Bell was awarded the Mechanical Design-Assist contract for Boeing’s Commercial Airplane Decorative Paint Facility in Charleston, South Carolina. The project is a 258,000 SF two-position aircraft paint hangar with 108,000 SF of walk-on ceilings. The facility, which is used to paint Boeing’s 787 aircraft, includes two paint bays, office towers, and mechanical rooms that support an extensive MEP system needed to handle the airflow requirements of the paint process. Construction started in November 2014 and is expected to be completed in November 2016.
Friday afternoon the 16th of June, members of the Bell Family, current and past employees, and other guests who hold a long-standing relationship with the Company gathered to honor The Bell Company's founder at the annual John P. Bell Day picnic.
The Richmond Style Weekly cover story from April 7, 2020, “Still Building – A look at some major construction projects that continue to rise around Richmond despite the world setback of COVID-19” , highlights the VCU Adult Outpatient Pavilion and the General Assembly Building projects. As we are providing mechanical subcontracting services at both sites, it continues to be business as usual for Bell. Click to read the article