THE TRANSITION: FAMILY HONORS BASS' HISTORY
December 8th, 2017, Casey Baum announced his decision to step down as Chief Executive Officer, effective January 16th, 2018. After serving as Bass’ CEO for three and a half years, Casey made the decision to move to Colorado with his wife, Rebecca, to begin a career in investment real estate.
"I have had the great privilege of serving both my family and Bass since May 2011, and I couldn’t be more proud of the incredible team that we have built during my tenure as CEO" said Casey. "Bass is a company with a great legacy, mission, and culture, and I look forward to watching Bass continue to grow and evolve as a leader in the industrial contracting industry.”
WE REVEAL OUR NEW BRAND & LOGO
Over the past year and a half, our marketing team took a hard look at the state of Bass Mechanical's brand. For over 20 years, Bass has continued to adapt and grow. It was time for a change.
Through this rebranding process, we took a strong look at where we came from, and where we’re headed. We needed to pursue innovation while honoring our tradition. We needed to be bold, and be willing to constantly challenge ourselves. Through such efforts, strategically align the brand of Bass Mechanical with a new mission, set of values, aesthetic, and (of course) a new logo!
STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR TEMPLE UNIVERSITY FOX SCHOOL OF BUSINESS EXPANSION
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.