Grays Woods


  • Surveys
  • Mapping Control
  • Easement Right-of-Way Plans
  • Construction Stakeouts
  • Base Mapping
  • Courthouse Research
  • Utility Coordination
  • Wetlands Stakeout
  • Conservation Easement
  • Subdivision Plan
  • Due Diligence/Site Feasibility Studies
  • Site Planning, Design, and Layout
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Permitting
  • Municipal Reviews
  • Sewage Facilities Planning
  • Drainage/Stormwater Management Improvements
  • Erosion/Sedimentation Control Plans
  • Stormwater Management, Analysis, Design, and Permitting
  • Water Storage, Distribution, and Transmission Design
  • Wastewater Collection and Pumping Facilities
  • Land Planning Modules
  • Design of Parking Lots
  • Design and Build of New Roadway
  • Design and Build of Intersection / Interchange
  • Design and Layout of ADA compliant curbs, curb ramps, and sidewalks


Grays Woods Partnership, Centre County

Project Details

For the past 28 years, Keller Engineers has been involved with the planning and design of Grays Woods, a 600-acre mixed-use planned community located in Patton Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania.

Construction of this project has been underway in accordance with an official master plan for nearly 30 years utilizing a phased development approach, with over 1,800 residential units planned.  The project is divided into distinct neighborhoods emanating from a central boulevard.

To date the project consists of 556 single-family homes and multi-family townhomes, as well as several commercial elements including churches, a school, and a daycare center.  This development has occurred within five neighborhood areas including Graysdale, Marywood, Brynwood, Deerbrook, and Grays Pointe.  Recreational opportunities within the community include two municipal parks, a designated shared use path/trail, and various common open space areas.

A unique element of the project is the design and construction of a roundabout located at the entrance to Gray’s Woods Elementary School.


I probably don’t say this enough, but we so appreciate the quality of work Keller Engineers does. The fact that they include building footprints and natural features makes these surveys super useful. I’m reminding my colleagues in other counties that their surveyors need to up their quality. F. Mark Schiavone, Executive Director Berkeley County Farmland Protection Board

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