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Mosby Kicks Off 4th Annual Stuff the Truck Toy & Food Event

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From now until December 9th, Mosby Building Artslooks to the community to help collect new, unwrapped toys and nonperishable food items to donate to Friends of Kids with Cancer and St. Louis Area Foodbank.

**For a fourth year, Mosby strives to collect 1,000 toys and nonperishable items (or more!)** to split evenly between two organizations that provide relief for distressed children and their families. A Stuff the Truck drop-off box is located in the Mosby lobby at 645 Leffingwell Ave in Kirkwood, MO.  Every toy or item donated will be given a raffle ticket to be entered to win a $100 Visa gift card.

Join us at the Stuff the Truck celebration at Mosby on December 9, 2017 from 10am – 2pm. This festive and family-friendly event includes:

▪ A complimentary digital photo with Santa Claus with a toy or food donation.
▪ The Sweet Divine sweets truck & New York Tom’s Foodtruck. (
▪ Live radio broadcasts from Scott Mosby with KMOX and Rich Oris with 97.1FM.

Mosby Building Arts invites you to celebrate the spirit of giving this holiday season, and in the coming year.

Let’s make a positive difference in the lives of children!

Mosby Building Arts is a 2017 Top Workplace

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Independent survey of the St. Louis remodeling firm’s employees places them on the list of top small businesses

Mosby Building Arts, a St. Louis residential remodeling design-build firm, has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, in the Small Business category.

“We remodel homes, but first we build relationships with our clients and our team,” said Mark McClanahan, Mosby Building Arts president. “As a second-generation family-owned business, the concept of a work family is instinctive for us. We have many families who work here – fathers and mothers proud to bring their children on board because our mission is to make a positive difference in people’s lives every day. We are honored that the honest opinions of Mosby associates earned us a spot as a Top Workplace.”

McClanahan’s comment about the employees’ “honest opinions” is a key point highlighted by Workplace Dynamics’ Doug Claffey, CEO of the independent research firm that conducted the survey for the Post-Dispatch.

Claffey says, “The Top Workplaces award is not a popularity contest. And oftentimes, people assume it’s all about fancy perks and benefits. But to be a Top Workplace, organizations must meet our strict standards for organizational health. And who better to ask about work life than the people who live the culture every day—the employees. Time and time again, our research has proven that what’s most important to them is a strong belief in where the organization is headed, how it’s going to get there, and the feeling that everyone is in it together. Without this sense of connection, an organization doesn’t have a shot at being named a Top Workplace.”

Mosby is especially pleased to be named a 2017 Top Workplace because this is also their 70th anniversary of improving St. Louis homes. Started by Sam Mosby in 1947, the company is now owned by his son, Scott Mosby and his wife, Judy. “I learned from my father that happy employees make happy clients,” says Scott. “Our team becomes like an extended family for our clients; it’s the compliment we hear most from them. That, and how much they and the family dog will miss seeing them every day because the project is completed. Our company culture of friendship and teamwork is contagious, and produces wow results everyone can be proud of.”

Read this article on-line with photo, links and video: http://mosbybuildingarts.com/mosby-building-arts-2017-top-workplace/

Mosby Building Arts has been the trusted resource for home remodeling, design and architecture in Metro St. Louis for 70 years. 

Mosby Building Arts Wins 1 Chrysalis & 2 HBA Awards

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Multiple honors for the universal design and marketing efforts of the St. Louis design-build remodeling firm 

Mosby Building Arts has been honored with a national Chrysalis Award in the Residential Universal Design category, plus two awards from the Home Builders’ Association (HBA) of St. Louis for home remodeling marketing campaigns.

  • Chrysalis Award for Residential Universal Design
    The Chrysalis Award-winning project is a Kirkwood, MO master bathroom that easily accommodates the wife and her husband in a wheelchair. This nod marks the second time Mosby has won in the Residential Universal Design category (see the previous winner – an accessible kitchen), and underscores the remodeling firm’s commitment to making life easier for everyone of all capabilities.

Jake Spurgeon, the Mosby designer of the accessible bathroom, said, “We made the couple so happy with a handsome bathroom that caters to all of their needs and desires. To also earn a Chrysalis Award for our efforts is a nice bonus. We thank the Chrysalis Award judges for once again recognizing our accessibility remodeling efforts.”

See more photos of the award-winning accessible bathroom.

Continuing to set new standards of professionalism, the 2017 Chrysalis Awards program honored 80 remodeling companies from across the nation. The entries were judged on overall design, the creative use of space and materials, and the degree to which the project enhance the original structure. “Mosby has won 12 Chrysalis Awards in the past 16 years, demonstrating their ongoing commitment to professionalism and excellence,” says Ken Kanline, director of the Chrysalis program. All of the 2017 award-winning projects can be seen on the Chrysalis website beginning in late June.

  • Best Print Ad , Remodeler: St. Louis Blues 50thAnniversary Yearbook
  • Best Specialty Niche, Remodeler: Biliken Club elevator at Chaifetz Arena (pictured above)

Mosby Building Arts has been the trusted resource for home remodeling, design and architecture in Metro St. Louis for 70 years. 

It’s Been a Good Awards Season for Mosby Building Arts

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A recap of the honors the St. Louis remodeling firm has earned in the first quarter of 2017

From the Golden Globes to the Oscars, the first part of every year is award season. St. Louis remodeling firm Mosby Building Arts was thrilled to experience their own award season, earning several recognitions from local and national organizations.

  • 5 Houzz Badges

Every year, Houzz delivers Service badges to industry professionals who are rated at the highest level of client satisfaction. The Houzz Design badge denotes project portfolios voted most popular by the Houzz community. 2017 Mosby’s 2017 Houzz badges are:

  • Mosby Building Arts for Customer Service and Design
  • Designer Jill Worobec for Customer Service and Design
  • Marketing Coordinator Toby Weiss for Design Photography of Mosby projects
  • A Specialty Room Finalist – St. Louis At Home Architecture & Design Award

A set of art studios for the grandparents and their grandchildren in a Creve Couer, MO finished basement were selected by the national judges for St. Louis At Home’s 2017 Architecture & Design Awards as a finalist in the Specialty Room category. See photos of the charming and productive art studios.

  • A Best Kitchen Design Firm – Ladue News Platinum List

The readers of Ladue News once again ranked Mosby one of the Best Kitchen Design Firms in St. Louis on their annual Platinum List, an on-line readers poll.

Mosby Building Arts has been the trusted resource for home remodeling, design and architecture in Metro St. Louis for 70 years.

Mosby Project Manager on the 2016 Women In Construction List

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Jill Huckelberry of Mosby Building Arts is acknowledged for her contributions by Constructech Magazine

Jill Huckelberry, a Project Manager for Mosby Building Arts, has been placed on the list of 2016 Women In Construction by Constructech Magazine.

Jill Huckelberry, who has been with the St. Louis remodeling firm for 12 years, earned her spot on the list because of her construction management achievements. Says Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Constructech, “Jill is one of the women in the construction industry with willingness to take challenges head on, and have raised the bar significantly on what women can achieve in construction.”

Huckelberry is having a good year; along with this Women in Construction honor, one of her remodeling projects recently won a national Chrysalis Award in the Basement Remodeling category. See photos of this award-winning project.

Mosby Building Arts has been the trusted resource for home remodeling, design, architecture and repair in Metro St. Louis for 68 years. As a family-owned business, Scott Mosby and his team have been recognized nationally and locally for high standards of customer service and business ethics. Learn more at www.CallMosby.com.

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