New $1.4M Goddard School Being Built To Serve Chester County Preschoolers

--Photo via sit down via photopin (license)

7gj8NQMO_400x400The growing childcare and preschool franchise focused on learning through play is turning the page to a new chapter on Chester County’s northern border. A brand new $1.4 million Goddard School is being built in Collegeville to serve area communities, including Kimberton and Phoenixville in Chester County.

The 10,000-square-foot early childhood development center for children 6 weeks to 6 years old is expected to open in late February 2016 at the Providence Corporate Center after months of construction work by a firm that has numerous ties to Chester County.

Chesco resident Gary Reeser is heading up the project for Hollenbach Construction, alongside several other local employees and subcontractors.

“We are excited about being the contractor to build the Goddard School for owner Brian Clark, and we are on track for meeting the completion date,” Strategic Vice President of Business Development and Marketing Glenn Ebersole said.

Hollenbach is an award-winning professional design/build, construction management, general contracting and development services organization that’s active in the TriCounty Area Chamber of Chamber, one of several business advocates in Chester County.

“We are pleased with the progress of the construction and with the working relationship we have with Hollenbach Construction,” Clark said. “We are looking forward to the completion of the construction and the opening of our new Goddard School.


Top –Photo via sit down via photopin (license)

Connect With Your Community

Subscribe to stay informed!

"*" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.