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Wiegmann Associates Completes Work for New Edison District Building in Overland Park

Wiegmann Associates has completed work on the new $48.5 million, 126,200-square-foot Edison District multi-use office building in Downtown Overland Park, KS. Wiegmann Associates was the mechanical contractor for the design/build project. Opus Group was the general contractor and architect. Wiegmann Associates furnished and installed a high-efficiency HVAC system for the five-story building shell. Wiegmann’s HVAC solution includes a Rooftop… Keep Reading

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Mason Contractors Association Announces 2020-21 Board Appointments

The Mason Contractors Association of St. Louis, chartered in March 1896 and one of St. Louis’ oldest trade organizations recently announced its slate of officers and other governing members for the upcoming term. Officers: President: Bradly C. Grant (Grant Contracting Co.) Vice President: Brian Smith (John J. Smith Company) Secretary: Brett Lampkin (Lampkin Masonry) Treasurer:… Keep Reading

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Home Builders Association Donates More than $11,000 to Marygrove

On behalf of the Home Builders Charitable Foundation (HBCF), HBA Executive Vice President Celeste Rueter (left) presented an $11,197 donation to Courtney Noto, director of development for Marygrove. The donation will be used to remove, repair and refinish industrial-grade metal cabinets in two of Marygrove’s residential treatment units – Aspen and Rosewood. Marygrove is dedicated to providing a… Keep Reading

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RFP Issued Public Art Installation At Maplewood Metrobus Stop

Artists interested in submitting their proposals as part of the “TRANSIT STOP TRANSFORMATION PROJECT” must do so by Feb. 7 to be considered  Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT), the regional transit advocacy organization, AARP in St. Louis and KaBOOM!, a national non-profit that partners with communities to expand play opportunities for kids, have issued a… Keep Reading

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SIOSH / SAFETYCON DAY

SIOSH / SAFETYCON Day is hosting on Monday, January 27, 2020 what is expected to be the largest safety conference to ever take place on the Illinois side of the river to raise awareness of the importance of safety in the workplace and on construction jobsites. Presentations will include: Trench Safety; Affirmative Employee Misconduct; Emergency… 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. Staffing Changes at N.B. West Contracting  New Hire – Kristen Westbrook-Tatum Kristen Westbrook-Tatum has been hired as N.B. West Contracting’s HR Director, bringing over a decade of HR experience to the team.  Prior… Keep Reading

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Donco, LLC Launches New Name and Brand

Company enters 2020 as Utilitra: Ultra Utility & Technology Solutions Provider  After announcing a name change in October of last year, Edwardsville-based firm Donco, LLC has officially renamed and rebranded their company. Complete with a new logo, website, and brand presence developed by consultant Jim Harper, Donco is entering 2020 as Utilitra (YOU-TILL-EH-TRA). The company… Keep Reading

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CREW St. Louis Appoints 2020 Officers & Directors

The St. Louis chapter of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) announced its executive officers and board directors for 2020. CREW-St. Louis officers for 2020, including their respective companies, are:  President, Tracy Howren, UMB Bank President Elect/CREW Network Delegate, Nancy Petersen, Enterprise Bank Immediate Past President, Michelle Yates, Lawrence Group CREW Network Delegate, Stacey Kamps, Koch Development Secretary, Angie Drumm, Carmody MacDonald Treasurer,… Keep Reading

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Green Street, SoLiS Building First Electrical Vehicle Charging Locations Along Market Street

By KERRY SMITH, EDITOR, ST. LOUIS CONSTRUCTION NEWS AND REVIEW MAGAZINE St. Louis-based SoLiS Mobility LLC and Green Street Construction broke ground this month on the company’s first electric vehicle (EV) charge-sharing locations near the intersection of Market Street and Jefferson Avenue. SoLiS President Luke Schuette said the $3.2 million, 5,411-square-foot project, being built by… Keep Reading

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