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Future Hiring

While we are not actively seeking to enlarge our team, we are interested in exploring the potential for future relationships.

Our work combines respect for the environment with design excellence to translate client goals into appropriately sustainable solutions. We primarily collaborate with academic and institutional clients on a variety of project sizes and site contexts.

If your interests align with those of our firm, and you would like to connect, please submit your resume directly to David Ade at or through the ‘Contact’ section located at the upper right of our website.

Principal Todd Woodward Honored

SMP Principal Todd Woodward was recently recognized at the 2020 AIA Philadelphia Design Awards with the Alan Greenberger Award for his years of service to the Community Design Collaborative. The award recognizes an AIA Philadelphia member for contributions and commitment to the Collaborative’s mission: strengthening neighborhoods through design. Todd’s past and current volunteer service includes co-chairing the board, committee participation, design team involvement, and co-authoring Leverage: Strengthening Neighborhoods through Design, a book celebrating the Collaborative’s decades of success.

Collaborations in Conservation

Helping organizations achieve long-term sustainability and improving the quality of life for building inhabitants and visitors is core to our mission at SMP Architects. One such organization is the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR). DCNR is responsible for managing over 2 million acres of state forest and 121 state parks. SMP has worked with DCNR for over twenty years, helping them realize a range of facilities including offices, public restrooms, welcome centers and environmental education centers. For SMP, each DCNR project is an opportunity to build within a natural setting while sensitively respecting and responding to each unique program and ecosystem. Our designs for the Tiadaghton Resource Management Center, Ohiopyle Falls Visitor Center, and Nature Inn at Bald Eagle State Park are helping Pennsylvania advance its leadership in sustainable design.