Category Archives: CFB Press

Take a Tip from General Motors (By Thomas C. Celli, AIA and Michelangelo C. Celli)

(As published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 5, 2013) Higher education, and particularly the small liberal-arts college, faces a difficult future in the pricing arena. Colleges are giving bigger discounts on tuition, as they compete for a shrinking number... Read more

The Price Isn’t Right (by Thomas C. Celli, AIA)

Market Pricing Dynamics To Kill The Small Private College You can view this article by clicking on the following link University Business Magazine... Read more

Two of CFB’s Religious Projects are Featured in Publications

Blessed Sacrament Cathedral Feature in Traditional Building Magazine Traditional Building Magazine’s December issue focused on Religious Buildings. CFB’s recently completed renovation of the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral for the Diocese of Greenburg was one of the buildings featured in this issue. Thomas... Read more


The following is an excerpt from an article entitled “Vintage Pittsburgh buildings get new life” by John Conti as seen in the October 13, 2012 edition of the Tribune Review: Restore, don’t “modernize!” That’s a simple enough injunction, but one that is... Read more

Thomas C. Celli’s Letter to Editor Published in The Chronicle of Higher Education

Thomas C. Celli, AIA recently wrote a Letter to the Editor entitled “Colleges Could Collaborate to Offer a Variety of Experiences” in response to The Chronicle's coverage of the recent meeting on "The Future of the Liberal Arts College in... Read more

CFB Expanding International Work

Celli-Flynn Brennan is pleased to announce that they have been selected to establish a new Master Plan for The American College of Sofia in Bulgaria. The American College of Sofia is a private, English language institution with a 52... Read more

CFB Featured in Green Building + Design

Celli-Flynn Brennan is featured in the latest issue of Green Building & Design! Principals Thomas C. Celli, AIA and Bill Brennan, AIA LEED AP were interviewed last spring for the article which highlights The DiSepio Institute for Rural Health and... Read more

Letter to the Editor (by Thomas C. Celli, AIA)

Ryan Oliver’s article “Assembly – Line, Schools from a Bygone Era” (Post Gazette April 4,2010) was right on target when discussing the changes in curriculum and approach that are necessary to develop graduates of our high schools who can lead... Read more

AUBG Students Are Going to Change the World (by Katerina Chochova)

as published in The Magazine of the American University in Bulgaria, Winter 2010 “It’s the handsomest building I ever saw,” President Theodore Roosevelt said at the Pennsylvania State Capitol dedication in October 1906. On an October afternoon 103 years later, the... Read more

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