Now in its 20th year of operation, Pyramid Construction Services Inc., has staked its reputation on superior customer service, quality construction and community involvement in the Central Pennsylvania marketplace.

“Our business model is based on establishing, cultivating and maintaining long-lasting relationships with its customers,” said Ralph S. Klinepeter Jr., the company’s founder and president.

Every Pyramid employee embraces this “customer first” philosophy, from promptly returning telephone and email messages to servicing items beyond the customary warranty period.

Pyramid provides a wide range of construction services to its loyal customer base. To help support its growth in the region, Pyramid became a wholly owned subsidiary of Quandel Enterprises in 2004. Today, with its main headquarters located in Wormleysburg since 2010, and a branch office in Hershey that opened in 2013, Pyramid consistently performs over 400 projects a year, with revenue averaging $50 million annually.

Pyramid’s experience in a variety of market segments, including, but not limited to, health care institutions, medical offices, commercial offices, retail and nonprofit organizations, plays an integral part in the well-being of the local community. That includes regional fixtures such as the Hershey Medical Center Pediatric Emergency Department, PinnacleHealth West Shore Cancer Center, Holy Spirit Hospital Urgent Care, Bethesda Mission, Heritage Medical Center and the Hershey Volunteer Fire Station.

Above all, the key to Pyramid’s success lies with its valued employees. Starting out with just a handful of employees in 1997, the company now employs a total of 65 construction professionals, two-thirds of which are stationed on various jobsites in Central Pennsylvania.

Klinepeter is equally proud of his employees’ compassion for giving back to the community as he is of the firm’s construction expertise. For example, Pyramid employees prepare dinners every month at the Ronald McDonald House and participate in numerous charitable events throughout the year.

Pyramid looks forward to its next 20 years of operations. The company is steadfast in its commitment of preparing the next generation of construction professionals, thus perpetuating the Pyramid tradition of customer service, quality construction and giving back to the community it serves.

Community Support

Boy Scout of America – Local Chapter Keystone Area Council

The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

Boy Scouting is a year-round program for boys around ages 11 - 17. Through the Boy Scout program, young men can achieve the core objectives of strengthening character, personal fitness and good citizenship.

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Hospice of Central PA

Hospice of Central Pennsylvania was founded in 1979. Our mission is one of providing the terminally ill of Central Pennsylvania and their families with compassion, dignity and care through the coordinated delivery of emotional, physical and spiritual support of the highest quality.

We exist solely to care for individuals and families who are coping with a life-limiting illness and who prefer the comfort of their own home and the support of family and friends to the impersonal setting of a hospital or nursing facility.

Started by a small group of individuals concerned about care for the dying, our agency was one of the pioneers of the hospice concept nationwide and the first hospice in Central Pennsylvania. In the mid-1990s we saw a need for a care environment for patients who required more support than they could get at home, but who still wished to remain in a home-like setting. In response to this need, we opened the Carolyn Croxton Slane Hospice Residence in 1996. This six bed residence, located on a serene, wooded lot, is the first and only stand-alone hospice residential facility in Central Pennsylvania.

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Special Olympics

The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities*, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

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United Way of the Capital Region

United Way of the Capital Region (UWCR) works year-round to change lives in Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry counties.

We do this by identifying long-term and pressing community needs, finding solutions to address those needs and providing results that show how we are making a difference.

United Way of the Capital Region (UWCR) works year-round to change lives in Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry counties.

We do this by identifying long-term and pressing community needs, finding solutions to address those needs and providing results that show how we are making a difference.

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Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts

In 1993, a small group of dedicated leaders began to meet. Soon, initial funding in the form of generous grants from the City of Harrisburg and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania were obtained.

Other forward-thinking individuals, foundations and corporations began to provide gifts to the Leadership Gifts Campaign under the honorary chairmanship of Alex Grass.

In September, 1997, ground was broken on the corner of Third and Market Streets in the heart of downtown Harrisburg and Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, a $52.7 million public-private partnership, was born.

The mission of Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts is to serve as the center for scientific, artistic, cultural and educational activities to enhance the region's quality of life and economic vitality.

Bethesda Mission

Bethesda Mission, located in Pennsylvania's capital city of Harrisburg, is a non-profit Christian Rescue Mission.

Our mission is to reach out a helping hand to the men and women of the streets for the purpose of "Introducing them to the Gospel of Jesus Christ," and providing them with food, shelter, clothing, fellowship and Christian counseling. It is our prayer that in time, Bethesda Mission's guests will emerge as productive, capable, mature adults.

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Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank

A vital part of the community, the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank (CPBB) works to promote, secure and coordinate the region’s blood supply. We are a not-for-profit organization responsible for 100% of the area’s blood needs.

Each year, CPBB member hospitals transfuse over 100,000 units of blood and blood products. CPBB relies on the generous contribution of thousands of dedicated individuals to voluntarily donate blood in the amount needed to provide optimum care for patients in our member hospitals. Individual members, area schools, businesses, churches, civic and group organizations are a crucial part of this life-saving program.

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank is affiliated with America’s Blood Centers (ABC). As a network, America’s Blood Centers is the nation’s largest group of blood providers and collectors. Our national network enables us to help save patients who need it most; anytime, anywhere.

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Harrisburg Area YMCA

Mission Statement: The Harrisburg Area YMCA is a non-profit organization committed to aid in the spiritual, mental, and physical development of each person, enabling them to be beneficial and contributing members of our society.

We accomplish our mission through our programs and services, which are designed to meet community needs in an atmosphere of Christian growth and love to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit.

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Holy Spirit Hospital

Holy Spirit Health System is a community Catholic health system sponsored by the Sisters of Christian Charity to carry out the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to all in need.

We provide high quality, cost-effective health services to develop healthy communities in the greater Harrisburg area and South Central Pennsylvania.

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Homeland Center

Since 1867, Homeland Center has provided care and services to residents of Central Pennsylvania. A long tradition of assuring the highest standard of clinical care and quality of life is at the heart of our commitment to our residents and to their family members. Our high standards of clinical and nursing excellence are provided in a modern, state of the art facility.

Skilled Nursing and Personal Care services are available at Homeland Center, both of which are provided by competent and caring staff. A specially designed Alzheimer's Unit is also available for those in need of this service.

It is with pride we stand on our reputation in the community, realizing we must have constant focus on attaining even higher standards with involvement and input from our residents. Our progressive approach and the total commitment from all levels of Homeland staff enable us to consistently assure our residents receive the best.

First and foremost in our administrative mission, is the requirement to be always considerate, respectful and proficient in serving our residents and family members. It is with pleasure I invite you to learn more about Homeland and our dedication to be the best in providing Skilled Nursing and Personal Care services.

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society

MS stops people from moving. The National MS Society exists to make sure it doesn't.  We help each person address the challenges of living with MS through our 50 state network of chapters.

We fund more MS research, provide more services to people with MS, offer more professional education and further more advocacy efforts than any other MS organization in the world. The Society is dedicated to achieving a world free of MS.  We are people who want to do something about MS now.

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PinnacleHealth Foundation

The PinnacleHealth Foundation was established as a centralized, cost-efficient program to solicit, accept, acknowledge and invest charitable gifts, grants and bequests for the benefit of our community and future generations. It continues in the tradition of the foundations of the respected health systems that merged to form PinnacleHealth: Capital Health System, Community General Osteopathic Hospital and Polyclinic Health System.

The money raised by PinnacleHealth Foundation provides:

  • Needed operating support for our hospitals and special healthcare services
  • Capital funds for construction projects and related hospital expansion
  • Funds to buy technologically advanced equipment that improves the quality of care for Central Pennsylvania

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