Relationships are the foundation of our business. While serving the building design and construction industry over four decades, we have developed client relationships built on trust…a result of our expertise and approach, including our ability to understand, anticipate, and deliver on industry-specific demands. We continue to focus on market sectors that best align with our skill set and approach, enabling project success and mutually beneficial relationships.
Dallastown Area School District
Dallastown High School / Dallastown Middle School – Major $45 million renovation expansion project involving 450,000 sq. ft. of renovated space and 100,000 sq. ft. of new space.
Dallastown Elementary School – Design of data system for 16 classrooms, 118 workstations, one media center, and one computer laboratory.
Ore Valley Elementary School – Design of data system for 40 classrooms, 250 workstations, one media center, and one computer laboratory.
York Township Elementary School – Design of data system for 42 classrooms, 235 workstations, one media center, and two computer laboratories.
Leader’s Heights Elementary School – Design of data system for 14 classrooms, 125 workstations, one media center, and one computer laboratory.
District-Wide – Feasibility study for renovations and additions encompassing all district buildings.
HACC – Harrisburg Area Community College
York Campus – Conversion of an existing industrial building into an inviting, modern community college of 100,000 sq. ft. The project was completed in four phases and included classrooms, laboratories, offices, student services, library, and additional spaces.
York College of Pennsylvania
New West Campus Quadrangle – Our scope included HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering and design for the four new multi-story buildings to house more than 800 students, mostly in apartment-style units. Also provided integrated engineering for a new community center that provides a full commercial kitchen, food court, two dining rooms, multi-purpose rooms, meeting space, and a convenience store.
Willman Business Center – Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering for renovations and additions to the School of Business. In total, 22,000 sq. ft. were renovated, with 34,000 sq. ft., five-story addition to house nine new smart classrooms with seating for 40 each, conference rooms, labs for students enrolled in finance and operations management courses, 150-seat lecture hall, and a 200-seat multipurpose room with serving kitchen.
Miller Hall – Renovation of existing art gallery into offices and board room and construction of a new main entry to Miller Hall. Utilities & Infrastructure
MAC Building – New Music, Arts, and Communications Building housing the Art and Music Departments and including a recital hall, art gallery, TV studio, music studio, and art classrooms.
Codorus Hall – Design of new three-story residence hall with thirty- nine rooms.
Susquehanna Apartments – Design of new four-story building. The apartments house four and six students per furnished suite. Total capacity is 104 students.
Manor Hall – 30,000 sq. ft. addition to the four-story Manor Hall dormitory containing 50 rooms for housing 104 students. The project also entailed the design of new electrical and HVAC systems for the entire building.
Campbell Hall – New HVAC system for entire building; new ceiling system and associated lighting system.
McKay Building & Nursing School – Renovations and additions, including 15,000 sq. ft. of new offices and laboratories for the two-story building. HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems for new laboratories and classrooms were designed.
Appell Life Sciences Building and Naylor Ecological Sciences Center – New mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems as well as a new central plant to serve five local campus buildings. The threestory building includes spaces for education, biological sciences, and behavioral sciences. Additionally, the scope includes a 12,000 sq. ft. expansion and conversion of an existing maintenance shop to house new biological laboratories and greenhouses.
Northside Commons – Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering services for the new Northside Commons residence hall. The 80,000 sq. ft., five-story residence hall contains 171 units and provides housing for 270 students in single and double bedrooms. The building include common areas and lounges for its residents. Subsequently, JDB Engineering designed a major expansion to this building, although it has not yet been constructed.
Campus Performing Arts Center / Humanities Building – HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems for 120,000 sq. ft. renovation and expansion of the former Wolf Gymnasium and conversion into a new Humanities Building and addition of new performing arts center with 720-seat main theater and 130-seat black box theater and associated spaces including music rooms. Upgrade of central plant serving five campus buildings.
Student Union Building – Re-lighting of dining hall and lounge.
York College Bookstore – Engineering services for renovations to the campus bookstore.
Schmidt Library – Major renovation of campus library, including spaces for new media.
New Education Complex – Major new educational building complex, Grantley Hall South and Grantley Hall North, for School of Engineering.