Wallace Roberts & Todd

1700 Market Street
Suite 2800
Philadelphia
PA
19103
Phone: 
(215) 732-5215
Fax: 
(215) 732-2551
Year Established 
1963
About the Firm 
Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT) is a national practice of city and regional planners, urban designers, landscape architects, and architects headquartered in Philadelphia, with additional offices in San Francisco and Miami. Established in 1963, the firm's origins are rooted in the principles of sustainability, dedicated to improving the quality of the natural and built environments in the planning and design of buildings, landscapes, cities, and regions.
Types of Work
Educational Facilities: 
5%
Historic Preservation/Restoration: 
3%
Housing (Multi-Unit): 
20%
Institutional Facilities: 
10%
Interiors: 
1%
Landscape: 
20%
Libraries: 
1%
Museum/Galleries: 
1%
Planning: 
13%
Public Work (Civic/Gov't): 
2%
Recreational: 
5%
Sports/Athletic Facilities: 
2%
Theater/Entertainment: 
1%
Transportation: 
0%
Urban Design: 
13%
Zoning/Building Comp: 
1%
Special Services 
Design/Build
Firm Personnel
Total Staff This Office: 
67
Total Staff Outside Office: 
11
Architects (Registered): 
15
Landscape Architects: 
13
Planners (Urban and Regional): 
13
Interns/Draftspeople: 
1
Graphic Designers: 
1
Administration: 
12
Projects 
SteelStacks Campus, Bethlehem, PA; Paseo Verde, Philadelphia, PA; Germantown Academy, Fort Washington, PA; Wanamaker Residential Mixed-Use Redevelopment, Philadelphia, PA; John C. Anderson Apartments, Philadelphia, PA; Imagine Austin, Austin, TX; Georgetown Waterfront Park, Washington, DC; Floyd’s Fork, Louisville, KY; Buffalo Perry Choice Neighborhood, Buffalo, NY; FringeArts, Philadelphia, PA; Principal Riverwalk, Des Moines, IA; Lake Merritt Park Master Plan, Oakland, CA
Awards 
2013: 8th & Filbert Streets Garage – AIA Philadelphia Merit Award; Hoover-Mason Trestle – AIA Philadelphia Merit Award; Mary Taylor House – NAHRO Award of Merit in Housing & Community Development; Saint Luke’s Manor – NAHRO Award of Merit in Housing & Community Development; Uplands Redevelopment – NAHRO Award of Merit in Housing & Community Development; Montgomery Corridor Choice Neighborhood Plan – Smart Growth Award; 2012: Imagine Austin Comprehensive Plan - APA Texas Honor Award; Levitt Pavilion - AIA Tri-State; Paseo Verde - AIA PA Merit Award; Red Mountain Park Master Plan - APA National Honor Award; Saint Luke's Manor – National Trust for Historic Preservation Award; Germantown Academy - Montgomery Award for Excellence; CW Brooks Building - Maryland Dept of Housing Commitment to Excellence Award; Trinity Lakes Continental Bridge Improvements - Greater Dallas Planning Association Dream Award 2011 – APA National – National Planning Firm Award; Levitt Pavilion - AIA PA Merit Award; Roosevelt Plaza - AIA PA Honor Award; GreenPlan Philadelphia – ASLA Honor Award; Washington Avenue – APA Top 10 Great Places in America Award; Mary Taylor House – Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Award; Lake Merrit Park Master Plan – CA Preservation Foundation, Preservation Design Award for Rehabilitation
Contacts
Primary Contact: 
Joseph W. Healy, AIA, Managing Principal
Principals: 
J Healy - Managing Principal, I Bunster-Ossa, J Fernsler, A Fiol-Silva, S Hammond, N Micale, M Pesch, J Stickley, E Tamulonis
Senior Associates: 
M Barr, M Bigas-Valedon, K Blanchard, J Camp, W Cline, J Gibbs, R King, V Kiselev, T Korbelak, D Ostrich, J Salerno, Y Saoji, S Vargas
Consultant: 
Joseph W. Healy, AIA
Supplier: 
Susan Sweeney
Marketing: 
Christina Warhola
PR: 
Antonio Fiol-Silva, FAIA, AICP, LEED AP BD+C
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