Monmouth Service Area Building: Garden State Parkway

The Monmouth Service Area building incorporates a Jersey Shore theme with beach, boardwalk, and nautical design elements throughout. The newly built 15,800 square foot service area accommodates seating for 150 guests inside, with outdoor patio seating available for more than three dozen. 

Keystone Structural Group provided design and engineering of the buildings gravity and lateral steel-to-steel connections and also provided support to the steel fabricator during erection.  The buildings lateral system was comprised of steel moment frames.  

Waksman Institute of Microbiology : Rutgers University

The Waksman Institute of Microbiology project is a new three-story addition to the Braun Laboratory.  The institute, located in Piscataway, New Jersey, is expanding its research program by adding state of the art, open-concept, laboratory and support space.

Keystone Structural Group provided design and engineering of the buildings gravity and lateral steel-to-steel connections and also provided support to the steel fabricator during erection.  The buildings lateral system was comprised of steel moment frames.  

Hynes Hall: Kean University

Kean University, located in Union, NJ, is constructing its newest academic building.  The new College of Business and Public Management building will be named Hynes Hall.  When completed, the building will be over 90,000 square feet and will house state of the art smart classrooms and student lounges.

Keystone Structural Group provided design and engineering of the buildings steel-to-steel connections and also provided support to the steel fabricator during erection.  The buildings lateral system was comprised of steel diagonal braced frames and moment frames.  

Evangelical Community Hospital East Expansion Project: Lewisburg, PA

Our engineers provided the construction management contractor with engineering support for construction of the building foundations.

When complete the project will be a 112,000-square-foot, 4-story new addition and 20,000 square feet of renovated existing space. The project will allow Evangelical to provide private rooms and bathrooms to patients. It will cost around $72 million and is expected to take close to three years to complete.