Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates Founding Partner Douglas Rohrbaugh Named to Central Penn Business Journal Power 100

Harrisburg, PA, March 22, 2021 – G. Douglas Rohrbaugh has been honored among the Central Penn Business Journal Power 100 for his extraordinary leadership and influence in shaping better communities, Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates – Architects is pleased to announce.

“The quality of life in our region is directly affected by our access to healthcare, public safety and public education. As Architects we strive to provide quality, cost effective facilities for our clients that go beyond today’s needs and provide for a better future,” says Rohrbaugh, who is Founding Partner of Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates.

The Power 100 is comprised of “individuals who hold positions that give them the ability to shape our communities and influence our quality of life,” says Garry Lenton, Managing Editor for the Central Penn Business Journal. “The editorial staff of Central Penn Business Journal considered those who make our laws, build our homes and highways, protect our health and safety, educate our children, support the vulnerable, and provide the spark that inspires innovation and economic growth. This is not a ranking. There is no score. Our intent is to introduce our readers to the people who make the decisions.”

In 1984, Tom Crabtree and Doug Rohrbaugh founded Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates on a single philosophy: to provide a “Client-Oriented” approach to architectural design. Working hand in hand with their clients allows the team to meet the vision for the project. The firm uses an integrated design process to transform vision into reality, continuing with it’s defining strength of listening to the client.

CRA’s well-managed, collaborative approach places priority on the primary users of the building and has allowed the firm to enjoy the many clients and partnerships they have throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

Douglas Rohrbaugh – Central Penn Business Journal (

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