Quandel Construction Group was hired by the Pennsylvania Department of General Services as the general contractor for a new, 70,000 square foot Technology Center for Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology in Lancaster, PA.
The four-story student dormitory features 58 spacious apartment-style units with a total of 236 beds.
New 200-student, 50-unit housing facility for Morrisville State College in Morrisville, NY.
The three-story housing complex includes 18 fully furnished three-bedroom apartments.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management at-risk services for the phased renovation/modernization to the existing 146,220 square foot occupied performing arts building.
The Commonwealth Medical College is a new 3-story 185,000 square foot structure designed to meet the current needs of today’s medical students.
The new LEED Gold facility provides the University with bio-computing sciences, physics/electrical engineering and mathematics with laboratory and meeting spaces.
Each residence hall floor consists of four apartments, each with four bedrooms, a kitchen, two full bathrooms, and a large living area. The sleeping capacity is 292 beds.
The Degenstein Campus Center involved renovations to the main dining hall, kitchen, main hall and meeting rooms.
The 124,000 square foot Center features teaching laboratories and research laboratories, as well as classrooms, a planetarium, multi-use 200-seat auditorium, and a rooftop observatory.
Quandel manged the construction of the three-story, 21,600 sq. ft. dormitory at PSU-Schuylkill.
The 120,000 square foot DeNaples Center was completed on schedule in just 18 months.
Condron Hall houses 386 sophomores and includes 3 apartments for faculty/visitors and the Office of Residence Life. The Hall also features a multipurpose room, laundry, two TV lounges, two kitchens, and six study lounges.
Renovation program for the historic Wilkes-Barre Y.M.C.A. included creating 21 modern student apartments for local college students.
Tompkins Cortland Community College’s 75,000 sq. ft. Student Center includes numerous amenities ranging from a fireside café to state-of-the-art instructional suites.
The athletic complex includes a new gymnasium, fitness center, athletic trainers facility and field house. An indoor synthetic surface soccer field and running track were also part of the extensive renovations.
The Center includes offices, six industrial/computer/electrical labs, a series of training rooms and four high-tech seminar rooms, each accommodating 90 students.
The Student Union Building is home to a dining hall, servery/kitchen, bookstore, cafe, bank and ballroom.
The Rector Science Complex addition includes a state-of-the-art research and teaching space, an enclosed courtyard and additional study nooks.
Quandel was chosen as the Construction Manager at Risk for the new Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI) Facility located at Bowling Green State University, which is also home of the Ohio Attorney General’s Center for the Future of Forensic Science.
The new South Dining Hall is a focal point to Kutztown’s south campus and a welcomed after-hours gathering spot for students.
This new 53,700 square foot recreation center, constructed on Kutztown University’s campus, was awarded to Quandel under the Best Value contracting system.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management at-risk services for a 60,000 square foot renovation to the existing building located at 1300 North Charles Street.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management at-risk services for the 10,000 square foot addition/renovation to the existing locker room facility.
The new Schoonover Hall, Scripps College of Communication will combine a number of existing communications departments throughout the campus into the former Baker Center.
This combination residence/dining facility includes state-of-the-art kitchens, amenities for seven restaurants, as well as 39 double and 10 single residence suites to house 90 students.
Quandel was selected to construct a new 77,000 square foot, three-story residence hall that houses 297 students at Miami University.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management at-risk services for the new John S. and James L. Knight Hall on the University of Maryland College Park Campus.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management at-risk services for the new 75,482 gross square foot Learning Resource Center on the Catonsville campus of CCBC.
Quandel was selected to construct a new 46,000 square foot building with general classroom space, lab space, community space, and space to support the academic and training programs of the College.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management at-risk services for a new training center and dormitories.
The Graduate Center project involved constructing a new addition and renovating the remainder of the existing facility.
Stadium and track upgrades including resurfacing the existing synthetic track and the installation of a new synthetic turf football field.
The facility offers rehabilitation services necessary to ensure healthy horses and help rehabilitate equine athletes following injury or surgery.
The University negotiated an agreement with Quandel to complete the renovations on a portion of Elwell Hall student housing that were undertaken unsuccessfully by another firm.
A state-of-the-art gross anatomy lab was constructed as part of the renovation project.
Quandel was selected as the Construction Manager at Risk for the first academic building on Southern State Community College’s Mt. Orab campus.
The new facility includes classroom, teaching and lab space, clinical skills centers and small and large group interaction areas for team collaboration.
The project consisted of the addition of a second entrance facing Main Street in Bexley, Ohio to accommodate the library’s 24-hour access.
The renovation is part of a multi-building project in the “Northwest Neighborhood” at Bowling Green’s main campus, and consists of the interior fit-out of the west and north wings, including adding and reconfiguring rooms and interior finish upgrades; IT, electrical, and fire alarm upgrades; and west wing bathroom expansions.
The project scope included interior renovations to faculty offices, classrooms, corridors and restroom, as well as a new Jesuit Center.
Quandel constructed a new Student Recreation Center and completed renovations to the University’s Stevenson Library,
Renovations on this assignment were conducted on second floor of St. Thomas Hall, which was converted from classroom space to faculty offices.
The University of Scranton built an 111,500 square foot, eight-story center for rehabilitation education that provides a state-of-the-art facility for undergraduate and graduate programs.
Quandel was chosen to renovate the former Stress Engineering Building for Sinclair Community College. This building is adjacent to the current Courseview Campus in Mason, Ohio.
The 35,350 sf project involved renovations to the main dining hall, kitchen, main hall, and meeting rooms including new, modern, state-of-the-art kitchen equipment and a new food court.
Quandel was selected to provide design-build services for the 10,000 square foot office fit-out for Franklin University’s Instructional Design Department.
30,000 sq. ft., three story building converted to the Economic and Business School.
Renovation of former bed & breakfast into student housing for students at Misericordia University, in Dallas, PA. The building was completely renovated in three months and now accommodates 30 students.
Renovations are finished on PSU Berks’s Luerrsen Building and will provide badly needed science facilities and general academic classroom space.
New ‘Underground’ Student Center and Health Science Center for Central Penn College
New, 162,000 square foot residence hall and bookstore, including housing for approximately 400 students, University Center, dining hall, campus mail services and integrative learning center.
Renovations included reconfiguring the former main entrance to usable circulation space and retrofitting recently vacated offices to additional classroom space.
Phased interior renovations of existing townhouse units into Super Suites and apartments.
The new home of the Bloomsburg University Foundation, housing staff offices, the student call center, and meeting rooms.