Fordham University, Walsh and Mulcahy Halls
Walsh Hall, a 13-story building constructed in the 1970s, serves as a residence hall for Fordham University Students. The building’s exterior consists of a brick cavity wall supported on steel shelf angles attached to a concrete structure. Mulcahy Hall, a six-story building constructed in 1967, serves as an educational center for chemistry students. The building’s exterior consists of a brick cavity wall with exposed concrete columns. SUPERSTRUCTURES provided Local Law 11 and roof inspections repair documents, and construction administration for both buildings.