Mosser was the general contractor for the University of Toledo’s Pharmacy, Chemistry, and Life Science Complex (Wolfe Hall).The complex features classrooms, laboratories, office space, 300-seat auditorium, greenhouse and test animal shelter with adjacent research space and a 6,400 sf professional practice development laboratory.  Construction doubled the square footage by adding two new four-story wings.

This aesthetically pleasing state-of-the-art facility features over 2,000 cast stone pieces imitating the original limestone of the past, plus 50,000 pieces of scored block for the interior corridors, 200,000 concrete blocks, and 600 tons of natural Lannon cut stone.

Mosser self-performed all masonry work with over 20 brick masons and 12 tenders, working 55,000 man hours.  The master craftsmen worked with “chisel-in-hand” trimming and hand-facing each piece of the natural Lannon cut stone.

Location: Toledo, Ohio
Project Size: 165,000 sf