Woodcock Design, Inc.

2011 Walnut Street
2nd Floor
Philadelphia
PA
19103
Phone: 
267-738-0956
Year Established 
2000
About the Firm 
Woodcock Design is a full service architectural and planning practice committed to fulfilling the needs of clients and creating inspiring places that work for their intended purpose. The firm is adept at working at a range of scales, from single and multi-family residences to larger scale commercial and institutional spaces, and to working with organizations to clarify their program needs and capital plans.
Types of Work
Accessibility/ADA Consultants: 
5%
Bank/Financial: 
0%
Criminal Justice/Correctional: 
0%
Educational Facilities: 
15%
Engineering: 
0%
Environmental: 
0%
Exhibition Design: 
0%
Facilities Management: 
0%
Foodservice/Restaurant: 
0%
Health Care/Medical: 
0%
Historic Preservation/Restoration: 
0%
Hotels/Hospitality: 
0%
Housing (Multi-Unit): 
10%
Housing (Single Family): 
5%
Housing (Small Projects/Additions): 
5%
Industrial: 
0%
Institutional Facilities: 
0%
Interiors: 
5%
Lab/Research Facilities: 
0%
Landscape: 
0%
Libraries: 
0%
Museum/Galleries: 
0%
Pharmaceuticals: 
0%
Planning: 
15%
Public Work (Civic/Gov't): 
10%
Recreational: 
0%
Religious Facilities: 
0%
Retail/Shopping: 
15%
Solar Design: 
0%
Sports/Athletic Facilities: 
0%
Theater/Entertainment: 
0%
Transportation: 
0%
Urban Design: 
10%
Zoning/Building Comp: 
5%
Special Services 
Small Projects (under $50k)
Design/Build
Sustainable Design
Expert Witness/Testimony
Firm Personnel
Total Staff This Office: 
2
Architects (Registered): 
1
Interns/Draftspeople: 
1
Projects 
Diamond Furniture Warehouse Reuse & Feasibility Study, Renovations to the TLA, The Ajax Building and Fillmore Theater, Philadelphia, Master Plan for the University of Pennsylvania Dental School, Wellness Center Programming Study and Clinic at St. Elizabeth's Clinic for Project H.O.M.E.; Balinglen Arts Center; Old Nelson Deli and Apartments, 920 Pine Street, The Delong Building, 163 N. 3rd Street, The Crane Building and Ice House; Calcutta House Aids Hospice, Health Center 4 & 5, City of Philadelphia; Renovation of Blue Bell Tavern and Boelson Cottage Historic Structures, City of Philadelphia, Turning on the Lights Upstairs (Study for adaptive reuse of older Center City Philadelphia buildings)
Supplimental 
Women in Business
Contacts
Primary Contact: 
Janice Woodcock, AIA
Principals: 
Janice Woodcock, AIA
Consultant: 
Janice Woodcock, AIA Leed A-P
Supplier: 
Janice Woodcock, AIA Leed A-P
Marketing: 
Janice Woodcock, AIA Leed A-P
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