News & Events
Mowery is partnering with the Army Heritage Center Foundation and Cumberland Perry Area Vocational Technical School’s carpentry program to construct a new pavilion at the U.S. Army Heritage & Education Center in Carlisle, PA
If it’s October, then it’s time to celebrate Careers in Construction Month! What started as a week of recognition in 2003 has expanded into a full month to recognize construction industry jobs and career paths.
“Mowery has strong company foundations we believe in and we execute with care,” says Elizabeth. “The importance we place on each foundation carries through from start to finish on each project…”
Mowery continues to grow with the addition of three new employees.
Mowery and Feeser’s Food Distributors hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to formally dedicate a new, 20,000-square-foot cold-storage addition at Feeser’s site.
Mowery has been named a Platinum STEP Safety Award recipient for the second consecutive year.
Cross Keys Village partnered with Mowery to complete the construction of their newest housing facility, Hearthside, which is geared specifically towards baby boomers.
This article highlights some unique ways creativity has been woven into the design of a few of Mowery’s recent senior living projects.
With 25 years of CAD experience in the construction industry, Randy Patterson has become an invaluable member of the Mowery team.
Mowery is proud to announce that Michele Appleby, construction administrator, has been recognized by the Whitaker Center as a “woman of impact” for her contributions to the STEM field in Central Pennsylvania.
Mowery, an industry-leading construction company, is pleased to announce that five of its employees have achieved designation as certified constructors from The American Society for Health Care Engineering, part of the American Hospital Association. The five employees...
Kate loves Mowery’s company culture and works hard to ensure all team members have what they need to succeed.
Over the years, we’ve seen library design adapt to accommodate our culture’s trends including the creation of new spaces and creative ways to address learning styles.
As technology advances year after year, there’s always something new to learn in the construction industry.
While Chris Slick has only been a part of the Mowery team for less than a year, in that short period, his role as Structural Engineer has made him an integral part of the preconstruction team and process.
Over the span of two years, Mowery will complete a two-phase design-build renovation at the Carlisle Family YMCA.
BIM has paved the way for innovative, interactive project planning and designing. Learn how this technology can create a smoother project process.
These promotions are the first as part of Mowery’s newly minted professional development plan.