Wagman Construction, Inc.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects
Codo 241 was built in 2009 in the heart of historic downtown York. Wagman was a co-developer and the general contractor for this innovative residential/commercial project. It was the first green interior office space in York County.
The first floor of renovated historic building was converted into a modern office interior with exposed original brick and beams, and an industrial flavor.
Green features include use of low VOC adhesives and paint, Nu Green particle board, concrete countertops, acoustical ceiling clouds, low-flow toilets, and recycled carpet, aluminum and steel.
This project achieved LEED certification according to the United States Green Building Council’s guidelines for green construction.
Key Challenges & Project Details
- Co-developer and general contractor for innovative Codo 241 residential/commercial project.
- First green interior office space in York County.
2010 - Citation Award - AIA Central Pennsylvania
2010 - Green Building Award - Green Building Association of Central Pennsylvania
2012 - Better York Beautification Award - North George Street Alliance