Joining representatives of Fahrney Keedy Senior Living Community, York-based Wagman Construction Inc. marked the start June 16 of the independent living cottage expansion on the Fahrney Keedy campus.
Wagman is construction manager for the project, which is in Boonsboro, Maryland, on Route 66.
The expansion – designed by Noelker and Hull Associates, Chambersburg – includes 36 independent living homes in six floor plans. There will be eight single-family homes along with quadraplex and duplex units.
Wagman is also completing the site infrastructure: excavation, a new stormwater retention basin, and utilities needed to serve the cottages.
“We are excited to partner with Fahrney Keedy on this project,” Jan Wagner, president of Wagman Construction, said in a release. “We look forward to bringing these cottages to life, enhancing the campus and the community in their mission to enrich the lives of seniors.”
Founded in 1902, Wagman is a fourth-generation, family-owned company with major operations in heavy civil, general construction and geotechnical construction services. The full-service general contractor handles projects in senior living, health care, higher education, and urban, institutional and industrial markets in central Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland.
Paula Wolf is a freelance writer.