| Central Penn Business Journal
Warfel breaks ground on $15M project
East Hempfield Township-based Warfel Construction Co. recently broke ground on a $15 million health center expansion and renovation project in Chester County, the company said in a news release.
The scope of the project includes renovations to the skilled and personal care areas of the health center and building a new fitness and wellness center at the Kendal-Crosslands Communities in Kennett Square. The wellness center will feature a pool, lockers, as well as exercise and therapy rooms.
The five-phase project, expected to take two years, encompasses more than 100,000 square feet, Warfel said.
Chester County-based Bernardon Haber Holloway Architects and SFCS Inc. of Roanoke, Va., designed the project.