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Apartments, Apartments, Apartments

Developers seem to think St. Louis is ripe for new apartment construction, and they are looking beyond the environs of the Saint Louis University campus, where three large developments opened in the last year.   Paul McKee’s announcement this week that he will team with CRG Real Estate Solutions and Telesis Corp. to build 500… Keep Reading

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Local Small Business Industry Information Forum for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Next NGA West Campus N2W

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District will host a Local Small Business Industry Information Forum for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Next NGA West Campus N2W program. The Forum will be held on June 22, 2016 at 1:00 pm located at the Central Library, St. Louis, Missouri. The purpose of this Information Forum… Keep Reading

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Midwest BankCentre and Lindenwood University Break Ground on New Bank in University Commons Development, St. Charles, MO.

Midwest BankCentre and Lindenwood University broke ground on the financial institution’s second branch in St. Charles County. The new bank at 1820 First Capitol Drive in the city of St. Charles will be part of Lindenwood’s newUniversity Commons mixed-use development now taking shape across the street from the university’s main campus. The branch is slated to open in late… Keep Reading

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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. Spellman Brady Hires Robyn Gaynor  Spellman Brady and Company is pleased to announce that Robyn Gaynor has joined its design firm as a Director of Contract Markets. Ms. Gaynor is responsible for… Keep Reading

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IMPACT Strategies Begins Construction on SIUE’s Stratton Quadrangle Project

Construction-management firm IMPACT Strategies today announced that work is underway on a reconstruction project at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s (SIUE) Stratton Quadrangle. The project, IMPACT’s first with SIUE, involves the placement of new brick pavers throughout the 43,000-square-foot outdoor walkway, which is situated between the campus’ core buildings. The renovation is scheduled for completion in… Keep Reading

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ASA Midwest Council Hosts St. Louis Construction Showcase & BBQ

Free event scheduled for June 15th in Queeny Park The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council has assembled more than 70 companies to participate in its 4th Annual St. Louis Construction Showcase and BBQ on Wednesday, June 15th in Queeny Park.  The event is free for all to attend! Visit www.asamidwest.com for a full list… Keep Reading

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Area Residents Gather to Celebrate the Reopening of the Renovated St. Louis Riverfront

Event included a 2,016-foot-long community picnic table, food trucks, entertainment and fireworks display,  kicking off a season of events for residents and tourists.  Great Rivers Greenway, the City of St. Louis, CityArchRiver Foundation and other partners gathered yesterday evening with people from all across the region to celebrate the transformation of the St. Louis riverfront.… Keep Reading

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Rules of Engagement….How Competitors Collaborate

By Stephanie Woodcock The two largest wall and ceiling contractors in St. Louis, Niehaus Building Services and TJ Wies Contracting, team up on the BJC Campus Renewal Project, a 558,000-square-foot, 12-story expansion of Barnes-Jewish Hospital and 222,000-square-foot, 12-story expansion of St. Louis Children’s Hospital. This complex project demanded new ways of working together from the… Keep Reading

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Amazon to Open Two Fulfillment Centers in Edwardsville, Illinois, to Employ 1,000 Full-Time Workers

Amazon.com, Inc., announced plans to open two fulfillment centers in Edwardsville, Illinois, and create more than 1,000 full-time jobs between the facilities when they open. The company also recently announced plans for a new fulfillment center in Joliet, Illinois, and the creation of 2,000 full-time jobs. Amazon has an existing fulfillment center in Joliet where… Keep Reading

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Local Lighting Designer Featured in National Healthcare Magazine

Tom Kaczkowski, director of lighting design at HOK in St. Louis, figures prominently in a May 31 Healthcare Designfeature on lighting. Kacskowki noted that lighting technology has reached a “tipping point” where “every lighting system” in healthcare can use LEDs. He noted that lighting manufacturers have embraced the technology for a wide variety of uses, and… Keep Reading

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