Erie Times News: "House of history: Historic Erie mansion is centerpiece of consolidation."

Friday Apr 26th, 2013

This article highlights the future plans clients the Erie County Historical Society have for the Watson-Curtze mansion located on Erie's Millionaires' Row. Kidder Wachter Architecture & Design is responsible for the renovation of the estate, as well as a new 9,000 square foot archives building. 

Press Release

Thursday Apr 11th, 2013

Kidder Wachter Architecture and Design is pleased to announce two new employees, Jeremy Smith, Urban Planner and Intern Architect, and Andrea Mong, Office Manager and Accountant. 

Jeremy Smith

Thursday Apr 11th, 2013

Urban Planner / Intern Architect  

Mr. Smith a native of Erie and Harbor Creek School graduate, received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture from Kent State University in 2006, and Masters degrees in both Urban Design and in Architecture from Kent State University's Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative in 2008.  Mr. Smith has completed the Intern Development Program and is currently sitting for his Architecture Registration Examinations.

Andrea Mong

Thursday Apr 11th, 2013

Office Manager/Accountant  

Mrs. Mong has lived in Erie for the past 25 years. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University, University Park and her Master of Business Administration Degree from Pennsylvania State University, Behrend.  She has over 20 years of experience in accounting and administration. She previously worked as a Controller at Healthcare Lighting in Fairview, Pennsylvania.

Erie Times News: "Gambling revenues help local businesses beat the odds"

Thursday Apr 4th, 2013

This article features client Lavery Brewing Co. as a successful recipient of Casino funded loans. Kidder Wachter Architecture & Design is responsible for the brewery's new 1,500 square foot pub to open this summer.

Erie Reader: "Erie's 40 under 40"

Wednesday Apr 3rd, 2013

Chip Wachter is included in a list compiled by the writers and editors of the Erie Reader, "of those under 40 that we think are worthy of recognition, because of their personal story, their professional accomplishments, or their impact on our community."