Goodville Mutual Celebrates End of Construction with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

August 15, 2017

NEW HOLLAND, PA - On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, at noon, Goodville Mutual Casualty Company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newly constructed and recently renovated headquarters in New Holland, Pennsylvania.  The ceremony celebrated the conclusion of a year-long construction project which doubled the size of Goodville’s previous headquarters, providing an additional 20,000 square feet of office space.

Those in attendance included Goodville employees and the Board of Directors, representatives from Warfel Construction Company, Cornerstone Design-Architects, and C.S. Davidson, Inc., and the New Holland Mayor Wilbur G. Horning.

From left to right, President of Cornerstone Design-Architects Dale R. Yoder, New Holland Mayor Wilbur Horning, President and CEO of Goodville Mutual David Gautsche, Goodville Mutual Board Chairman Jim Harder, and President of Warfel Construction Company Matt Hartzler standing in front of the new Goodville Mutual entrance.

Goodville Mutual broke ground on June 27, 2016, marking the beginning of construction on a new building as well as renovations to the previous building in New Holland.  The architect of the project was Cornerstone Design-Architects of Lancaster, PA, and the construction manager for this project was Warfel Construction Company in East Petersburg, PA.

President and CEO, David Gautsche, emphasized the importance of this larger facility.  “Goodville has been part of the Lancaster County community for over 90 years and have been fortunate to grow consistently throughout those years.  With a larger facility, Goodville will be able to continue providing employees an exceptional work environment and policyholders, agents, and the community with outstanding products and experience.”

Founded in 1926, Goodville Mutual provides quality comprehensive property and casualty insurance products through professional independent agents in eight states.  Visit Goodville’s website for more information: