Structural Steel for Temple University Fox School of Business Expansion

BASS FABRICATING AND DELIVERING STRUCTURAL AND RENOVATION STEEL FOR TEMPLE UNIVERSITY'S FOX SCHOOL OF BUSINESS EXPANSION

 http://www.fox.temple.edu/posts/2017/07/temple-universitys-fox-school-business-begin-renovation-project-1810-liacouras-walk/

Bass is working with Berlin Steel on a 340 ton structural steel project which is part of Temple University's many expansion/renovation projects on campus in Philadelphia, PA. This specific project is the 1810 Lacouras Walk Fox School of Business expansion which will create 77,000 square feet of classroom space in addition to adding an atrium and enclosed skywalk connecting Speakman Hall to 1810 Liacouras Walk.

Bass is fabricating structural steel pieces in addition to masonry anchors, anchor bolts, leveling plates, shop and field bolts, and stainless steel sag rods. Structural steel for this portion of the project totals 340 ton.

This project will be completed by the start of the 2018-2019 academic year which is the same year that Temple will be celebrating their 100th anniversary.