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People On The Move In The Local Construction Industry

The latest People in the News highlighting new hires, promotions, honors & recognition of the men and women in the St. Louis building community. New Hires at Murphy Company Ben Moore has joined Murphy Company as an engineer, focusing on projects in the commercial group. The announcement was made by Mike Werdes, manager of engineering. Moore holds… Keep Reading

Associations/News

SIBA Scholarships to be Awarded

WHO: The Education Committee, Scholarship Committee, Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Southern Illinois Builders Association. WHAT: Individuals who have a career goal in the Construction Management / Construction Related Engineering / Architectural fields and are planning to enroll as a full-time student and maintain full-time student status (12 hour minimum). Applicants were… Keep Reading

Companies/News

Payne Family Homes Launches New Commercial Real Estate Division with $400 Million 260-Acre Mixed Use Project in O’Fallon

Development to include 25 acres of neighborhood retail, over 80 acres of mixed use Payne Family Homes, an award-winning residential construction company, is launching a new commercial real estate division with a 260-acre mixed-use project in O’Fallon, Missouri. Tentatively called The Streets of Caledonia, this $400 million commercial development will encompass 260 acres in O’Fallon at… Keep Reading

Companies/News

21st Annual McCarthy Charity Softball Tournament Raises $6,500 for St. Louis Organizations

Nineteen area architecture and engineering firms compete in charity tournament.    A co-ed softball and grilling tournament hosted by McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has raised $6,500 for three local charities. Nineteen local architecture and engineering firms competed in the 21st annual tournament, which took place August 19 at the Ozzie Smith Sports Complex in O’Fallon, Mo. Since its inception… Keep Reading

News

Transforming Senior Living in a Small Town

“In  every  town there’s a  group  of  people  who  want  to  see  the  town made better,”  says Blair Minton. He’s  referencing  his  fellow  board  members  of  the nonprofit  Fox  Meadows  NFP.  A  small  group  from a small  town,  the  six  of them  are passionate about their community, and they’re dedicating themselves to improving it. Thanks  to  the  board’s  efforts,  Holland  Construction… Keep Reading

Companies/News

KWK Architects Designs First Residential Colleges at the University of Oklahoma

Upperclassmen residential communities combine living and learning amenities Utilizing the “residential college” community model, higher education design experts KWK Architects, partnered with architect of record ADG Architects of Oklahoma City, recently completed the first residential colleges in Oklahoma at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. A dedication ceremony for the new Headington and Dunham residential… Keep Reading

Companies/News

Eight Reasons to Certify Your Company’s Financial Statements

Submitted by Schmersahl Treloar & Co.  Throughout the year, businesses like yours need to be able to provide verified financial results to others. This may be your tax preparer, a lender or investor, a potential purchaser of your business — should you decide to sell — or another interested party. Not to mention that you, as… Keep Reading

Companies/News

Marcus Adrian, AIA, Principal at Mackey Mitchell Architects, to present at TEDxGatewayArch’s “Ripple Effect”

Marcus Adrian, AIA, LEED BD+C, a principal at Mackey Mitchell Architects, will be speaking at TEDxGatewayArch’s “Ripple Effect” event at the Touhill Performing Arts Center on October 27. Adrian will discuss the architecture of schools and classrooms, and how design can be improved through a deeper understanding of human ability. The talk will focus on… Keep Reading

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