Mosser's Year in Review

What a year 2020 has been!

With the New Year just around the corner, we would like to thank all of our employees, clients, and partners for their support in keeping our industry growing and moving forward during this unprecedented year.

With the implementation of social distancing, facial coverings, and other COVID-19 protocols to keep everyone healthy and safe, we worked together and to find solutions to these new challenges.  This hard work made turning over completed projects to our clients even more rewarding.

Here are some project highlights from the past year:

Columbus Avenue Bridge Replacement

Sandusky, Ohio

Over the summer, Mosser replaced a 132 year-old historic bridge on a high traffic road in Sandusky, Ohio. Originally constructed in 1887, the iconic bridge was not designed for the water flow and travel demands it has today. Mosser’s work on the project included removing the decaying bridge that had been causing flooding in Erie County and constructing a new bridge in its place.

Nova Tube & Steel, LLC    Early Sitework Package

Delta, Ohio

Mosser’s scope of work included overall site excavation to create the building pad and onsite detention, as well as utility installation that included sanitary, water distribution and stormwater management system.  Additionally, Mosser placed the pavement subbase for access around the site once the project goes vertical.

Collins Park                        Basins 7 and 8

Toledo, Ohio

Mosser’s three-year Basins 7 and 8 project at the Collins Park Water Treatment Plant was completed this fall. The construction of the Basins will allow the City of Toledo to complete routine maintenance on the original six basins without impacting the City’s overall water production.

Marelli and Ohio Logistics Facility

Bowling Green, Ohio

Mosser provided Design/Build services for 100,000 sf of manufacturing space for two unique tenants. Marelli, a leading global tier-one automotive supplier, will occupy the east side of the building with their plastic injection molding operation. To accommodate their operations, foundations were poured to support a 40-ton class D crane and floors were reinforced for die shop and maintenance. Ohio Logistics will use the additional space for warehouse storage.

Bowling Green State University Hanna-Maurer Center

Bowling Green, Ohio

Mosser was the Construction Manager at Risk on the Robert W. and Patricia A. Maurer Center project, which transformed Hanna Hall into the new home for BGSU’s College of Business. The project involved both the construction of a spacious new glass and stone-clad statement building as well as the complete renovation of the second-oldest building on the campus!

Sandusky Ontario and Intermediate Schools

The Ontario School (grades 1-2) is a 67,282 sf two-story educational facility which includes a theatrical stage, new 65” smart monitors in all classrooms, and a kitchen with commercial equipment capable of serving hundreds of students.

The Intermediate School (grades 3-6) is a 141,591 sf two-story educational building with four basketball courts, theater stage, a global education center, and more amenities for the students and faculty.

Wood County Committee on Aging Senior Center

Bowling Green, Ohio

Mosser was chosen as the Construction Manager at Risk for a new facility that will provide services and programs to empower older adults to remain independent and improve the quality of their lives. The new center boasts a total of 35,000 square feet, which doubles the existing space of 14,500 square feet. Features include a full commercial kitchen with large dining area, coffee lounge, gift shop and more.

Fremont Schools Masonry Package

Mosser began laying block at the new Fremont Ross High School project in March. Since then, the team is approaching completion with the majority of the 241,000 total blocks needed for the project in place! The building is enclosed with the majority of the 3” cavity insulation installed. The team did an outstanding job coming together to meet an aggressive schedule during this unprecedented year.

Again, thank you to the entire Mosser team and all of our industry partners in making our projects a success this year. We are proud of the perseverance and dedication demonstrated by each of you and are looking forward to continuing to build more outstanding projects together in 2021!

Best wishes for a safe and Happy New Year from your friends at Mosser.

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