Adaptive Reuse Project Wins ABC Chapter’s Excellence Award in Institutional Construction Category
Lancaster-based High Construction Company won top honors in the 2017 Excellence in Construction Awards sponsored by the Keystone Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. The award, bestowed during the 28th annual ABC Excellence in Construction Awards Gala, recognized High for its work on the Pennsylvania College of Health Science, an adaptive reuse project in Greenfield Corporate Center.
Located at 850 Greenfield Road, the $65 million facility features state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, offices, dining, auditorium, and workout spaces in the 253,000-square-foot Emmett M. and Ann C. Cooper Building (academic building), which includes a new 117,943-square-foot second floor mezzanine. At 67,000 square feet, the Kenneth G. Stoudt Building (administrative building) includes offices, kitchen, dining room, and meeting rooms enclosed in glass to keep spaces visually open, consistent with the school’s focus on inspiring curiosity and exploration. Prior to renovation, the buildings had been a warehouse and offices.
The lease for the property was brokered by High Associates Ltd., an affiliate of High Real Estate Group LLC that manages the Greenfield Corporate Center. Architectural design was provided by Greenfield Architects Ltd.
High Construction Company also received a Merit Award in the category of Public Works/Infrastructure for its work on the Zook Ash Yoder Bridge. The bridge is located opposite the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, on land that is to be developed in Greenfield Corporate Center.
The Pennsylvania College of Health Science’s new campus in Greenfield Corporate Center, Lancaster, Pa.