With steady growth in enrollment over the past 8 years, The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, in Belton, Texas, has announced plans to construct a new Freshman residence hall on campus. Jobsite Steel Manufacturing is proud to announce their partnership with Bartlett Cocke General Contractors on the three-story dormitory style housing that will be ready for new residents in the Fall of 2018.
Thanks to the creative design of partnering architects PBK Architects from Austin, TX, and Architecture Demarest from Philadelphia, PA, the new facility will offer wings and floors that can be closed off, making it possible to house men and women in separate spaces. Further flexibility with this design will give the residence hall the capability of adjusting the allocation of beds, depending upon the demographics of upcoming freshman classes on an annual basis.
JSM prides itself on offering Speed, Solutions, and Success. On this project, we were able to assist in design changes that would ensure the project was within budget and on schedule. We care about the product we manufacture, the services we provide, and the lives we impact, this includes the future Crusaders whose home will be within the walls of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s new residence hall.