J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management services for the construction of a new 117,000 square foot, 2-story elementary school.
The school includes 59 classrooms, a kitchen, multi-purpose room, gymnasium, library, administration area, elevator, computer labs, and health suite.
Originally an abandoned public elementary school, the existing facility was purchased by the Avon Grove Foundation to renovate as a new charter school.
The new 337,000 sq. ft. high school includes over 80 classrooms and houses a 1,000-seat auditorium, 2,000-seat gymnasium, and a cafeteria that accommodates 600 students.
The new Zephyr Elementary School is an 85,000 square foot structure, which hosts grades 4 and 5.
Phase I of the improvement program included the addition and renovation program for the high school and relocation of the District’s Transportation Center.
One of Northeast Pennsylvanias premier educational facilities, the new Scranton High School is home to three academic wings, a library, a gymnasium and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
The new, LEED accredited Green Valley Elementary School has the capacity to house 550 students. Soccer fields, baseball, field hockey and grass practice and play fields surround the elementary school.
The new state-of-the-art facility includes a spacious lobby, full-size gymnasium, full-size cafeteria with seating for 300, a media center, and large group instruction rooms.
The Districtʼs newest Middle School features a gymnasium, auditorium, kitchen, and media center, as well as 54 spacious classrooms.
New 95,219 square foot Shallow Brook Intermediate School.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management services for the multi-phased modernization to the existing 143,000 square foot (original 1958) building and for the 20,000 square foot classroom addition.
The school contains 68 classrooms and houses approximately 1,200 students in grades K-6, has five computer hookups in each of its classrooms, a computer lab, security system, air conditioning and full-size gymnasium.
The new building is LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certified and include improved insulation, natural daylight classrooms and improved acoustics.
The new 195,000 SF Middle School contains 34 classrooms, a 900-seat auditorium, gymnasium, auxiliary gymnasium, cafeteria and kitchen.
Extensive stadium renovations were completed in just three months.
In their 7th partnership with Wilson School District, Quandel served as the CM for the Cornwall Terrace Elementary School project.
The new state-of-the-art elementary school houses kindergarten through sixth grade and accommodates students from 4 existing elementary schools.
The new facility features a 950-seat auditorium, new classrooms, new library and new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
Quandel was selected to construct a new, state-of-the-art 21st century, sustainable high school for Edgewood City School District.
Quandel was selected to construct a new, 85,447 square foot High School project, which achieved LEED Gold certification.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management services for a new 1600 student, 252,000 square foot high school in Howard County, Maryland.
Quandel was selected to construct a new 120,000 square foot school, grades 5-8 middle school with competition-size gymnasium and a 700-seat auditorium, as well as renovate other school buildings.
Quandel was chosen to construct a new 73,760 square foot high school annex comprised of a three story building that combines multiple learning institutions under one roof.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management services for Harford County’s new prototype elementary school.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management services for the phased modernization of the existing, occupied middle school.
Construction of a new 185,000 square foot two-story middle school for Manheim Central School District.
Honesdale High School Career Development Center was completed five months ahead of schedule.
The facility is comprised of three classroom wings, media center/library, computer lab, administrative area, gymnasium, kitchen and cafeteria.
A new eight-lane synthetic track was added to the stadium along with Astroplay, an artificial game surface.
Quandel managed the program that included additions and renovations to both the Wyoming Area Secondary Center and Tenth Street Elementary School.
The Endless Mountains Athletic Complex features artificial athletic surface, as well as new restrooms, concession stands, press box, lighting, and bleachers consisting of 2,740 seats.
J. Vinton Schafer and Sons provided construction management services for the new Patterson Mill Middle/High School located in Bel Air, Maryland.
Phase 2 of the project included a new 76,000 square foot middle school and additional renovations to the existing high school.
The 2-story middle school is constructed with a brick facade, insulated glass windows, a 30-year EPDM roof and geothermal wells.
Quandel’s involvement included the management of a new 2,000-seat gymnasium, 3-story classroom addition and band room addition.
Extensive renovations to Central Dauphin Middle School and Central Dauphin East Middle School.
Quandel was CM for the extensive building renovations and additions to the Dauphin County Technical School
Green Building of the Year by USGBC!
New building features include a medical lab, nursing academy, sports medicine, pre-vet tech, bio-science lab, media center and welding room.
Renovations to the occupied facility included extensive upgrades to every major building system including the integration of a super efficient variable refrigerant flow (VRF) mechanical system, as well as new roof finishes.
Quandel was selected to construct multiple projects for Westerville City Schools including a new 322,000 square foot high school for grades 9-12, two new PK-5 elementary schools, and renovations and/or additions to 20 existing facilities.
Quandel provided construction management services for two phases of construction at Zanesville City Schools.
Quandel provided construction management services for a new 174,319 square foot school in the Northmor Local School District. Located in Galion, Ohio.
Quandel was selected to construct four new elementary schools ranging between 43,750 to 66,163 square feet at various sites.
Madison Local School District selected Quandel to complete a 101,258 square foot PK-6 building to tie into the existing high school.
Designed to accommodate 675 students, the new Miami Trace Middle School is a centrally-located school that features a brick exterior, sloped asphalt shingled roofs, photovoltaic collectors, energy management system, and luscious landscaping.
Quandel Construction managed the construction of a new intermediate school in the Granville Exempted Village School District, located in the picturesque town of Granville, Ohio.
Complete multi-phased renovation of existing facility and new main entrance and administration tower.
Quandel was selected to construct a new High School, renovate the existing High School reprogramming into a new Middle School, and renovate and add onto the district Middle School, reprogramming it into a Elementary School.
Quandel was selected to construct a 65,000 square foot addition to Little Miami High School, along with a new 110,000 square foot junior high school, and a new 110,000 square foot intermediate school.
Quandel was chosen by Miami Trace Local Schools to provide construction management for the new Central Elementary School.
The new school structure consists of 26 classrooms, kitchen, multi-purpose room, library, administration area, elevator, computer lab and health suite.
Improvements were made to James Buchanan Middle School, Montgomery Elementary School and Mountain View Elementary School. Additions and renovations to each elementary school and were completed 45 days ahead of schedule.
Located on a 44-acre site in Hamilton, Ohio, the new complex is used to train police, fire and ambulance personnel.
New 256,000 square foot combined elementary and middle school for Beavercreek City Schools, which includes various sustainable design features.
The elementary school project consists of 51,000 square feet of renovations and 60,000 square feet of new construction.
This project consists of a 12,700 square foot addition to the existing Junior High School.
The new Madison Middle School located in Richland County is a two-story 170,000 square foot structure with 21st century learning areas and a shared Auditoria.
The Dallas School District took on a huge project when it made the decision to renovate the Dallas Elementary School and build the new Gerald Wycallis Elementary School building for the rapidly growing district.
Quandel Construction was selected to manage the renovations and additions to the Swatara and Linglestown Middle Schools for Central Dauphin School District.
The construction involved a complete, seven-phase renovation of the existing middle school including classrooms, cafeteria, and 1,000-seat auditorium.
Involving over 43,000 square feet of renovations, the Eisenhower Elementary School project in Gettysburg included upgrades to the school’s classrooms, library, cafeteria and main entrance.
New 285,000 sf high school with a capacity for 1,200 students situated on 124 acres including gymnasium and auditorium, which both have a capacity of 1,600 people.
New 86,000 sq. ft. elementary school and 25,000 sq. ft. high school addition for Delaware Valley School District. The program is pursuing LEED Silver certification.
Quandel’s third consecutive project for Dallastown Area School District was to oversee the installation of a photovoltaic system on their High School/Middle School rooftop.
New 310,000 square foot intermediate school houses 1,800 students in grades 4, 5 and 6.
The new, 126,000 square foot Oley Valley Elementary School was uniquely designed in adherence to historical trends in order to blend with its community’s architectural motif.
Due to increased student enrollment and the closing of an outdated elementary school, Quandel served as construction manager for this new, 72,000 sq. ft. elementary school.
The new, LEED-accredited, 122,000 square foot facility is comprised of a full-service campus kitchen and houses clothing operations, central inventory, and associated administrative offices.
Quandel managed the complex 100,000 sq. ft. renovation, including systems upgrades, and 45,000 sq. ft. addition, including new gymnasium and classrooms.
The renovation and addition of Mahanoy Area High School features a spacious library, state-of-the-art science labs, two new cafeterias, five computer labs and a full administrative office area.
The new Jr./Sr. high school project included a 70,000 SF addition, as well as a new gymnasium, auditorium and library.
The additions and renovations to Franklin Township Elementary School consisted of a new 3,000 square foot addition and renovation to the existing 63,000 square foot school.
The renovation program involves complete roof replacement, complete HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems upgrades, and improvements to the core curriculum trade programs.
General Contractor for the conversion of an existing private automobile museum into a teachers’ center, including studio, multipurpose, lab, and support spaces for approximately 140 students and faculty.
General Contractor for the conversion of an existing Petco pet store into a teachers’ center, including studio, multipurpose, and lab space for approximately 180 students and faculty.
District Improvement Program includes renovations to the High School Administration Area and Library, additions and renovations to the Band and Music Suites, including corridor renovations and new ADA ramps as well as exterior façade work.
Quandel was selected by the District to be the Owner’s Representation for a new 8,500 SF addition to their middle school.
Renovations of both the high school and elementary school, along with a 19-classroom, two-story elementary school addition and 14-classroom high school addition.
Improvements include installation of new synthetic track and field, new restroom buildings and concession stands, replacement of stadium lighting and installation of a new plaza area.
Lehighton Area School District selected Quandel as their Construction Manager to oversee their Building Improvement Program. All three projects are being designed to achieve LEED Gold Certification.
Quandel was selected as the Construction Manager at Risk for the new 70,426 square foot elementary school that houses 604 students in grades K-4 in Zanesville, Ohio.