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Piping Industry Members Called Upon to Build Toledo’s Newest Entertainment District

Posted by Northwest Ohio Piping Industry

Jan 15, 2016 9:24:14 AM

Members of the Northwest Ohio Piping Industry have been working on several major projects in downtown Toledo, including one involving the city’s minor league baseball team.

Piping Industry members are currently working on several buildings near Fifth Third Stadium, home of the Toledo Mudhens, in a new entertainment district called Hensville.

Piping Industry members are working to renovate this building in Toledo's  Hensville entertainment district.

The nearly $19 million project, which is being funded in part by almost $4 million in historic preservation tax credits from the State of Ohio, will save and renovate three deteriorated buildings on St. Clair Street.

The project will bring retail, restaurant, event and office space into these formerly vacant buildings.

An interrior look at some of the work being undertaken in Hensville.

The Toledo Blade reported that Pricewaterhouse Coppers will relocate their offices from One Seagate into Hensville. The tax and accounting firm will become the first tenant in the building and will occupy the second floor.

Before PwC can move in, though, the men and women of the Piping Industry will install all new plumbing throughout the buildings, in addition to doing the HVAC work.

Bayes Mechanical is the contractor on this project, performing all the plumbing and HVAC work. The Piping Industry’s Zack Turner is serving as the foreman on this project.







Contractors That Worked On This Project

Bayes Inc. - Plumbing and HVAC 

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Topics: projects, Fifth Third Field, Mudhens, Entertainment, Piping Industry, Toledo, Hensville, Northwest Ohio, Pricewaterhouse Coppers

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