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OSHA: Biggest Risk Factor For Heat Deaths In The Workplace Is The Absence Of Acclimatization Programs

The most common problem identified in heat-related deaths and illness of workers is the lack of a heat prevention and acclimatization programs by their employer, according to federal safety investigators from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. With temperatures soaring well into the 90s and the 100s, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, is reminding employers to  protect… Keep Reading

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St. Louis Building Some of Nation’s Smallest Apartments

Developers are shrinking the size of new apartments to accommodate the increasing demand for urban living. Research by RENTCafe has found that the average size of newly-built apartments fell eight percent in the last decade. In buildings with at least 50 units across the nation, the average size of new apartments – those completed in 2016 – is only… Keep Reading

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Roofing Company Goes Back to its Roots

St. Louis-based RSS Roofing Services & Solutions has officially opened its new location in Evansville, IN. The 7,500-square-foot facility is located at 4117 N. Saint Joseph Avenue, with a 1.3-acre lot size capable of housing a large volume of project materials. Recently, the skilled workforce in the area completed a single ply reroof on more than 3 million square… Keep Reading

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Mosby Building Arts Wins National Chrysalis Award

Mosby Building Arts has been honored with a National Chrysalis Awards in the Basement Remodeling category. The St. Louis remodeling design build firm has previously won a dozen Regional Chrysalis titles, with this being their first National trophy. The award-winning project is two art studios in a Ladue, MO finished basement. Grandkids have their appropriately-sized… Keep Reading

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S. M. WILSON’S SWINGING FORE DREAMS 2016 GOLF TOURNAMENT RAISES $20,000 FOR THE DREAM FACTORY OF ST. LOUIS

St. Louis, Mo., June 20, 2016 – The 10th Annual Swinging Fore Dreams Golf Tournament sponsored by S. M. Wilson & Co. raised $20,000 for The Dream Factory of St. Louis on May 16, 2016 at Glen Echo Country Club.  More than 50 construction-related companies and organizations supported the event, which helps children with critical… Keep Reading

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Ross & Baruzzini Acquires Mitchell Planning Associates

Ross & Baruzzini, an international engineering and architectural firm, announces the acquisition of Mitchell Planning Associates, the nation’s leading provider of medical equipment planning. Headquartered in Northbrook, Illinois, Mitchell offers a diverse and comprehensive portfolio of medical equipment planning, procurement, installation and relocation services throughout the United States and abroad and has planned and implemented… 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. KAI Design & Build hires Jeremy Lammers as Senior Project Manger Jeremy Lammers recently joined KAI Design & Build as a Senior Project Manager. Lammers has more than 12 years of experience… Keep Reading

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Wiegmann Associates Begins HVAC Project for RMC Distributing Company’s Refrigerated Beer Warehouse

St. Louis-based Wiegmann Associates has begun work on a design/build HVAC project for RMC Distributing Company’s 148,000-square-foot refrigerated beer warehouse in Colorado Springs. The project includes a complete HVAC retrofit and office expansion. Wiegmann is the Engineer of Record and HVAC Construction Manager for the project, which is scheduled for completion in December 2016. The… Keep Reading

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SITE Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Gala at Busch Stadium

More than 330 members, guests and friends of the SITE Improvement Association joined in celebrating the group’s 50th anniversary recently at Busch Stadium.  Participants enjoyed cocktails and appetizers on the track surrounding the ballfield; a place many don’t often get to visit. And then were treated to dinner in the Redbird Club’s air conditioned spaces.… Keep Reading

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