Erie Insurance to unveil new eastside apartments

Erie Times - Kevin Flowers
Thursday Jul 26th, 2018

The project relocated two historic homes that Erie Insurance wanted to restore. One is the Von Buseck house, originally located on the south side of West 38th Street between Asbury and Millfair roads as part of a 100-acre farm built in the 1830s by Friedrich Von Buseck, a German immigrant, and his wife, Rachel Weigle.

The second property, known as the Judah Colt house, was built in 1820 at the corner of East Fourth and French streets. Judah Colt was the first land agent for the Pennsylvania Population Co., and entertained the Marquis de La Fayette, the French and American patriot, in this house in 1825 during La Fayette’s return to the U.S. after the Revolutionary War.

Two historic homes have been restored and relocated

City of Erie
Thursday Jul 26th, 2018

Congratulations Tom Hagen and Erie Insurance for preserving pieces of Erie’s History and reinvigorating a neighborhood.  The 200-year-old lumber was labeled, deconstructed, warehoused for several years, and then reconstructed on this new site as rental apartments. 

We are proud to have been a part of these projects providing Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Services. 

VNET Building - 2nd Quarter Update

Velocity Network
Monday Jul 23rd, 2018

Velocity Network highlights the progress made on its future headquarters. 

Development, Architecture, and Construction by Kidder Wachter Architecture & Design and Kidder Wachter Jefferys Construction.  

Erie Insurance renovates former firehouse, restaurant

David Bruce - Erie Times News
Saturday Jul 14th, 2018

The first public event at the former Pufferbelly is scheduled for Friday night.