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Area Residents Gather to Celebrate the Reopening of the Renovated St. Louis Riverfront

Event included a 2,016-foot-long community picnic table, food trucks, entertainment and fireworks display,  kicking off a season of events for residents and tourists.  Great Rivers Greenway, the City of St. Louis, CityArchRiver Foundation and other partners gathered yesterday evening with people from all across the region to celebrate the transformation of the St. Louis riverfront.… Keep Reading

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Rules of Engagement….How Competitors Collaborate

By Stephanie Woodcock The two largest wall and ceiling contractors in St. Louis, Niehaus Building Services and TJ Wies Contracting, team up on the BJC Campus Renewal Project, a 558,000-square-foot, 12-story expansion of Barnes-Jewish Hospital and 222,000-square-foot, 12-story expansion of St. Louis Children’s Hospital. This complex project demanded new ways of working together from the… Keep Reading

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Amazon to Open Two Fulfillment Centers in Edwardsville, Illinois, to Employ 1,000 Full-Time Workers

Amazon.com, Inc., announced plans to open two fulfillment centers in Edwardsville, Illinois, and create more than 1,000 full-time jobs between the facilities when they open. The company also recently announced plans for a new fulfillment center in Joliet, Illinois, and the creation of 2,000 full-time jobs. Amazon has an existing fulfillment center in Joliet where… Keep Reading

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Local Lighting Designer Featured in National Healthcare Magazine

Tom Kaczkowski, director of lighting design at HOK in St. Louis, figures prominently in a May 31 Healthcare Designfeature on lighting. Kacskowki noted that lighting technology has reached a “tipping point” where “every lighting system” in healthcare can use LEDs. He noted that lighting manufacturers have embraced the technology for a wide variety of uses, and… Keep Reading

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Deadline To Be Extended To June 30 For Maryland Park Lake District Redevelopment Proposal Submissions

The City of Maryland Heights will extend its submission deadline for receipt of proposals from parties interested in developing an approximately 1,800-acre area located along the Maryland Heights Expressway known as the Maryland Park Lake District (MPLD) to June 30, 2016, at 4:00 p.m. “Due to a recently proposed ice sports complex development to be… Keep Reading

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Nine Young Women Now College Engineering Majors After Completing Cor Jesu Academy’s Summer Engineering Experience

2016 Program Starts June 6 With 16 New Juniors and Seniors A partnership between Cor Jesu Academy and local corporate partners that provides real world experiences in a variety of engineering disciplines to high school girls will start its third annual session on June 6 after leading nine previous participants to major in engineering in… Keep Reading

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New Liability for Contractors?

As the effects of a recent ruling from the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals work their way through the industry, owners of construction companies may be in for a surprise when they try to sell or value their business, said John Moellering, a construction law expert at Lewis Rice LLC. Owners may find they… 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. Bryan Herberg Joins McGrath As Project Engineer/Estimator Bryan Herberg of Kirkwood, MO, has joined McGrath & Associates as a project engineer/estimator responsible for estimating, project scope development, subcontractor coordination and scheduling. Herberg… Keep Reading

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RSS Honored with Perfection Award from Carlisle SynTec Systems

Local Roofing Contractor Acknowledged for Exceptional Installation Quality Carlisle SynTec Systems, a leading manufacturer of single-ply roofing materials for more than 50 years, recently honored RSS Roofing Services & Solutions with its 2016 Perfection Award. Each year, Carlisle presents this award to a small percentage of its top contractors, which are selected based on a history of exceptional… Keep Reading

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Carpenters Back Carnahan for Lieutenant Governor

The Missouri Carpenters Union is supporting former U.S. Representative Russ Carnahan in his bid to become lieutenant governor. “Our more than 22,000 members have been working tirelessly to fight back against “right to work” and other attempts to erode the gains we have battled so long to win,” Al Bond, the Carpenters’ executive secretary-treasurer, said. … Keep Reading

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