Warfel Construction Company is pleased to announce that Project Executive Steve Davis and Assistant Operations Manager Dylan Keller have earned their Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) designations through the American Hospital Association, and in conjunction with the American Society of Healthcare Engineering (ASHE). The CHC certification program provides a national standard of knowledge required for CHC professionals and assists employers, the public, and members of health professions in assessing healthcare contractors.
Achieving the CHC designation requires passing a comprehensive exam that tests healthcare construction knowledge, terminology, and code requirements. Additionally, it demonstrates an individual’s knowledge and commitment to healthcare.
“At Warfel, we are committed to prioritizing the safety of our healthcare clients and their patients,” said Brett Calabretta, Vice President. “Steve and Dylan’s CHC credentials highlight the experience and expertise that will allow us to continue to effectively serve the facility needs of the healthcare industry.”
A graduate of Penn State University, Davis joined Warfel in 2018 with over 16 years of experience under his belt. He is currently working on several projects, including Pleasant View’s West Lawn Apartments, Alvernia University Reading CollegeTowne, and The Village at Augsburg. He lives in York, Pennsylvania with his wife Beth, his three daughters, Bella, Alyvia, and Delaney, and his son, Cameron.
A graduate of Temple University, Keller joined Warfel in 2016 as a Field Engineer. He is currently involved in several projects, including Pleasant View Retirement Communities’ West Lawn Apartments. He lives in York, Pennsylvania with his wife Alexis.