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Radnor ABC, Inc

Radnor ABC is part of the national A Better Chance Program, which provides academically-talented students of color from underserved communities the opportunity to attend top high schools. ABC students attending Radnor High School live in Radnor ABC’s 1920s-era frame house and carriage house. A conceptual design by the Collaborative will guide renovations and a new addition to the facility. An expanded kitchen and better common spaces to dine, study, and relax will enhance student quality of life. In the process, the original architectural character of the buildings will also be restored.

Volunteer Design Team

Ann Rothmann

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Structural Engineer

"It is really fun to problem solve with a team of diverse experts, all committed to helping our community."

Wayne, Pennsylvania

Fred Kaulbach

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Architect, Registered
Jacobs Buildings, Infrastructure and Advanced Facilities
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jeremiah Belocura

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Interior Designer

"Empowering and enriching inhabitants, design is essential in revitalizing communities because it humanizes the environment."

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

John Frondorf

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Cost Estimator
Becker & Frondorf
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Julia Dallas

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Architect, Registered

"Community design ignites a sense of place – it provides unique individuals a platform to celebrate and discover, not only themselves, but each other."

Jacobs Buildings, Infrastructure and Advanced Facilities
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Yael Asman

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Other
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
Reflects volunteers' profession and firm at time of Design Grant
Project Title
Radnor ABC: Conceptual Design for Facility Improvements
Address
120 West Wayne
Wayne, PA 19087
Neighborhood
Other
Volunteer Hours
297
Value of Pro Bono Services
$28,425
Design Grant Completed
October 18, 2018
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