Members 1st Federal Credit Union
Member's 1st had a vision three years ago to combine their headquarters buildings, which were split between four buildings, and put the credit union's 500+ employees under one roof, in a three-story, 183,973 square foot building.
Penn State Health Lancaster Pediatric Center
Penn State Health desired to construct a children's outpatient center on the site of the former Toys R' Us store that existed at 1430 Harrisburg Pike and Route 30, at The Crossings at Conestoga Creek. Lancaster County and its surrounding areas will be able to take advantage of this new facility that will improve access to pediatric specialty care for patients and their families.
Armstrong Flooring International
Armstrong Flooring wanted to relocate their corporate headquarters, which included the conversion of (2) existing commercial office buildings into new corporate headquarters, featuring an open-concept collaborative office space, design showroom, and technical center.
Township of Ferguson
Increasing staffing levels, the number of law enforcement officers, and the number of vehicles have all contributed to the need for replacement of the existing facility, which was built in 1982. The new building is 13,753 SF including a 3,105 SF First Floor, 3,020 SF Second Floor, 7,628 SF Maintenance Garage with pull through Wash Bay, and covered Fuel Island with two 10,000-gallon underground fuel storage tanks and two Gasboy fuel dispensers for gas and diesel.
The Flats at Kennett
Located near Kennett Square's best shopping, dining, and recreation, this project features three four-story buildings with wood-framed stone veneer and cement board siding.
Antique Automobile Club of America
This facility is the new home for the venerable AACA. The Club has relocated from its previous outgrown home on West Governor Road in Hershey, PA. The facility represents the epitome of ‘repurposing’, the act of using new-ish old buildings for different uses.
Crossings at Conestoga Creek
The Crossings at Conestoga Creek is a Main Street-oriented mixed-use development that combines retail, hospitality, and multi-family residential components in a fun, pedestrian-friendly, open-air design. It is a memorable place with intimate settings where people can enjoy visiting new stores and restaurants and relaxing outdoor gathering places.
Messiah University wanted to unify the arts programs into one facility and not duplicate functions by building on another site. Greenfield Architects Ltd. provided full architectural / engineering services for renovations and additions to the existing 45,873 square-foot facility and the new 83,957 addition that brackets the existing facility supported with new parking facilities.
Residence Inn Marriott Lancaster
Located in the Crossings at Conestoga Creek, this newly designed 127-suite Marriott-branded extended-stay hotel is part of a large retail development center with mixed-use space. In addition to upscale apartments, trendy restaurants and bars, and a movie theater, the mixed-use lifestyle center is anchored by Wegman’s grocery store.
Pennsylvania College of Health Science
Repurposing the existing Bosch Facility headquarters and warehouse building into a comprehensive new campus for the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences.
The new Kim S. Phipps Admissions and Welcome Center will act as a centralized space for prospective students, offering a positive first impression of Messiah University as well as servicing the needs of the current student body, and more offices for faculty and staff. The building will house offices of the registrar, finance and planning, enrollment management, and student support facilities.
S. Dale High Leadership Center
The S. Dale High Leadership Center was developed by High’s three children — Greg, Steve and Suzanne — to honor High, who’s chairman emeritus of the High companies.
TownePlace Suites Harrisburg West/Mechanicsburg
This new five-story, 120 room extended stay hotel is located near the popular attractions of Harrisburg, PA, including the Gettysburg Battlefields, the William Grove Speedway, Hershey Park, Roundtop Mountain Resort, and is an ideal place to stay while visiting Messiah University.
Quality Bicycle Products
With the aim of expanding their ability to serve independent specialty retailers on the Eastern seaboard, Quality Bicycle Products (QBP), a national wholesaler of bicycles, bike parts, and accessories, wanted to move their East Coast Distribution Center from Middletown, also called Q-East, to Lancaster County.
Penn Wells Hotel & Lodge
For over 150 years, the Penn Wells Hotel has welcomed visitors to Wellsboro. Their current guests enjoy the newly built fitness center with locker rooms, and a four-story addition with 40 new guestrooms, most featuring fully equipped kitchens, fireplaces and living rooms, in addition to the newly expanded lobby area.
As part of Lancaster Newspaper's expansion of its existing parking garage in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, this 151,200 square foot garage adds 407 additional parking spaces to the existing 365 spaces.
Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster
Our firm designed a new medical office building for Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster (OAL), one of the top orthopedic surgery practices in Lancaster County, PA, which specializes in diagnosing and treating orthopedic problems and injuries: Hand, Shoulder, Spine, Trauma, Total Joint Replacement, Pediatrics, Sports Medicine, and Foot & Ankle.
SpringHill Suites by Marriott Ewing
With 134 guestrooms, this 4-story hotel is conveniently located halfway between Philadelphia and New York City, making it the perfect choice for travelers.
Schott Pharmaceutical Packaging
This one-story, 173,144-square-foot facility designed for Schott Pharmaceutical Packaging meets the company’s growing business of producing pharmaceutical glass vials, ampoules, and cartridges.
Administrators at Millersville University decided to expand campus parking by adding a new four-level, 110,000-square-foot garage to an existing lot.