Offering space for 1,000 new students in health sciences and advanced manufacturing is the new $100-million, 260,000-square-foot Health Science Education Center at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. Kinsley’s Steel division supplied 2,800 tons of structural steel and 2,400 squares of metal decking for this 11-story building at the corner of South Third and Chestnut Streets in downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Read More
Located in Mount Vernon, one of Baltimore’s most historic neighborhoods, we fabricated and erected structural steel and miscellaneous metals for the conversion of a former nightclub into this innovative and modern 37,000-square-foot, eight-story work/retail venue known as City House Charles.
The Rock Creek School in Frederick County, Maryland, offers special education to Frederick County students with severe intellectual, physical, emotional, hearing, visual and learning disabilities. Their programs are designed for students age 3 to 21, and they’re committed to providing a life-skills curriculum with an emphasis on functional academic skills, social skills training, community-based instruction, vocational training, supported employment and work-study – all to help prepare their students to lead full and successful lives. Read More
From Model Ts to immune T cells – this former Ford assembly plant in Bloomfield, Pennsylvania is being transformed into a new Immune Transplant and Therapy Center. The University of Pittsburgh, UPMC and Wexford Science + Technology have partnered to create the center, which will develop and test new immunotherapy drugs for cancer, autoimmunity, transplantation, aging and chronic disease.