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Clayco Expands its Communication Marketing Efforts with New Chief Communications Officer

Clayco, a full-service turnkey real estate, architecture, engineering, design-build and construction firm, announced today the expansion of their communication and marketing team with the hiring of Jessica Herrala as Chief Communications Officer. Herrala is responsible for managing the Clayco brand, communications, public affairs and sales support for the entire Clayco enterprise, including all subsidiaries. Jessica… Keep Reading

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Midas Hospitality Receives Prestigious Awards from Marriott International

St. Louis hotelier’s Residence Inn portfolio is nation’s only recipient of guest satisfaction award  Marriott International recently honored Midas Hospitality – a premier hotel development, management and investment firm – with the distinguished Partnership Circle Award, which is the highest honor that Marriott presents for hospitality excellence. In addition to the Partnership Circle Award, Midas… Keep Reading

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Habitat For Humanity Saint Louis & Saint Louis University Partner To Build Housing Near Campus

With funding secured through the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis has announced it will move forward with plans to build five new homes near Saint Louis University (SLU) in 2019. The $1.1 million dollar investment will transform long-vacant land in the Gate District West neighborhood just adjacent to the university’s… Keep Reading

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ASA Midwest Council Meet the General Contractors Expo on January 30, 2019

The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) – Midwest Council will host its annual Meet the General Contractors Expo on January 30, 2019 at the St. Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, MO. The yearly event gives area subcontractors and construction professionals the opportunity for valuable face-to-face time with some of St. Louis’ top general contractors. The… Keep Reading

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AGCMO Winter/Spring 2019 Classes, AGC of Missouri Curriculum

Location: Construction Training School, 6301 Knox Industrial Dr., St. Louis, MO 63139 Jobsite Communications for Foremen and Entry Level Superintendents is the first in AGC of Missouri’s Construction Industry Business Basics, a feedback-driven professional development series tailored to the training needs expressed by the AGCMO community of member companies. This introductory, facilitator-led, 4-hour seminar features individual sessions… Keep Reading

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Government Shutdown, and Subsequent Lack of Federal Funding, Causing Public Transit Providers to Reduce Services

The ripple effect of the government shutdown has made its way to Missouri’s roadways. Rural transit providers throughout the state are currently operating without FTA Section 5311 and 5310 funding, leaving agencies to rely on other funding sources or reserves to continue to provide critical transit services to residents. OATS Transit, for example, which provides… Keep Reading

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Building Careers

The latest People in the News highlighting new hires, promotions, honors & recognition of the men and women in the St. Louis building community. Community Mourning Loss of Nationally Recognized Educator, Civil Rights Activist Dr. Irene Leota Moore Wright Services for Grandmother of KAI CEO Michael Kennedy, Jr. Scheduled for Jan. 23 The community is mourning the… Keep Reading

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Eastern District Affirms Abuse of Process Damages in St. Louis County Subdivision Lot Split Lawsuit

By JAMES R KELLER Missouri’s Eastern District Court of Appeals recently upheld sizable attorney fee awards for a seller and against subdivision trustees. The court also found in favor of those same trustees and against a buyer of a residential lot in the City of Frontenac. The dispute involved an attempted lot split for construction… Keep Reading

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Enacting a Construction Sales Process: Make Time for Sales to Have Sales

By TOM WOODCOCK Contractors often must wear many hats – everything from estimating to project managing, vendor relations and, oh yeah, selling. The selling part can often be an afterthought. The problem is that it needs forethought. Not allotting time and strategizing to sell can cripple a construction firm. Instead of trying to reshape an… Keep Reading

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