Quandel was hired by Geisinger Health System, Danville campus, to manage the addition and renovations to Foss Home, which consisted of offices for the Hospital’s executives.
Renovations to the existing wooden facility, which was constructed in the early 1900s to be the home of Geisinger’s first surgeon, Dr. Harold Foss, included structural modifications, rewiring, new data and technology wiring, new heating system and air conditioning, as well as a new sprinklers and plumbing system. Architectural revisions included floor plan modifications including new partitions, ceilings and finishes, and various intricate moldings and trim. A new entrance, parking area, and the realignment of existing
driveway was also completed.
The square footage of the existing area was approximately 13,000 square feet. The new construction consisted of an 11,000-square-foot addition that included a new elevator, patio areas, conference rooms, offices, support space, archive storage, new landscaping, parking area, and sidewalks.
Quandel and their team were instrumental in the successful completion of the foss home project here on the main campus in danville. This project was a complex project - meshing old with new construction and installing today’s technology systems into an original knob and tube electrical system. Their team was exemplary in the coordination of all construction and interfacing of Geisinger’s product into the home. Our thanks go out to Quandel for a job well done!