Springfield, Massachusetts, United States

The Springfield Union Station has been in renovation since 2015 as part of an $83 million project to consolidate the train and bus stations in Springfield, Massachusetts. The original station was constructed in 1926 for the Boston & Albany Railroads but is now currently run by Amtrak. The primary service is the New Haven – Springfield commuter shuttle connecting Springfield to the Northeast Corridor trains.

Portland Bolt has proved almost 5,000 pounds of hot-dip galvanized threaded anchor rods with nuts and custom plate washers welded to them for the new canopy structures.  The job required the material to be 100% domestic and needed full certification documents which is no problem with our automatic emails of tracking and certification documents the same day the order ships. Portland Bolt uses 100% domestic steel and a full line of domestic nuts and washers to provide full traceability for your orders.

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