East Petersburg, PA – Warfel Construction Company is pleased to announce that Kyle Goodyear has earned his Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) designation. The CHC certification program, through the American Hospital Association and in conjunction with the American Society of Healthcare Engineers (ASHE), provides a national standard of knowledge required for CHC professionals. This assists employers, the public, and members of health professions in assessing healthcare contractors.
To achieve the CHC designation, an individual must pass a comprehensive exam that tests healthcare construction terminology, code requirements, and general knowledge. It demonstrates an individual’s knowledge and commitment to healthcare.
“At Warfel, we understand the risks associated with healthcare construction and are committed to patient safety and continued learning with our clients,” said Vice President Brett Calabretta. “Kyle’s CHC credentials highlight the expertise needed to continue to effectively serve the facility needs of the healthcare industry.”
A graduate of Penn State University, Goodyear joined Warfel in 2010. He currently serves as a Preconstruction Manager and is involved in several ongoing projects, including White Horse Village, Homestead Village, and Frederick Living. Goodyear lives in York, PA with his wife Kelley and daughters Rory and Molly.