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The latest People in the News highlighting new hires, promotions, honors & recognition of the men and women in the St. Louis building community. KAI Hires Dan Forguson as Vice President of Finance  KAI Design & Build proudly announces the addition of Dan Forguson of Columbia, Illinois as Vice President of Finance. In his new role, Forguson… Keep Reading

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Ross & Baruzzini Acquires Atlanta-based EDI, Ltd.

Firms Combine Operations to Leverage Opportunities to Expand Technology Service Offerings in Healthcare, Education Ross & Baruzzini, Inc., an international consulting and engineering firm, has acquired EDI, Ltd., based in Atlanta, Ga. Financial terms were not disclosed. Established in 1986, EDI is a leading technology consulting and design firm that offers advisory services, technology system design, data-center-specific services and… Keep Reading

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Four St. Louis NECA Electrical Contractors Ranked Among Top Specialty Contractors by Engineering News Record (ENR)

The national construction industry trade publication, Engineering News Record (ENR), has ranked four St. Louis National Electrical Contractor Association (NECA) contractor members among it “Top 600 Specialty Contractors.”  The four contractors – all members of the Electrical Connection – are Sachs Electric Co., Guarantee Electrical Co., PayneCrest Electric, Inc. and Aschinger Electric Co. Inc.  The ranking can be found in the Oct. 22, 2018 cover story, “The Top-600… Keep Reading

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Talking Transit Event Set for Nov. 16 to Highlight Transit Security Best Practices

Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT), the St. Louis Regional Chamber and East-West Gateway Council of Governments are inviting area residents to take part in a special “Talking Transit” event that will highlight transit security best practices from systems in other major metropolitan cities. Representatives of these public transit systems will share key insights on their respective… Keep Reading

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Elsperman to Serve as 2019 President of AGC of America

As Tarlton Corp. celebrates its Founders Day, the company looks forward to another year of industry service and leadership: Dirk Elsperman, Tarlton executive vice president and chief operating officer, will be sworn in as president of Associated General Contractors of America in April 2019. When he takes office, Elsperman will become one of only four AGC… Keep Reading

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Edward L. Monser Pledges $2.5 Million to Ranken Technical College

School receives largest personal donation in its history Ranken Technical College has announced a $2.5 million donation from Edward L. Monser that will support the construction of MFG Inc., its 26,000 square foot center for microenterprises and high tech manufacturing. The pledge is the school’s largest personal donation since Ranken was founded in 1907. Monser recently… Keep Reading

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3D Reality Capture Tools Enhance Productivity, Accuracy, Quality of Project, Panelists Attest

By KERRY SMITH, EDITOR, ST. LOUIS CONSTRUCTION NEWS & REVIEW MAGAZINE Reality capture services and technologies utilizing 3D laser scanners and drones are accelerating and enhancing construction project workflow and benefitting owners in the process. At the 8th annual Associated General Contractors of Missouri’s Design & Construction Technology Conference Oct. 25th at the St. Louis… Keep Reading

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Geotechnology’s Services Go Deep at The Muny

Helping an Iconic Theater to Build Upon a Solid Foundation St. Louis Municipal Opera Theatre (commonly known as The Muny), is America’s oldest and largest outdoor musical theater. The nation’s biggest stars and stars-to-be have traversed the stage of this 11,000-seat renowned venue. Currently, a rebuild of the theater is being undertaken to address its… Keep Reading

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Scholarships To Be Awarded By Southern Illinois Builders Association

The Education Committee, Scholarship Committee, Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Southern Illinois Builders Association has announced the availability of industry-related scholarships. They are available to 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… Keep Reading

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Michael Train Joins Ranken Technical College Board of Trustees

Ranken Technical College has announced that Emerson President Michael Train has become a member of its Board of Trustees. “For many years, Emerson has been among our most generous donors, has been a pillar of our Micro-Enterprise Program which enables Ranken students to obtain valuable hands-on technical experience, and has hired countless Ranken graduates,” said… Keep Reading

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