Geisinger Health System Foss Home Addition & Renovations

Project Name

Foss Home Addition & Renovations

Location

Danville, PA

Project Description

Quandel completed the construction of Geisinger Health System’s Foss Home addition and renovation project. Originally built in the early 1900’s as the home of Geisinger’s first surgeon, Dr. Harold Foss, the building now houses offices for Geisinger’s executive administration.

Renovations totaling 13,000 sq. ft. included structural modifications, electrical rewiring, data and technology wiring, as well as new heating, air conditioning, sprinkler, and plumbing systems. Architectural revisions consisted of floor plan
modifications that involve new partitions, ceilings, finishes, and various intricate moldings and

The 11,000 sq. ft. addition to the existing structure includes new patio areas, conference rooms, offices, support space, archive storage, elevator, and main entrance. A new parking area, sidewalks, landscaping, and realignment of the
existing driveway were also completed.

Square Footage

Addition: 11,000 sq. ft.
Renovation: 13,000 sq. ft.

Owner’s Name

Geisinger Health System

Architect

Williams Kinsman Lewis Architecture

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!
Paul Venarchick, Project Coordinator