Pendle Hill

Wallingford, Pennsylvania

Ten year collaboration on the historic Pendle Hill Campus

In three words:

Master Plan,
Community,
Sense of Place

Pendle Hill, an internationally renowned Quaker retreat, engaged Re:Vision in 2011 to develop a Master Plan that would guide near-term improvements and long-range growth for a more sustainable Pendle Hill. The master plan focuses on management of existing site and facility conditions as well as conceptual planning for major renovation and construction projects in the coming years.  As part of the collaborative process, the integrated design team worked closely with Pendle Hill staff, Board members, and community representatives.  Over 10+ years of partnership with Pendle Hill, Re:Vision has worked under three administrations on 9 design projects on campus including conceptual designs for Living Buildings, accessibility upgrades, demolition, deferred maintenance, and wayfinding plans.

Fast Facts

Campus includes 23 acres and 19 buildings spanning 3 different centuries of construction

A comprehensive deferred maintenance plan was put in place in 2012 and has been followed since

Accessibility upgrades have been undertaken in three different buildings and on site pathways

Re:Vision led a volunteer project for two Living Buildings on campus which engaged over 100 volunteers

In 2019, in collaboration with Intepret Green, Pendle Hill Way was officially named and added to Google Maps

“Pendle Hill conducted an extensive search to find the right Master Planning team for us. Re:Vision emerged as our preferred choice at the beginning, and they proceeded to deliver on all our hopes throughout the process phases. We were, and remain, very grateful for their thorough, consultative and forward-thinking approach to campus planning. They produced a comprehensive vision that thoughtfully integrates our values with our services; accounting all along for the sound stewardship of our land, buildings and the needs of all our visitors. ”

– Jennifer Karsten, Former Executive Director, Pendle Hill

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