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Flooring Industry Council of Greater St. Louis Donates to St. Louis Community Foundation Covid-19 Response Relief

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The Flooring Industry Council of Greater St. Louis (FIC) donates to the St. Louis Community Foundation Covid-19 Regional Response Fund to support regional nonprofits that are serving local communities disproportionately affected by the coronavirus crisis and its economic fallout. Taking action, the FIC also sent PPE to company members to share with their employees in

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IBEW Local 1 Business Manager Frank Jacobs Named to Economic Rescue Steering Committee

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IBEW Local 1 Business Manager Frank Jacobs has been appointed to serve with local business and civic leadership on a St. Louis County economic rescue steering committee.  Jacobs represents more than 5,000 highly skilled IBEW electricians and communication technicians who install and maintain critical power and communications infrastructure as well as rapidly evolving technology shaping the

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Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis Completes Leadership Transition

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Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis (TRRA) is embarking on a new chapter under new President Ron Tindall, while the legacy of predecessor Mike McCarthy will have a lasting impact on the organization and the bi-state St. Louis region. TRRA Chief Legal Officer and Director of Corporate Affairs Asim Raza stated that McCarthy’s seven years

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SCCTD Celebrates the Opening of the Newest Segment of its Evolving Metrobikelink System

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The new, 3.5-mile Fairview Heights Trail further extends the MetroBikeLink, offering residents access to a total of 14 miles of continuous paved trails adjacent to the MetroLink System The St. Clair County Transit District (SCCTD) today announced the expansion of its MetroBikeLink System via a virtual opening for the Fairview Heights Trail. This new, 3.5-mile paved

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Citizens for Modern Transit Teams up with Mission: St. Louis to Increase Access to Jobs in the St. Louis Market

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To positively impact and strengthen St. Louis’ workforce, Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) has announced a new collaboration with Mission: St. Louis that will offer participants a chance to try transit for free. The opportunity is made possible through CMT’s Try & Ride program, which provides riders who are new to MetroBus or MetroLink with

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Commercial Construction Generally on Schedule in Southern Illinois In Spite of COVID-19 Because of Safety Programs and Procedures

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Because of enhanced personal safety programs and procedures, most commercial construction projects in Southern Illinois generally are progressing on schedule during the pandemic, according to Donna Richter, chief executive officer of the Southern Illinois Builders Association and the Southern Illinois Construction Advancement Program. State and federal guidelines both consider construction work as “essential” during the

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St. Louis Women’s Real Estate Org Survey Reflects Impact of COVID-19

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By KERRY SMITH, EDITOR, ST. LOUIS CONSTRUCTION NEWS AND REVIEW MAGAZINE A five-question survey completed by 30 CREW-St. Louis (Commercial Real Estate Women) members in late April reflects the impact that COVID-19 has had on members’ day-to-day business. A regional chapter of a national organization, CREW-St. Louis’ membership includes 200 female professionals connected to the

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Port Collaboration Is Key To Growing Business On The Inland Waterways

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Second virtual session of FreightWeekSTL 2020 spotlights how individual ports and industry are working together  FreightWeekSTL continued on May 19 with an engaging panel discussion featuring the directors of four ports in the bi-state St. Louis region and Kansas City, Mo., who enthusiastically affirmed it is their ability to work together and with various other entities that is

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The USGBC–Missouri Gateway Chapter Announces the Winners of Its 7th Annual Green Schools Quest

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Students recognized for their wide-ranging efforts to create a more sustainable St. Louis region Recently the U.S. Green Building Council–Missouri Gateway Chapter (USGBC-MGC) announces the winners of its 2019–2020 Green Schools Quest. The chapter also wishes to recognize all 2,000 students, representing 68 St. Louis-area schools, who worked on Green Schools Quest projects from October

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AGC Succeeds in Securing New Paycheck Protection Program Guidance from Treasury Department

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The Treasury Department’s new Paycheck Protection Program guidance offers the kind of information we have been seeking to provide many employers with additional clarity on how to proceed with their loans. Importantly, the Department has opted to provide a safe harbor provision for firms that self-certified their need for loans that totaled less than $2 million.

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