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Architecture Students Look to Future of Brownsville in Foreman Competition

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Student project in Foreman Competition

The Foreman Competition, an annual competition for architecture students at the end of their third year, was held on May 6 in the Jury Space of the Stuckeman Family Building on Penn State’s University Park campus. This year, the eight best projects out of 40 were selected for participation. Phillip Foreman and Terry Thompson from the Foreman Group selected the winners:

1) Brian Kerr
2) David France and Jeremy Ross
3) Hannah LaSota


The third-year studio project for the semester is the competition project. This year’s project, “Brownsville, PA: reinventing its future,” asked students to consider Market Street in the heart of Brownsville’s downtown historic district. Brownsville is a small town 35 miles outside of Pittsburgh along the Monongahela River. For the full story, click here.