative, open-studio work culture into the Philadelphia market. Continue reading We’re growing!
Tevebaugh Associates led the design team renovating the 180,000 square foot, 10 story office building on 600 North King Street in downtown Wilmington. Continue reading 600 North King Street renovation complete
Chesapeake Utilities approached Tevebaugh Associates in late 2015 and asked our team to create a new Dover Campus that consolidated four separate offices, two storage facilities, a maintenance and materials supply yard, and a compressed natural gas filling station onto a new 20 acre campus in Dover, Delaware. Continue reading Chesapeake Utilities New Dover Campus Breaks Ground
Tevebaugh Associates teamed with Sikora Wells Appel to work with Delaware Tech’s Community to provide a new vision for the existing Stanton Campus Courtyard. Continue reading DelTech Courtyard Renovation Complete
First State Crossing is a 420 acre redevelopment that will transform this historically significant site into a mixed-use economic growth engine for Delaware while restoring Naamans Creek for recreational enjoyment. Continue reading New Development Plans Revealed for Claymont, DE
Tevebaugh recognized by the Mason Contractor Associates of America for outstanding use of masonry in design and construction. Continue reading Tevebaugh recognized with MCAA Vision award