TIMELINE

1940

John P. Bell Senior founded J.P. Bell Plumbing & Heating Proprietorship in Rochester, NY

1967

Incorporated as John P. Bell & Sons Inc, Industrial Piping Contractor

1974

Rochester’s Park Ridge Hospital project marks Bell’s entry into the Healthcare Industry

1977

Bell awarded first out-of-state project – Mercy Hospital in Scranton, PA

1980

Entered Wastewater Treatment sector as GC – Van Lare WTP in Rochester NY

1980

Bell receives service contract for the outage and maintenance work at Ginna Nuclear Plant, the first of many nuclear plant projects Bell will perform in future years

1985

First DC-area office opens in Upper Marlboro, MD

1986

Bell awarded first Federal contract: Fort Drum –10th Mtn Division Expansion project

1989

Bell wins Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center contract, the largest healthcare project in the Northeastern U.S.

1990

Construction begins at West Valley Vitrification Plant – the first nuclear waste treatment facility in the country

1992

Bell awarded Pentagon’s Heating & Refrigeration Plant project, largest Chiller Facility in the United States to date

1993

Charleston AFB Apron Hydrant System project is Bell’s first major foray into the South Carolina construction arena

1996

Bell awarded Design/Build Contract for the INS Detention Facility, Batavia, NY

1997

Bell awarded NIH Chiller Plant, which eclipsed the Pentagon as the largest Chiller Plant in the U.S.

2000

Bell simultaneously secured two Design/Build correctional facility contracts – Gilmer WV FCI & Canaan PA USP

2002

Bell is licensed in 18 states across the country

2007

Bell enters into first formal Design-Assist contracts – Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore and Philip Morris in Richmond

2017

50 years later, The Bell Company continues to deliver Quality Performance, Innovation and Integrity to its customers, partners, and stakeholders

2017

50 years later, The Bell Company continues to deliver Quality Performance, Innovation and Integrity to its customers, partners, and stakeholders

2007

Bell enters into first formal Design-Assist contracts – Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore and Philip Morris in Richmond

2002

Bell is licensed in 18 states across the country

2000

Bell simultaneously secured two Design/Build correctional facility contracts – Gilmer WV FCI & Canaan PA USP

1997

Bell awarded NIH Chiller Plant, which eclipsed the Pentagon as the largest Chiller Plant in the U.S.

1996

Bell awarded Design/Build Contract for the INS Detention Facility, Batavia, NY

1993

Charleston AFB Apron Hydrant System project is Bell’s first major foray into the South Carolina construction arena

1992

Bell awarded Pentagon’s Heating & Refrigeration Plant project, largest Chiller Facility in the United States to date

1990

Construction begins at West Valley Vitrification Plant – the first nuclear waste treatment facility in the country

1989

Bell wins Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center contract, the largest healthcare project in the Northeastern U.S.

1986

Bell awarded first Federal contract: Fort Drum –10th Mtn Division Expansion project

1985

First DC-area office opens in Upper Marlboro, MD

1980

Entered Wastewater Treatment sector as GC – Van Lare WTP in Rochester NY

1980

Bell receives service contract for the outage and maintenance work at Ginna Nuclear Plant, the first of many nuclear plant projects Bell will perform in future years

1977

Bell awarded first out-of-state project – Mercy Hospital in Scranton, PA

1974

Rochester’s Park Ridge Hospital project marks Bell’s entry into the Healthcare Industry

1967

Incorporated as John P. Bell & Sons Inc, Industrial Piping Contractor

1940

John P. Bell Senior founded J.P. Bell Plumbing & Heating Proprietorship in Rochester, NY