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Architects Association Objects to EPA Rule Reallowing Asbestos-Based Materials

By KERRY SMITH, Editor, St. Louis Construction News & Review Magazine The St. Louis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects supports its parent organization’s stance on a proposed US Environmental Protection Agency ruling. The ruling allows new asbestos products via manufacturing, processing and importing. Included in the types of materials identified as now allowable… Keep Reading

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KWK Architects Designs Flexible Student Gathering Space at Midland University in Nebraska

Students returning to Midland University in Nebraska following summer break will be able to re-connect, grow and build lifelong relationships at the university’s modern, new Eikmeier Commons in the Olson Student Center. Described by donors as a “kitchen table” for the campus, Eikmeier Commons marks the final stage of the Olson Student Center’s $1.5 million… Keep Reading

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Ground To Be Broken On Hubbell-Killark Facility At Fenton Logistics Park

With the addition of this new $18 million facility, a total of 240,000 square feet is currently under development at the site of the Former Chrysler Plant in Fenton, Mo. Participants will include representatives from Hubbell-Killark and KP Development, the City of Fenton and the Fenton Chamber of Commerce, members of the project team and other invited guests… Keep Reading

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Home Builders Association Donates $15,000 to Youth In Need

On behalf of the Home Builders Charitable Foundation (HBCF), 2018 HBA President Dale Black of CMS Homes (left) presented a $15,000 donation to Rob Muschany, chief development officer of Youth In Need. The donation will be used to install an HVAC system and electric to a detached garage that is being converted to a multi-purpose room at Youth In Need’s… Keep Reading

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BSA Lifestructures Welcomes New Engineering Leadership to St. Louis Office

BSA LifeStructures (BSA), a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm, announced today that it is expanding its leadership team, hiring Theodore (Ted) L. Zemper, PE, LEED AP, as director of engineering for their St. Louis office. “Since joining the St. Louis office of BSA, Ted has demonstrated a strong initiative in leading our engineering group… Keep Reading

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Maryland Heights Establishes New Economic Development Program, Names Jim Carver Program Manager

The City of Maryland Heights has established a new economic development program to enhance the City’s vibrant business base and has named Jim Carver as Economic Development Program Manager to lead the initiative.  Carver has served as Chairman of the Maryland Heights Economic Development Commission since its inception in 2011.  The new Economic Development Program is… 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. Great Rivers Greenway Welcomes Three New Team Members Great Rivers Greenway is pleased to welcome three new staff members to its team of professionals. Michelle Bock, of Frontenac, has joined as Chief Operating… Keep Reading

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SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital & SLUCare Physician Group Top Out $550 Million Academic Medical Center

New facility on schedule to open on September 1, 2020 Today, the steel structure of the new $550 million SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital reached new heights after the final steel beam was raised to finish the hospital tower. The 31-foot-long steel beam received thousands of signatures from staff of SSM Health SLU Hospital… Keep Reading

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HDA Architects Completes Corporate HQ for 7G Distributing in Davenport, Iowa

HDA Architects has completed a new 112,000-square-foot corporate headquarters and distribution center for 7G Distributing in Davenport, Iowa.7G’s brand played an important role in the overall exterior and interior design of the project with red accented walls, exposed ceilings, history walls and a large scaled company logo painted on two sides of the building. The facility… Keep Reading

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22nd Annual McCarthy Charity Softball Tournament Raises $6,500 for St. Louis Organizations

Sixteen local architecture and engineering firms compete in tournament and five teams vie for ‘master griller’ title. A co-ed softball tournament and grilling competition hosted by McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has raised $6,500 for three local charities. Sixteen local architecture and engineering firms competed in the 22nd annual tournament, which took place August 4 at… Keep Reading

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