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Southern Illinois Construction Advancement Program Donation To Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville

The Southern Illinois Construction Advancement Program and Southern Illinois Builders Association recently donated $17,000 to the Department of Construction at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Items that will be purchased with this donation include: concrete testing apparatus and testing certification materials; materials and methods laboratory equipment to productively use their laboratory space to provide students… Keep Reading

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St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 NAWIC Installation of 2017-2018 Board of Directors

The St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 of The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) held the Chapter’s fifty-seventh Installation of Officers and Directors at The Lodge at Grant’s Trail, St. Louis, MO. The 2017-2018 St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 NAWIC Board of Directors is comprised of: President Stephanie Anderson, Acme Constructors, Inc. Vice President… Keep Reading

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Washington University Recreation Center Wins Architecture Award

Washington University’s Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center has been awarded a Special Citation in the 2017 American School & University Architectural Portfolio—the premier showcase celebrating the best in education design. The 120,900 SF Recreation Center was designed by the team of Hastings+Chivetta Architects (Associate Architect) and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (Architect of Record). The Recreation Center… Keep Reading

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Construction Underway on New $5 Million Fresh Thyme Store in St. Peters, MO

Construction is underway of a new $5 million Fresh Thyme store in St. Peters, Missouri, with Knoebel Construction serving as the general contractor. The 28,720-square-foot store is scheduled for completion Winter 2018. The developer is InSite Real Estate and the architect is NORR. The construction project consists of precast concrete and custom interior finishes, and will be completed within a condensed schedule. Fresh Thyme will… Keep Reading

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Quiet, Dignified, ADA Compliant Lifts Ideal For Multilevel Shopping Centers and Plazas

Compact wheelchair lifts allow mezzanine and second floor accessfor those with mobility challenges For managers of high-end shopping centers tasked with meeting the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), offering full access to all elevated areas can be quite a challenge. Often the shopping centers consist of storefronts, restaurants and entertainment venues on various floors and… Keep Reading

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Wiegmann Associates completes HVAC renovations and upgrades at Parkway North High School in St. Louis

Wiegmann Associates has completed an HVAC renovation and upgrade project at Parkway North High School in St. Louis, MO. The work was part of a $13 million program for improvements at Parkway North High School. The general contractor is ICS Construction Services. The HVAC project included demolition and installation of new energy efficient HVAC equipment,… Keep Reading

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Kirby-Smith Machinery Donates $30,000 To Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc. announced today its commitment to contribute a total of $30,000 to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The multi-state equipment distributor donated $20,000 to the American Red Cross through Komatsu America Corp. and $10,000 to Strike, LLC. to support The Woodlands, Texas-based company with their relief work in the Houston area as they… Keep Reading

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Western Specialty Contractors Restores Masonry Facade/Concrete Parking Structure at High-Rise Apartment Building

Glen Oak Towers is a housing building in Peoria, IL that gives preference to seniors, veterans and people with disabilities. Originally constructed in 1954, the 15-story masonry structure and its attached 40-space parking garage were showing signs of deterioration and corrosion of the concrete surfaces, as well as weathering from salts and deicers brought into… Keep Reading

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