Cuhaci Peterson, architecture firm, relocates from Blue Bell to Ambler

Cuhaci Peterson, a nationally recognized architecture, engineering and planning firm, has officially relocated its Philadelphia office from Blue Bell to Ambler.

The new space, located on South Maple Street, is directly across the street from the Ambler SEPTA train station.

“The design of this office was very intentional,” said Bryon McCarthy, Principal. “We wanted this office to offer the comforts of home, the convenience of commuting options, and easy access to shops, banking, lunch choices and other amenities that our employees didn’t have in our previous office,” he added.

“We’re seeing some of our clients moving to surrounding areas and it’s exciting to be able to show off our new space and get back to face-to-face interaction instead of video conferencing,” McCarthy furthered. “We welcome our clients and partners to visit anytime and to use our space as their own, which will no doubt ensure mutual success while building even stronger relationships,” he stated.

In addition to the Ambler office, the firm operates locations in Boston, Central Florida and Phoenix and has representatives located nationwide.