Barton Malow’s first major project in Ohio – an addition/renovation to Nationwide Children’s Hospital – broke ground in 1983.
COLUMBUS – Barton Malow Builders, the commercial and institutional building division of the Barton Malow Enterprise, marked its 40th anniversary since it began building in Columbus with a VIP reception at its downtown office on Thursday, April 20.
“Barton Malow has been a leader in the construction industry for nearly 100 years and we’ve been a Columbus construction leader now for the past 40 years,” says Jerry Mullins, Senior Director of Ohio Operations. “It was fun to come together and mark this milestone with so many of our partners and clients that have helped us grow and prosper along the way.”
From sports and entertainment to higher education and healthcare, Barton Malow has built an impressive resume over the last four decades. Notable projects include Nationwide Arena and subsequent renovations for the Columbus Blue Jackets, The Ohio State University Ross Heart Hospital expansion, the new state-of-the-art Ty Tucker Tennis Center, and the renovation of the historic Ohio Stadium (also known as “the Shoe”). Additionally, Barton Malow is a proud partner of many local higher education clients, such as Ohio University, Denison University, Ohio Wesleyan University, and Columbus State Community College.
Barton Malow broke ground on its first major project in Ohio in 1983, a $24-million addition and renovation to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Since then, the Barton Malow team has continued striving for excellence, creating positive and lasting relationships with each successful project along the way.
“We’ve been proud to build some of the most notable projects in Central Ohio, while also improving the communities where we live, work, and play,” says Jerry.