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The Sun Does Not Shine on Homeowner’s Solar Panels

By James R. Keller After three trials and one appeal, a homeowner must remove part of its solar panel system, because the homeowners’ association did not approve it, and pay up to $56,000 in attorney fees to the association. The case is The Lake at Twelve Oaks Home Association, Inc. v. Hausman, 2016 WL 1579124… Keep Reading

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Are You and Your Company Suffering from Data Overload?

By Joe Balsarotti The amount of data on the Internet is staggering. Back in 2011, USC researchers estimated humans had already stored 295 billion gigabytes, and here I am adding to the total with this column. Here in 2016, tweets rack up at a rate of about 6000 every second. While I write this, there… Keep Reading

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St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 NAWIC Installation of 2016-2017 Board of Directors

On September 22, 2016, The St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 of The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) will hold the Chapter’s fifty-sixth Installation of Officers and Directors at Spiro’s Restaurant, Chesterfield, Missouri. The 2016-2017 St. Louis Missouri Chapter 38 NAWIC Board of Directors is comprised of President Sandra Carter, CIT, Bartch Roofing, Inc.,… Keep Reading

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Great Rivers Greenway & The City Of Webster Groves Hosting Open House to Showcase Plans for Deer Creek Greenway Expansion

Great Rivers Greenway and the City of Webster Groves are hosting a community open house on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016, to share details about a planned 1.5-mile expansion of the Deer Creek Greenway, from Deer Creek Park to Lorraine Davis Park, in Webster Groves. The open house will be held at Webster Groves City Hall… Keep Reading

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Construction Continues Upward Trend in St. Louis

Both residential and nonresidential construction in metro St. Louis are registering double digit increases over a year ago. Dodge Data & Analytics on Thursday reported July construction starts in the metropolitan statistical area of St. Louis, consisting of Bond, Calhoun, Clinton, Crawford, Franklin, Jefferson, Jersey, Lincoln, Macoupin, Madison, Monroe, St Charles, St Clair, St Louis,… Keep Reading

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New LCPtracker Solution for Certified Payroll

LCPtracker, a leading provider for prevailing wage compliance and workforce reporting, announced release of an optimized LCPcertified public works payroll reporting solution to enable companies small and large to submit certified payroll reports (CPRs) cleanly and accurately to any requesting body. LCPcertified is now available in three distinct packages: LCPcertified Basic LCPcertified Plus LCPcertified Professional… Keep Reading

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Mosby Project Manager on the 2016 Women In Construction List

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… Keep Reading

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These Vapors Aren’t Water

Mention “vapor barrier” and many people are like to think of “moisture barrier,” something to keep water vapor out of wall cavities and prevent the growth of mold. That’s not what Wes Robb has in mind. For Robb, director of technical strategies and applications at Vapor Mitigation Strategies, a vapor barrier is something that keeps… Keep Reading

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SP Enterprises & Quick Supply Co. Expands Family Business with Purchase of Bowman Construction Supply

Quick Supply Co./A.S.P. Enterprises announced that it has acquired the assets of Bowman Construction Supply, Inc., a leading supplier of specialty building materials headquartered in Denver, CO.  Bowman has strong relationships with over 40 manufacturers and offers thousands of unique products to help owners and design professionals evaluate material options and select the appropriate products… Keep Reading

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Asphalt Conference Nov. 29-30 at Missouri S&T

The 59th annual Asphalt Conference will be held Nov. 29-30 at Missouri University of Science and Technology. Registration is $130 per person and is available online at asphalt.mst.edu. Conference presentations will include intelligent compaction projects; basics of plant operation; lift thickness and nominal maximum size of aggregate issues; benefits of increased density; Missouri Department of… Keep Reading

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