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HOK Designs Big Airport Infrastructure Project

The world’s most traveled airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, is embarking on a $6 billion, 20-year expansion and modernization program. As part of the capital improvement program, HOK is leading the joint venture team designing a $200 million improvement to the airport’s domestic passenger terminal. Construction will begin later in 2016 and include the addition of two large… Keep Reading

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EPA Announces West Lake Landfill Isolation Barrier Decision

EPA Region 7 has announced its decision to proceed with the installation of a physical isolation barrier for the West Lake Landfill Superfund Site in Bridgeton, Mo. The decision also calls for the installation of additional engineering controls, such as cooling loops, to prevent potential impacts that could result if a subsurface smoldering event were to come into contact with the radioactive materials contained in the West Lake Landfill. Keep Reading

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World Wide Technology, Inc. and Lodging Hospitality Management Announce $95 Million Westport Plaza Revitalization

World Wide Technology (WWT) and Lodging Hospitality Management (LHM) are proud to announce a $95 Million joint development effort to create a revitalized Westport Plaza. This announcement concludes an extensive twelve-month effort planning the new development. The project includes support from the State of Missouri, St. Louis County, Maryland Heights and other local agencies. Once complete, the revitalized Westport Plaza will be the new home for World Wide Technology's global headquarters and will also include a significant upgrade to Westport Plaza. Keep Reading

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Energy Department Announces Largest Energy Efficiency Standard in History

The U.S. Department of Energy Thursday announced new efficiency standards for commercial air conditioners and furnaces. In making the announcement, the DOE said the standards, developed with industry, utilities, and environmental groups, "will save more energy than any other standard issued by the Department to date. Over the lifetime of the products, businesses will save $167 billion on their utility bills and carbon pollution will be reduced by 885 million metric tons." Keep Reading

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IMPACT Strategies Awarded Contract to Build Hofbrauhaus St. Louis-Belleville

IMPACT Strategies will soon begin construction of the Hofbräuhaus, the cornerstone of a new $50 million mixed-use development across from the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows in Belleville, IL. The $10 million Hofbräuhaus restaurant, designed by PURE Architecture Studio of Effingham, will feature an outdoor beer garden, authentic German cuisine, and beer… Keep Reading

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IMPACT Strategies Awarded Contract to Build Hofbrauhaus St. Louis-Belleville

IMPACT Strategies will soon begin construction of the Hofbrauhaus, the cornerstone of a new $50 million mixed-use development across from the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows in Belleville, IL. The $10 million Hofbrauhaus restaurant, designed by PURE Architecture Studio of Effingham, will feature an outdoor beer garden, authentic German cuisine, and beer to be brewed onsite in a self-contained brew house. The Bavarian-style restaurant is based on the original, 400-year-old Hofbrauhaus in Munich, Germany. Keep Reading

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Kwame Building Group Receives ENR Midwest Best Project Of The Year Award For Lambert ‘Airport Experience’ Renovation

The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport "Airport Experience" Renovation Program has won the "ENR Midwest Best Project of the Year Award: Airports/Transit." Joshua Randall, president of St. Louis-based project management firm Kwame Building Group, Inc., and Jerry Beckmann, Airport Deputy Director, Planning & Development of Lambert Airport, accepted the award at a ceremony in Chicago on November 19. The project also was profiled in the November 16 edition of ENR Midwest. Keep Reading

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