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Northwest R1 School District Unveils New Scoreboard Donated by the Electrical Connection

There was a little added excitement to “Friday Night Lights” on August 26, 2016 in the Northwest R1 School District as the high school unveiled a brand new digital scoreboard made possible through donations from the Electrical Connection and other district partnerships.   The scoreboard includes a state-of-the-art video screen and was installed by Piros Signs,… Keep Reading

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Echelon Constructors Completes $2 Million Flagship Store for Big Shark Bike in Richmond Heights

Big Shark Bike has opened a new store at 1155 S. Big Bend Blvd. in Richmond Heights on a site that had been vacant since 2011 following the demise of well-known music system/home theatre retailer, Hi-Fi-Fo-Fum. Overseeing the $2 million project was Maryland Heights, Mo.-based Echelon Constructors. Echelon initially sourced the location for Big Shark,… Keep Reading

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Sampson Hall at Stephens College

In conjunction with the College’s 183rd birthday, Stephens College in Columbia is celebrating the grand opening of the Center for Health Sciences. The four-level, 1940s Sampson Hall has been renovated and expanded into a 23,500 SF state-of-the-art home for their new Physician Assistant Studies program. The renovation, led by Mackey Mitchell Architects with HERA laboratory… Keep Reading

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Legacy Building Group to Move to Westport

William and Joan Halliburton recently sold its more than 28,000-square-foot building at 2030 Altom Ct. for $1,550,000.  The two-level 20-year-old building, which has a 63 car parking lot, will be the new home of Legacy Building Group.  It previously was the home to a reconditioned telephone product’s company. Legacy Building Group, which specializes in the design/build market,… 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. Darrell Fielder joins McGrath as Field Safety Supervisor Darrell Fielder of Augusta, MO, has joined McGrath & Associates as field safety supervisor. Fielder has five years of experience in the construction industry… Keep Reading

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True Sales Support

By Tom Woodcock I understand sales personnel need to be as accurate as possible before moving transactions to sales support. The better the information on the front end, the better the support effort on the back. With that being said, true sales support is tough to find. The sales process may vary from company to… Keep Reading

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The Sun Does Not Shine on Homeowner’s Solar Panels

By James R. Keller After three trials and one appeal, a homeowner must remove part of its solar panel system, because the homeowners’ association did not approve it, and pay up to $56,000 in attorney fees to the association. The case is The Lake at Twelve Oaks Home Association, Inc. v. Hausman, 2016 WL 1579124… Keep Reading

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Are You and Your Company Suffering from Data Overload?

By Joe Balsarotti The amount of data on the Internet is staggering. Back in 2011, USC researchers estimated humans had already stored 295 billion gigabytes, and here I am adding to the total with this column. Here in 2016, tweets rack up at a rate of about 6000 every second. While I write this, there… Keep Reading

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St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 NAWIC Installation of 2016-2017 Board of Directors

On September 22, 2016, The St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 of The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) will hold the Chapter’s fifty-sixth Installation of Officers and Directors at Spiro’s Restaurant, Chesterfield, Missouri. The 2016-2017 St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 NAWIC Board of Directors is comprised of President Sandra Carter, CIT, Bartch Roofing, Inc.,… Keep Reading

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