Penn State University - College of Health and Human Development (Phase II) - Health and Human Development Building

University Park, PA – The Health and Human Development Building was the second phase of a two phase project for Penn State University‘s College of Health and Human Development. The HHD building replaces, in part, the existing Henderson South Building. This new academic/research building combines 93,000 square feet of new construction with a 39,000 square feet of renovation of existing lab space.

In addition to classrooms, labs and office space, the HHD Building houses the Dean’s Office of the College of Health and Human Development. Public spaces were designed so that the college can host both formal and informal events. The building’s main feature is a four story atrium that  opens onto a exterior gathering space overlooking College Avenue.

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"I wish to express my appreciation to everyone at Massaro CM Services who worked on the PSU-HHD project with us. Each of the individual employees that I dealt with gave the sort of extra effort that exhibits personal pride in the work they do."

-Ben Hartzler, President of Mid-State Roofing and Coating, Inc.

"During the school year, our entire building is being renovated in three different phases and two of those phases are occurring while students are in the building. To this point there has been little disruption to our learning environment given the scope of the work. The two on-site managers are professional, productive, and able to answer my questions as the project moves along. Massaro has my recommendation for this type of work in the future."

-Robert Scherrer, Ed. D., Principal at Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy

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