construction team moving truss off of pile in their safety gear

Why Is Safety Important?

by Ron Peters | Thursday June 15, 2023 | General

Why is safety important? Let’s look at a few reasons: – Accidents are expensive, with the average cost of construction accidents in the United States estimated at close to $5 Billion per year. In 2019, the most costly single incident…

Passive house dormitory under construction with orange wrap

Passive House Project Update

by Ben King | Friday May 12, 2023 | Commercial

Construction for one of the region’s first Passive House dormitories is underway in New Hope, Pennsylvania! With all windows installed, we were able to perform the preliminary blower door test which passed with flying colors. Passive House builders use this…

timber frame background with words "general contractor" "restoration contractor" and "specialty contractor" on top

We’ve Been Nominated: CPBJ’s Reader Rankings

by Ben King | Wednesday May 3, 2023 | Team Focus

Quarry View has been nominated for Central Penn Business Journal’s Reader Rankings Awards in 3 categories! We are so honored to be nominated as a top choice for the General Contractor, Restoration Contractor, and Specialty Contractor categories. It is a…

old barn being restored with big windows

Paul: HBFF’s Newest Board Director

by Laurel Charney | Friday April 21, 2023 | Restoration & Adaptive Reuse

The Historic Barn and Farm Foundation of Pennsylvania (HBFF) appointed Quarry View’s own Paul Bahn, as a Board Director. Paul has been an instrumental part of Quarry View’s success with recent barn restoration and adaptive reuse projects. Paul will expand his…

Timber Frame dining room in golf clubhouse

Timber Frame Golf & Tennis Clubhouse

by Paul Bahn | Monday January 9, 2023 | Commercial

Basics and Details For this project the timber frame structure was cut and prepared off site, delivered to Mendham Golf and Tennis Club and erected in place.  The timbers themselves are Douglas Fir sourced from the Pacific Northwest, providing rapidly…

Overview of farmstead with farmhouse and in-laws quarters under construction, newly constructed tobacco barn, and 1911 barn being restored.

Project Update: Adaptive Reuse of our Historic Farmstead

by Laurel Charney | Friday December 9, 2022 | Restoration & Adaptive Reuse

Chris, one of the three founding brothers and superintendent & project manager of our future office & shop project, has an exciting update to share: Tobacco Barn The new “tobacco barn” construction is almost complete. After adding the hooks for…

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