Bass Announces Promotions


We are pleased to announce three important promotions at Bass.

Jared Kleinhaus has been promoted to the role of Fabrication Superintendent. His primary responsibility in this role is to lead and develop personnel and to ensure efficient production under the Fabrication Services line. Before joining Bass to manage Quality Control, Kleinhaus was previously a welding instructor at Lancaster County Career & Technology Center - Brownstown Campus. He holds 20 years of industry experience.

George Reed has been promoted to the role of Mechanical Superintendent. Reed's primary responsibility is to also lead all personnel and manage efficiency under the Mechanical Services line. Before stepping into the Superintendent role, Reed was previously a Mechanical Field Supervisor with Bass and holds 27 years of experience in the industry.

Rob Wenger has been promoted to the role of Electrical Superintendent. Similar to the other service line Superintendent positions, Wenger is also in charge of all personnel, future personnel needs, and efficiency under the Electrical Services line. Wenger has 30 years of experience in the electrical field and has been with Bass since 2014.

Mount Joy Amtrak Train Station


Mount Joy’s Amtrak train station has been in the process of getting a facelift! For this project, Bass has furnished, fabricated, and is currently erecting all structural steel and miscellaneous metal portions of this project.

The upgrades and additions include two high-level covered boarding platforms, two enclosed elevator and stair towers for access between street level and platform levels, new street level parking arrangements, ADA accessibility, improved lighting fixtures, and bridge modifications which include a pedestrian overpass with a cantilevered canopy between the east and westbound platforms. This project is planned for completion in 2019.

Wellspan Health & Surgery Center


May 4th, 2018, the Wellspan Health and Surgery Center project in Hanover, PA was successfully topped off with the last piece of steel to signify structural completion; a sure milestone of the project. The beam was signed by Wellspan physicians, leaders, and staff members, in addition to community leaders prior to the top off on the facility’s main entranceway.

Bass worked with Stewart Amos Steel for the structural steel installation portion of this project which consisted of erecting 650 tons of steel per AISC Code of Standard Practice. Our hardworking field crew met critical deadlines and worked through various weather conditions in order to successfully complete the project.

The health center, located in Penn Township, York County, will feature an outpatient surgery suite, lab and imaging services, and primary care and speciality physician offices. Wellspan Hanover Health is planned to open Spring 2019.

National Welding Month '18

Every April, National Welding Month is celebrated with the sole purpose of recognizing the impact that welding has in our community and everyday life. Each and every day construction sites, manufacturing plants, and shipyards are filled with skilled welding professionals who work to build America’s structures and products. The month of April is a chance to spotlight every welder that contributed to the welding industry’s past, present, and future.

At Bass, we wanted to celebrate National Welding Month by showcasing a few of our hard working welders that act as the seam not just to our projects but also to our business. These guys dedicate their life to being “under the hood” and “laying sick beads”.





William Settle

Shop Foreman

Bill’s favorite welding process is SMAW - otherwise known as stick welding. He has 5 1/2 years’ experience under the hood and is #TeamLincoln when it comes to welder brands! Our guys #StackDimes for days!






Ed Kosmela


Ed has been #LayingBeads for about 30 years. He started out this venture with pipe welding on board ships with the US Navy. Ed is #TeamLincoln when it comes to welder brands.