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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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Midas Hospitality Opens Dual-Branded Marriott Hotel in Missouri

While Midas Hospitality has multiple hotels in 14 states throughout the country, the latest property – its 15th in Missouri – was built practically in its very own backyard. The dual-branded Residence Inn and Courtyard by Marriott will open its doors Oct. 26 at 12815 Daylight Dr. in West County.  The four-story, 136,000-square foot hotel is located… Keep Reading

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S. M. Wilson President Amy Berg Joins Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis’ Industry Council and Wyman Center Board of Trustees

S. M. Wilson & Co., President, Amy Berg, has been named to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis’ Industry Council and the Wyman Center Board of Trustees. As President and member of S. M. Wilson’s Executive Committee and Executive Planning Committee, Berg guides and manages the company and assists in determining the future direction… Keep Reading

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Metro Construction Career Expo To Provide Students With A Hands-On Look At Careers In The Construction Trades And The Associated Benefits

With thousands of skilled workers in the construction trades set to retire this decade, more and more opportunities are arising for today’s youth to take advantage of the promising future this industry can have for them. The Southern Illinois Builders Association (SIBA) and the Southern Illinois Construction Advancement Program (SICAP) are hosting the 20th Annual… Keep Reading

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IWR North America Completes Work on the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Arch Visitor Center

Local specialty contractor installs decorative metal package for historic landmark IWR North America, one of the longest-standing specialty contractors in the United States that focuses on being a true building enclosure partner, recently completed work on the $380 million renovation of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Arch Visitor Center. IWR started work on the project… Keep Reading

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Electrical Workers Local 1 Promote Construction Careers as Higher Education

Coming to a high school near you – a fresh look at careers in the construction industry, one that positions training as higher education.  The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1 is engaging students throughout the region on the growing complexities of the electrical and communications industry that shape the higher education at the IBEW/NECA Electrical… Keep Reading

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KWK Architects: Student Housing Safety Incorporates Sophisticated Technology, Traditional Design Elements

When designing or renovating a student housing facility, square footage, number of occupants and budget are often top design considerations. Designing for student safety ranks even higher, say the experts at KWK Architects. “Protecting students from intruders and dangerous individuals is always top of mind, and frequently discussed during the design process for any student… Keep Reading

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