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AAIPharma / Cambridge Major Laboratories to Invest $10.7M in New Facility at Cortex Innovation Center in St. Louis, MO

AAIPharma Services Corp./Cambridge Major Laboratories, Inc. (AAI/CML), a leading provider of custom manufacturing and development services for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, announced this week the planned investment of at least $10.7 Million to relocate its St. Louis, MO analytical testing facility to the Cortex Innovation Center. The new facility is a response to increased… Keep Reading

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City of O’Fallon, Mo., Selects McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. For Its New Justice Center

Following a diligent selection process, the City of O’Fallon, Mo., has retained McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. to serve as construction manager for the city’s new Justice Center. In this role, McCarthy will function as the City’s agent for the preconstruction and construction phases of the 80,000+ square-foot facility. To be located on Bryan Road, south… Keep Reading

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SLCCC To Award Construction Industry Best Practices, Diversity & Inclusion At Gala

The St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers (SLCCC) will honor award winners for construction industry best practices and for diversity and inclusion at a Gala Reception and Dinner on Monday, March 7 at Bissingers in St. Louis.  The organization will also celebrate the 45th anniversary of the organization. The Best Practice awards recognize successful implementation… Keep Reading

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EPA Releases New Rule Simplifying Lead-Paint Training Recertification

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a change to the refresher training for renovators currently required under the Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP).  Specifically, EPA will allow renovators to take a refresher course without  “hands-on” training, such as an online course, once every other recertification instead of requiring hands-on training every… Keep Reading

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Concrete With Self-Healing Powers

At the Annual Meeting of the AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) in Washington, D.C., Prof. Christian Grosse from the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Prof. Mo Li from the University of California (Irvine), and Prof. Erik Schlangen of Delft University of Technology talked about smart materials for sustainable infrastructure. Grosse talked about a European… Keep Reading

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Lauren Williams Named to ENR Midwest Top 20 Under 40

Engineering News-Record Midwest has named Lauren Williams, CM-BIM and Building Information Modeling (BIM) Manager at S. M. Wilson & Co., to its Top 20 Under 40 Class of 2016.  She was recognized for her significant career achievements and meaningful community service from among hundreds of young engineers, architects and construction planners from across the Midwest.… Keep Reading

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People In St. Louis Construction

Daniel Fahey Joins McGrath as Project Manager Daniel Fahey of University City, MO, has joined McGrath & Associates as a project manager and has been initially assigned to projects at a food production facility and a chemical plant. Fahey previously managed construction projects in the power generation and transmission, laboratory, competitive sports, retail and medical… Keep Reading

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HOK’s David Ziolkowski Among First to Earn International Lighting Certification

David Ziolkowski CLD, IALD, MIES, LC, LEED AP BD+C, a senior project lighting designer in HOK’s St. Louis office, is among the first to earn a prestigious international certification for lighting designers. Ziolkowski earned the Certified Lighting Designer (CLD) designation, an international, evidence-based certification in architectural lighting design.  Governed by the Chicago-based Certified Lighting Design… Keep Reading

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TRiSTAR Properties Launches Two Speculative Distribution Centers Totaling1.13 Million Square Feet

Combined Value of Projects is $49 Million; Projected to Create 500+ New Jobs When Occupied TRiSTAR Properties has begun development of two mega-cube speculative distribution centers initially totaling 1.13 million square feet at Gateway Commerce Center, a 2,300-acre logistics and bulk distribution park outside Edwardsville, Ill. Teaming with TRiSTAR to fund the $49 million venture is PCCP, LLC a… Keep Reading

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Do Electricians Hold the Key to America’s Future?

Another study points to the key role electricians can play in the economic, lifestyle, and climate future of America. According to a study released Wednesday by The Brattle Group, the nation’s 50 million residential electric water heaters collectively represent a significant – and vastly underutilized – energy storage resource capable of leveraging substantial environmental and economic… Keep Reading

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