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Businesses featured this week: B.R. Kreider & Son Inc., Benchmark Construction Co. Inc., CCS Building Group LLC, Clark Inc., Commercial Mechanical Construction Inc., Descco Design & Construction Inc., Dolan Construction Inc., Galbraith/Pre-Design Inc., Garden Spot Mechanical Inc., Good Samaritan Oncology & Hematology Associates, H.L. Wiker Inc., Heck Construction Co. Inc., High Construction Co., Hogg Construction Inc., Horst Construction Co., James Craft & Son Inc., Johnston Construction Co., Keares Electrical Contracting Inc., Keystruct Construction Inc., Leo Kob Co. Inc., Meadow Valley Electric Inc., NRB (USA) Inc., Paramount Contracting Inc., R.S. Mowery & Sons Inc., Secco Inc., Smucker Co., Turkey Hill Dairy, Warfel Construction Co., WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital, Wickersham Construction and Engineering Inc., Wohlsen Construction Co.

CONSTRUCTION

Rapho Township-based Keystone Chapter of Associated Builders & Contractors Inc. gave John E. Fullerton Inc. its Specialty Contractor Project of the Year award for the Messiah College Calvin and Janet High Center for Worship and Performing Arts in Cumberland County, which also won an excellence award in the electrical over $1 million category. Wohlsen Construction Co. of Lancaster received the General Contractor Project of the Year award for the Masonic Village Ben Franklin Skilled Nursing Facility in Lancaster County, which also won an excellence award in the renovations over $5 million category. In addition, Wohlsen received excellence awards for the Unionville High School in Chester County, institutional over $50 million; the Gettysburg energy and nutrient recovery facility in Adams County, pre-engineered buildings; and Jennersville Regional Hospital patient rooms in Chester County, medical renovation over $5 million. Merit awards went to the Tel Hai Garrett Community Center in Chester County, renovation $1-$5 million; Pleasant View Health and Wellness Center in Lancaster County, residential new multi-unit; and the Hamilton Health Medical and Dental Clinic in Dauphin County, renovation over $5 million. The latter also received a green building award for sustainability. Benchmark Construction Co. Inc. of West Earl Township received excellence awards for the Fulton Bank Oxford branch in Chester County, commercial under $2 million; Lancaster General Health's hybrid operating room, medical renovation $1-$5 million; and LGH eHealth, miscellaneous/special projects; and merit awards for Sechan Electronics in Lancaster County; commercial $2-$10 million; Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries dining renovations in Bucks County, renovation $1-$5 million; Presbyterian Senior Living's Long Community at Highland in Lancaster County, residential new multi-unit; and LancasterHistory.org's Campus of History in Lancaster County, institutional $2-$10 million, which also won a LEED green building award. CCS Building Group LLC of West Lampeter Township received an excellence award for the Willow Street booster pump station in Lancaster County, public works/infrastructure; and a merit award for the Willow Valley Retirement Communities Cultural Center in Lancaster, renovation under $1 million. Clark Inc. of Paradise Township won excellence awards in electrical under $250,000 and HVAC under $250,000, as well as a green sustainability award, for Wyebrook Farms in Chester County. It won a merit award in electrical over $1 million for Tel Hai Retirement Community in Chester. Commercial Mechanical Construction Inc. of Salisbury Township received excellence awards for the Brandywine Hospital air handler unit replacement in Chester County, HVAC over $1 million; the fountain for Masonic Village's formal garden, plumbing under $250,000; and Jennersville Regional Hospital, plumbing $250,000-$1 million, as well as a merit award for Crossway Church in Lancaster County; HVAC $250,000-$1 million. James Craft & Son Inc. of Newberry Township received an excellence award in HVAC $250,000-$1 million for mechanical, electrical and plumbing upgrades at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster County. Descco Design & Construction Inc. of Richmond Township, Berks County, received merit awards for the Leibensperger Funeral Home Leesport branch in Berks, commercial under $2 million; and a bell tower restoration in Berks, renovation under $1 million. Dolan Construction Inc. of Reading received merit awards for Bob Fisher Chevrolet in Berks County, commercial $2-$10 million; Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Church in Montgomery County, institutional $2-$10 million; and a warehouse for Custom Processing Services in Berks, pre-engineered buildings; a certificate of commendation for an office and garage addition to Kuhn Funeral Home in Berks, commercial under $2 million; and a LEED green building award for the Berks Women in Crisis facility. Galbraith/Pre-Design Inc. of Penn Township received an excellence award for the Carlisle Regional Imaging Center of Lemoyne, medical renovation under $1 million; Garden Spot Mechanical Inc. of Penn Township received a merit award in HVAC over $1 million for the Campus of History project; and Heck Construction Co. Inc. of Denver received commendation certificates for One 2 One Inc., commercial under $2 million; and Ephrata Community Hospital's second-floor operating suite, medical renovation under $1 million. High Construction Co. of East Lampeter Township received an excellence award for the Messiah College Calvin and Janet High Center, institutional $25-$50 million; a merit award for the Cumberland Valley Travel Plaza in Cumberland County, commercial $2-$10 million; and commendation certificates for the Lebanon Valley Mund College Center in Lebanon County, institutional $10-$25 million, and phases 2 and 3 of the Chesapeake Energy Athens complex in Bradford County, pre-engineered buildings. Hogg Construction Inc. of York Township received an excellence award in institutional under $2 million for an addition to St. Peter's Lutheran Church in York County; and Horst Construction Co. of Manheim Township received excellence awards for Lancaster Bible College's Teague Learning Commons in Lancaster County, institutional $2-$10 million; and Millersville University's Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center, institutional $10-$25 million; and a merit award for St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church of Valley Forge in Montgomery County, institutional $2-$10 million. Keares Electrical Contracting Inc. of Chester County received an excellence award for the Reese, Lower, Patrick and Scott office building in Lancaster County, electrical $250,000-$1 million; Keystruct Construction Inc. of Manchester Township received a merit award for Linden Hall School for Girls, institutional $2-$10 million; and Leo Kob Co. Inc. of Mount Joy Township received a green building award for sustainability and a merit award for HVAC over $1 million for energy improvements to Broad Park Manor in York County. B.R. Kreider & Son Inc. of East Hempfield Township received an excellence award in sitework over $250,000 for Hersheypark's 2012 attraction in Dauphin County; Meadow Valley Electric Inc. of Clay Township received a merit award in electrical $250,000-$1 million for the Ferguson and Hassler generator project in Lancaster County; and R.S. Mowery & Sons Inc. of Silver Spring Township received a commendation certificate in institutional $2-$10 million for the Bosler Memorial Library in Cumberland County. NRB (USA) Inc. of Ephrata received a merit award in miscellaneous/special projects for its work on the Greyhound Bus Station in Washington, D.C.; and Paramount Contracting Inc. of East Lampeter Township received merit awards in metal work over $150,000 and interior finishes over $150,000 for St. Sophia's Church. Secco Inc. of Lower Allen Township received merit awards for Char's at Tracy Mansion in Dauphin County, electrical under $250,000, and the R.H. Sheppard foundry restoration in York County, electrical $250,000-$1 million; and Smucker Co. of East Lampeter Township received excellence awards for the mixed-use 1500 Condominium project in Dauphin County, metal work over $150,000, and Messiah College's Calvin and Janet High Center, interior finishes over $150,000. Warfel Construction Co. of East Hempfield Township received excellence awards for the Reese, Lower, Patrick and Scott office building, commercial $2-$10 million; LGH Heart Group renovations in Lancaster County, renovation under $1 million; St. James Episcopal Church in Lancaster County, renovation $1-$5 million; Kendal at Longwood Cottages in Montgomery County, residential new multi-unit; and the Buchanan Ingersoll and Rooney fit-out in Dauphin County, woodworking over $150,000; a merit award for St. Andrew's School Sipprelle Field House in Delaware, institutional $10-$25 million; and a LEED green building award for the Second and State Office Building core and shell in Dauphin County. Wickersham Construction and Engineering Inc. of Lancaster received a merit award in renovation $1-$5 million for Grandview Heights United Methodist Church in Lancaster County; and H.L. Wiker Inc. of East Lampeter Township received a merit award for sitework over $250,000 for The Village of Laurel Run in Franklin County. Johnston Construction Co. received the safety award for contractors with less than 50 employees; and Warfel received the safety award for contractors with more than 50 employees.

DESIGNATIONS

American Nurses Credentialing Center gave WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital its Pathway to Excellence designation, which identifies the hospital as among the best places to work. It is one of only four hospitals in Pennsylvania to receive the designation thus far.

Alexandria, Va.-based American Society of Clinical Oncology certified Good Samaritan Oncology & Hematology Associates of Lebanon as part of its quality oncology practice initiative. To become certified, practices must meet core standards in all areas of oncology care.

FOOD PRODUCTION

Progressive Grocer magazine named Turkey Hill Dairy's All Natural Ice Cream and All Natural Lemonade Editor's picks for the month of August. Only ingredients like milk, extra cream, sugar and natural flavors are used in the ice cream. Flavors include cherry vanilla, chocolate, vanilla bean, coffee, mint chocolate chip, salted caramel, vanilla bean and chocolate, and butter almond. The lemonade is made of water, sugar, lemon juice and other natural flavors, with no preservatives or artificial flavors.

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