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McCarthy Building Companies Begins Construction on New Johnson Controls $150 Million Engineering & Test Facility

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. recently started work on a $150 million Johnson Controls Applied Development and Engineering Center in Hopewell Township, near York, Pennsylvania. The center will consolidate testing facilities spread out over Johnson Controls’ existing campus, located 15 miles north in York, into a new state-of-the-art facility. The project is a joint venture between… Keep Reading

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Mountain Resort-Style Living Coming To Wildwood

Limited number of energy-efficient rustic timber frame homes available Wildwood will soon be home to a unique living experience unlike any other in the St Louis area. The Timbers at Fox Mountain, a new home development spearheaded by custom home builder Hibbs Homes, will offer mountain resort-style timber homes in the heart of Meramec Valley,… Keep Reading

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Manchester Hackett & Associates Celebrates 45th Year in Business

Manchester Hackett & Associates, Inc. is happy to announce their 45th anniversary.  The company was started in 1971 as David Hackett & Associates and became incorporated in 1976.  In 2004, the name was changed to Manchester Hackett & Associates, Inc. to reflect the additional ownership by Rich Manchester.  The company is now owned by Rich,… Keep Reading

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Ross & Baruzzini Announces New President

Ross & Baruzzini, an international design and consulting firm, recently announced the appointment of William H. Overturf, III as its new president. Former company president, Craig Toder, will remain active in day-to-day operations as chairman of the board. Overturf becomes the third president in Ross & Baruzzini’s 63-year history. He has been with the firm… 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. Steve Baker Joins Haberberger as VP of Plumbing Haberberger is pleased to announce the addition of Steve Baker, of O’Fallon, Mo., to the Affton-based mechanical contracting firm as Vice President of Plumbing.… 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. Christine Goodman Rejoins Professional Installers, Inc as Sr. Project Manager. Christine previously worked for PI from 2000-2004. Christine recently returned to manage projects for our large national accounts. In addition to her… Keep Reading

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The Korte Company Begins Construction on $19.5 Million Project at Oak Ridge (TN) Unanium Processing Facility

The Korte Company has begun construction at the Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The $19.5 Million Design-Build project includes the design and construction of a Construction Support Building (CSB) at the facility. The three-story, 64,000 square foot building includes a centrally located main lobby with access to the… Keep Reading

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Missouri Public Agencies Now Have Option for a Faster, Less Expensive, Quality Construction Process

Design-Build Bill Becomes Law in Missouri   For two decades, countless lawmakers, municipal and county officials, and engineering and construction professionals have worked behind the scenes to enact legislation that would allow local Missouri public agencies to use the design-build construction process for everything from roads and bridges to water and wastewater infrastructure. This week,… Keep Reading

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The Korte Company Begins $6 Million Renovation Project At Edmond Readiness Center

Originally constructed in 1971 as an armory and indoor firing range, the Edmond (Oklahoma) Readiness Center project’s scope of work includes a comprehensive interior renovation of the existing 28,000 square foot facility. Currently, the facility serves as the battalion headquarters for the Oklahoma Army National Guard 1st Battalion, 179th Regiment. The interior space plan maximizes… Keep Reading

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IMPACT Strategies Awarded Contract to Build New Public Safety Facility for the City of Edwardsville

Construction-management firm IMPACT Strategies announced it has been awarded a $12 million contract to build a 51,000-square-foot public safety facility for the City of Edwardsville. The project officially kicked-off at a groundbreaking event held Saturday at the building’s site located at 333 South Main Street. The new facility will be directly adjacent to the new… Keep Reading

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