The new turf field at Sun Valley High School is complete! Look out for more updates as MAROTTA/MAIN continues renovations for Penn-Delco School District.Read More
MAROTTA/MAIN ARCHITECTS broke ground for the new Reynolds Middle School.Read More
Please join us in welcoming our newest project architect, Westley, to the MAROTTA/MAIN team!Read More
Thank you for attending the 2017 Annual Open House at our new location!Read More
Stop by booth #333 and say hello!Read More
Stop by booth #415 and say hello!Read More
Marotta/Main Architects is excited to be a part of the Lancaster Early Education Center's expansion on South Queen Street!Read More
Marotta/Main Architects broke ground for the St. John's Narthex addition.Read More
LEEC surprised Marotta/Main Architects with a visit.Read More
Marotta/Main Architects aided in the Rockford Student Tour and Workshop.Read More
Marotta/Main Architects broke new ground for the East Coventry Elementary School.Read More
Fig Industries will be replacing Marotta/Main Architects at 103 South Duke Street.Read More
Our new address is 214 North Duke Street, Lancaster, PA 17602, the former home of Lancaster Surgical Supply Co. Our phone number is still 717-393-3211.Read More
We'll be at Booth #7 at the 2016 Lancaster Business Expo, held at Spooky Nook Sports in Manheim. Stop by, check us out, and say hello!Read More
Stop by booth #325 and say hello!Read More
Check out this video exploring the historical architecture and preservation efforts of Lancaster City, featuring an interview with Donald Main, Partner and Principal Architect at MAROTTA/MAIN ARCHITECTS.Read More
Come visit us Wednesday March 9th and Thursday March 10th at Booth #623 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center for the PA Association of School Business Officials 61st Annual Conference.
"I heard the bells on Christmas Day, their old, familiar carols play. And wild and sweet, the words repeat- peace on earth, good-will to men!"
AIA Pennsylvania Interior Design Licensure Committee's newest member is our very own Project Architect Connie King. She joined her fellow AIA members to lobby at the State Capitol this month.