Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates is proud to announce G. Douglas Rohrbaugh has been honored among the 2023 Central Penn Business Journal Power 100 as an individual that has help to shape our communities and influence the quality of life in our region.
“They are leaders — some quite prominent and well-known – as well as those who are behind-the- scenes change-makers. They operate in all spheres of endeavor: law, finance, education, government, health care, business and nonprofits,” says Ernest Long, Managing Editor for the CPBJ.
As co-founder of Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates, Doug Rohrbaugh has guided the growth of now one of Pennsylvania’s largest architectural firms. He is recognized for establishing positions in new market sectors and implementing strategies to support the firm’s long-range plans. Rohrbaugh is credited with launching CRA’s relationship with Cabela’s Retail Inc. and its flagship store in Hamburg. He also served 16 years on the Mechanicsburg Area School Board and serves on the Team Pennsylvania Foundation Board. This is the second time Rohrbaugh has been honored by CPBJ.
When asked about current concerns in the architectural design business Rohrbaugh says “escalating construction costs and keeping projects constructable has certainly been a concern in the current economy. The company has remained trusted by our clients by developing clear and accurate construction documents that lead to more competitive pricing from contractors.”
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 and hand with their client 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 space and has allowed the firm to enjoy the many clients and partnerships they have throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
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