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Fox Architects Awarded USGS Nationwide IDIQ Contract

Fox will provide design services for the U.S. Geological Survey facilities and operations in 14 states. Fox Architects is proud to announce their recently awarded IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity) Contract with the USGS (U.S. Geological Survey). Fox was awarded Contract Area Five which includes Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico,… Keep Reading

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Citizens For Modern Transit Recognizes “Champions Of Transit” At Its 34th Annual Meeting

As part of its 34th annual meeting, Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) recently celebrated the incredible efforts of several individuals for their exemplary commitment to championing transit in the St. Louis area. During the event, which was held last week, CMT presented awards to City of St. Louis Alderman Terry Kennedy, City of St. Louis… 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. Alex Whiteside Joins McCarthy as Business Development Manager  McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has expanded its St. Louis-based team with the appointment of Alex Whiteside as business development manager in the firm’s central region. In this role,… Keep Reading

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Missouri River Relief Hosting Large-Scale River Clean-up

Over 300 Volunteers are Expected to Help Clean-up the nation’s two longest rivers – the Missouri and Mississippi.” Missouri River Relief (MRR) is hosting a large-scale, community-wide, equipment-based trash clean-up of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers on Saturday, September 15th, 2018, mobilizing hundreds of volunteers from around the region. The event will be headquartered at… Keep Reading

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Ameren Missouri Completing $53 Million Reliability Upgrade to Bagnell Dam

The dam, which forms the popular recreational Lake of the Ozarks, provides renewable and reliable energy to the state Construction crews have poured the final yards of concrete and are completing finishing touches on Ameren Missouri’s $53 million reliability upgrade to the historic Bagnell Dam, a major source of clean energy for the state. The… Keep Reading

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Midas Hospitality Opens Hampton Inn by Hilton Sikeston

A Midas owned and operated Hampton Inn by Hilton recently opened at 1240 Commerce Dr. in Sikeston, MO.  The 57,000-square-foot four-story hotel cost $11 million. The 92-room hotel, located off Highway 60 and Interstate 55, is just minutes from historic downtown. Hampton Inn by Hilton Sikeston is the third tenant at the new 100-acre Cotton Ridge Development,… Keep Reading

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HDA Designing New Corporate Headquarters for ADB Companies

HDA is designing a new Corporate Headquarters for ADB Companies in Pacific, Missouri. The project will consist of a 36,852 square-foot office building and a 24,137 square-foot maintenance building. The project features an industrial interior design aesthetic with bold colorful accents that represent the company brand. Exposed ceilings, concrete floors, and wood accent walls are… 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. Michael Browning Joins Christner as Senior Designer Christner is pleased to announce the addition of Michael Browning, Assoc. AIA, LEED GA as a Senior Designer.  Michael’s experience will continue to build upon the… Keep Reading

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Landowner Awarded Punitive Damages, Attorney Fees Against Contractor, Utility Company

By JAMES R. KELLER Missouri’s Southern District Court of Appeals recently upheld a jury verdict and court judgment in favor of the landlord and against Carroll Electric Cooperative Corp. for $12,224 in actual damages, $75,000 in punitive damages and $59,456 in attorney’s fees. The appellate court also upheld a separate judgment for the same amount… Keep Reading

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