Explore Reading's history through architecture without having to leave your seat! The Architects of Muhlenberg Greene are partnering with Brad Smith from the Berks History Center to present a historical panorama in honor of Fred Muhlenberg's Birthday.
The presentation will highlight Fred Muhlenberg's contributions to the Reading skyline and look forward to current projects underway as part of Reading's adaptive reuse wave while touching on the historic places still standing as-is. The presentation also will feature pieces from the Muhlenberg Legacy Rendering Art Show.
At the end, we'll play a game of Guess This Famous Building for prizes!
Jim Sarro | Principal Architect at Muhlenberg Greene
Sarro has over 20 years? experience as a Project Manager in commercial, educational, retail and hospitality design. As an Associate of the Firm, Sarro participates in all aspects of the design process, including client meetings to establish the project scope, code review and compliance documentation, preliminary design and construction documentation, specifications, and bidding and construction administration. He strives to maintain sustainable design with every project as a LEED AP BD+C certified professional.
Brad Smith | Archivist at Berks History Center Smith worked for 17 years in various roles for the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission. He has been affiliated with the Berks History Center since 2016, and he is currently the center's Assistant Director and Archivist. In addition, he is an Adjunct History Professor at Alvernia University. While Smith was raised in Lebanon County, most of his father's family has lived in the Reading area for over 200 years.