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Popular Construction Leadership Institute 2017 Registration Opens Nine-week Friday program scheduled to begin Jan. 13

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Success in the highly competitive building industry requires exceptional leadership, management and communication skills.  The innovative Construction Leadership Institute (CLI) has packaged those skills into a convenient, accelerated, nine-week program.  Southern Illinois University Edwardsville announced today that it is now accepting registrations for the 2017 session of this highly popular program.

Over the course of its 14-year history, CLI has seen many of its more than 300 graduates advance to prominent positions across the building industry..

“Our mission is to improve the processes and outcomes of the building industry by preparing the next generation of leaders.  ,” said Chris Gordon, co-director of the CLI and chair of the Department of Construction in SIUE’s School of Engineering.  “In pursuing its mission, the Construction Leadership Institute has prepared professionals from over one hundred firms to serve in leadership roles across the St. Louis regional building industry.”

The 2017 CLI will convene on nine-consecutive Fridays from 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. beginning Jan. 13 through March 10 on the SIUE campus. CLI is a joint program of the SIUE School of Business and the School of Engineering’s Department of Construction.

The curriculum is designed to develop and hone leadership as well as effective communications skills.  Other segments focus on crucial professional skills such as strategic thinking, networking, negotiation, finance, construction contracts, insurance and bonding, risk management and conflict management.  The instructional team includes building industry professionals and subject matter experts.

Attendees also will explore innovative project delivery approaches and become attuned to emerging opportunities and challenges impacting the industry.  The final session of the program features a panel of building industry leaders sharing their strategies for success.

“This program provides skills and experiences necessary to advance as an emerging leader in the industry,” said Kristine Jarden, co-director of the CLI and director of Executive Education in SIUE’s School of Business.

Early registration is available through Nov. 18, at a cost of $2,950. After Nov. 18, registration is $3,150 per person. A $200 discount per person is given for multiple company registrations.

To register, call Kristine Jarden at 618-650-2668 or visit: http://www.siue.edu/business/executive-education/construction-leadership-institute/index.shtml

CLI 2017 Program Announcement

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Exploring Materials to Improve Productivity

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Presented by: St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Engineers Club,

4359 Lindell, St. Louis, MO 63108

Discover construction problems solved with innovative materials

7:00 am  Registration / Networking

7:30        Reception

8:00        Presentation

9:00        Adjournment

  • Explore how updated product technologies improve quality and productivity.
  • Assess parameters to consider products, such as insulated concrete forms, flexible piping, and tilt-up concrete?
  • Examine how products can facilitate pre-fabrication & modularization?
  • Probe how updated technologies can impact scope, schedule and budget?

Presenters:

Scott Peterson, Structural Engineer, Drury Southwest

Barclay Gebel, Vice President of Operations, Concrete Strategies

Wayne Williams, Construction Manager, Mercy Planning Design & Construction

Moderator:

Kevin Studer, Northstar Management

 

Registration – Please respond by June 20 2016

 

Thanks to our Concrete Council sponsor

Thank you to our monthly education program sponsors

GOLD – Chameleon Consulting Group & Husch Blackwell

SILVER – ABNA Engineering, Ambitech & Horner & Shifrin

 

PDH / LU  Credit:

This program has been designed to permit you to qualify for 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) for Professional Engineers under Missouri statutes and 1 Learning Unit (LU) through the American Institute of Architects.

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Workplace Violence and Active Shooter Scenarios

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Business Owners Speaker Series


As a business owner, you have a decision to allow or not allow firearms or weapons in the workplace. It’s a sensitive decision and one that could cost lives either way. Further, if you’ve been fortunate enough to never have had an incident of workplace violence, how prepared are you to respond if somethng were to happen? Would you know what to do? Would your employees know what to do? What policies do you have in-place? All critical life-implicating questions.

Our next B.O.S.S. event addresses this very important subject. We have arranged for Michael Henderson, CEO of Phoenix Risk Assessment to talk about Workplace Violence and Active Shooter scenarios.

Topics to be Covered…
• Identifiers of potential active shooter
• Definitions and statistics of Work place violence
• Take away points on creation of security prevention & response plan
• Recent Missouri Omnibus Self-defense legislation

Register Now 

The B.O.S.S. events are intended to help and inform business owners of important topics that may impact their business. These are non-networking events hosted by The Kelsey Group and Schmersahl, Treloar & Co. There’s no cost to attend, however, reservations are required.

Michael Henderson is founder and CEO of private security agency, Phoenix Risk Assessment (PRA), headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a highly trained and experienced private security professional utilizing his top-tier specialized training in weaponry, anti-terrorism, emergency evacuations, executive protection, self defense and threat assessment techniques. Michael brings the respect and trust of his peers, his clients and the media with guest appearances on Dr. Gina Loudon show, NBC5, FOX2, Coast to Coast, McGraw Milhaven, as well as numerous speaking engagements on a multitude of topics involving Workplace Violence & Active Shooter incidents.

Michael’s highly trained team of elite agents and specialists located across the country investigate, architect preventative protection plans and implement offense and defense strategies in nearly every aspect of personal or professional lives, private events, or organizational needs for his clients.


Workplace Violence Threats & Considerations 

Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Michael Henderson
CEO, Phoenix Risk Assessment
http://www.phoenixriskassessment.com/


YES, Please Register Me to Attend! 

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People In St. Louis Construction

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Liz Peroutka Promoted to Project Engineer at S. M. Wilson & Co.

Peroutka, LizS.M. Wilson & Co. has promoted Liz Peroutka to Project Engineer.  She will be responsible for helping establish procedures with the design professionals, consultants and Owner of projects for information flow, approvals, meetings and reporting.  Liz will also track shop drawings, submittals, material deliveries and RFIs through the duration of projects and assist the Project Manager with MBE/WBE participation and workforce inclusion.

Liz joined S. M. Wilson in 2006 and was promoted to Project Coordinator in 2013.  She has worked on a variety of project teams building schools, hospitals and most recently the Cancer Center at Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center.  She has 15 years of construction industry experience.

Steve Ryan Joins Brinkmann Constructors As Project Manager

Brinkmann Constructors is pleased to announce that Steve Ryan has joined Brinkmann Constructors as Project Manager. Ryan has 27 years of diverse project management experience in the construction industry including healthcare, hotels, and financial institutional projects. He has a solid track record of managing and directing all phases of large complex design / build projects from preconstruction through completion.

Prior to joining Brinkmann, Ryan was a Project Manager for another general contracting firm in Davenport, Iowa. Ryan earned his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology.

POE Hires Hayes as Director, Workplace Solutions

Professional Office Environments (POE), St. Louis’ leading provider of knowledge-based furniture solutions, is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Marianne Hayes as Director, Workplace Solutions. Hayes will work with clients to provide unique, adaptable workspace solutions.

“Marianne is an exciting addition to our team,” stated Jennifer Klaverkamp, Vice President of Sales at POE. “Her knowledge of the industry, creative problem solving, and ability to excel in a fast-paced environment are extremely valuable to POE. Her ability to understand clients’ needs and build a solution to meet those is unparalleled.”

Marianne has over 15 years of experience in building client relationships and handling projects of every shape and size. Her approach is consultative in nature, seeking first to gain insight on the clients’ needs, challenges, and future goals so that she and her team can create solutions aligned with their budget, culture, and workstyles.

Distinguished for her consistency, responsiveness, and client-centric philosophy, Marianne serves her clients as a trusted advisor on building long-term, adaptable workplace solutions.

Marianne brings over 15 year of experience to the POE team. Her previous roles as a Business Development Leader at Arcturis and self-employed sales representative for commercial furniture manufacturers developed her skills at understanding clients’ needs.

Marianne Hayes received her Bachelors of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences from Western Illinois University, and her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Forest Institute of Professional Psychology.

Helmkamp Construction Company Promotes Three Employees to Superintendent

Helmkamp Construction Company is happy to announce the promotions of Andy Carrol, Todd Murray, and Tony Smithe to superintendents. All three are long term employees at Helmkamp and we welcome them into their new role as they continue to help Helmkamp grow and prosper.

Helmkamp is a relationship-based general contractor, based in East Alton, IL, working exclusively for private, professional, repeat buyers of construction, primarily in the industrial, power, healthcare, higher education, and telecommunication industries. Helmkamp provides self-performed general contracting services, including civil, millwright, concrete, carpentry, structural steel, and pile driving.

Helmkamp’s primary focus is in the St. Louis and Southern Illinois markets, however we have completed projects in 20 states over the last 5 years. Helmkamp employs 150 people and has an average annual volume of $40 million. To learn more about Helmkamp, visit their website at www.helmkamp.com.

February 26, 2016

Adam Kuchy joins McGrath as Project Engineer

Adam Kuchy of Kirkwood, MO, has joined McGrath & Associates as a project engineer responsible for estimating, subcontractor and vendor coordination, scheduling, cost reporting, project documentation and other duties. Kuchy has a Masters of Construction Management from Washington University and a Bachelor of Science degree from St. Ambrose University. He is OSHA certified in Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER).

McGrath & Associates is a 100 percent employee-owned general contractor and construction management firm specializing in commercial, health care, industrial, institutional and pharmaceutical construction projects since 1983. 

Art Bottorff Joins Integrated Facility Services (IFS)

Art Bottorff has joined Integrated Facility Services (IFS) as sales and marketing manager. Prior to joining IFS, Bottorff was Midwest Area Sales Manager for Carrier in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is responsible for developing and implementing sales and marketing strategies for IFS, a St. Louis-based HVAC, plumbing, piping, fire protection and building automation firm.

Bottorff holds a Master of Science in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. He has 32 years of experience in senior management and sales of commercial HVAC, automation controls and mechanical service in the industrial, education, government and international markets. Bottorff is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers and the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). He also is a Colonel in the Army National Guard.

Integrated Facility Services (IFS), formerly Air Masters Corporation, is a full-service HVAC, plumbing, piping, fire protection and building automation firm.

Healthcare Construction Veteran Christopher Gilliam Joins The Kortecompany

The Korte Company is proud to welcome Christopher Gilliam, who will serve as VP of Healthcare. With more than 25 years of construction supervision and project management experience, Chris has overseen a wide range of For Profit and Not for Profit large-scale healthcare projects across the U.S.

For the past 25 years, he has served in leadership roles for Lend Lease, where he was responsible for managing the firm’s relationships with healthcare owners, overseeing its healthcare construction projects and growing its healthcare construction business. Chris has more than 300 projects completed under his leadership and direction, totaling over $2.5 billion in design and construction.

“Chris is a key addition to The Korte Company and will lead our healthcare team and strengthen our national efforts,” said Todd Korte, President and CEO of The Korte Company. “His experience and expertise will be invaluable and help ensure our healthcare clients receive the absolute best value from their projects.”

Chris has a proven track record of coordinating and assigning personnel, providing technical resources support and monitoring documentation, project controls and quality control guidelines. One of his most important functions is serving as liaison between all project parties to guarantee communication remains open throughout construction and all parties are aware of all project developments.

Crews Joins Kadean Construction As Project Manager

Mitch Crews, of St. Louis, Missouri, has joined Fenton-based Kadean Construction Company, one of the St. Louis-area’s oldest and most successful firms specializing in pre-construction, design-build, construction management, and general contracting at the regional and national level, it was announced today.

In his role as Project Manager, Crews will oversee Kadean’s build-out of 40,000SF over two floors at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, a project that is scheduled to get underway next month.

“Mitch will be a great addition to our team,” said Matt Breeze, vice president of Operations of Kadean Construction, which has more than $60 million in construction work underway. “His industry experience and soft skills will be essential in furthering our company’s expansion, and to help our clients succeed and have a real impact in their respective businesses.”

Before joining Kadean Construction, Crews was a project coordinator for Platinum Contracting in Lenexa, a general contractor that specializes in hospitality remodeling and renovation. He is experienced in project estimating, scheduling, procurement, and subcontractor coordination. He also is a LEED Green Associate.

Crews is a graduate of the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, MO, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management.

In addition to the work that will be managed by Crews at Missouri Baptist, a 489-bed acute-care hospital located at I-64/40 and I-270 in west St. Louis County, Kadean’s recent work locally includes the expansion of the medical oncology unit at the Siteman Cancer Center, now underway in St. Peters, MO; Aviator Business Park in Hazelwood; Lakeview Commerce Distribution Center in Edwardsville; and, the KCI LogisticsCentre in Kansas City, MO.

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Adam Kuchy joins McGrath as Project Engineer

Kuchy, AdamAdam Kuchy of Kirkwood, MO, has joined McGrath & Associates as a project engineer responsible for estimating, subcontractor and vendor coordination, scheduling, cost reporting, project documentation and other duties. Kuchy has a Masters of Construction Management from Washington University and a Bachelor of Science degree from St. Ambrose University. He is OSHA certified in Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER).

McGrath & Associates is a 100 percent employee-owned general contractor and construction management firm specializing in commercial, health care, industrial, institutional and pharmaceutical construction projects since 1983. 

Art Bottorff Joins Integrated Facility Services (IFS)

Bortoroff, ArtArt Bottorff has joined Integrated Facility Services (IFS) as sales and marketing manager. Prior to joining IFS, Bottorff was Midwest Area Sales Manager for Carrier in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is responsible for developing and implementing sales and marketing strategies for IFS, a St. Louis-based HVAC, plumbing, piping, fire protection and building automation firm.

Bottorff holds a Master of Science in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. He has 32 years of experience in senior management and sales of commercial HVAC, automation controls and mechanical service in the industrial, education, government and international markets. Bottorff is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers and the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). He also is a Colonel in the Army National Guard.

Integrated Facility Services (IFS), formerly Air Masters Corporation, is a full-service HVAC, plumbing, piping, fire protection and building automation firm.

Healthcare Construction Veteran Christopher Gilliam Joins The Kortecompany

Gilliam, ChristopherThe Korte Company is proud to welcome Christopher Gilliam, who will serve as VP of Healthcare. With more than 25 years of construction supervision and project management experience, Chris has overseen a wide range of For Profit and Not for Profit large-scale healthcare projects across the U.S.

For the past 25 years, he has served in leadership roles for Lend Lease, where he was responsible for managing the firm’s relationships with healthcare owners, overseeing its healthcare construction projects and growing its healthcare construction business. Chris has more than 300 projects completed under his leadership and direction, totaling over $2.5 billion in design and construction.

“Chris is a key addition to The Korte Company and will lead our healthcare team and strengthen our national efforts,” said Todd Korte, President and CEO of The Korte Company. “His experience and expertise will be invaluable and help ensure our healthcare clients receive the absolute best value from their projects.”

Chris has a proven track record of coordinating and assigning personnel, providing technical resources support and monitoring documentation, project controls and quality control guidelines. One of his most important functions is serving as liaison between all project parties to guarantee communication remains open throughout construction and all parties are aware of all project developments.

Crews Joins Kadean Construction As Project Manager

Crews, MitchMitch Crews, of St. Louis, Missouri, has joined Fenton-based Kadean Construction Company, one of the St. Louis-area’s oldest and most successful firms specializing in pre-construction, design-build, construction management, and general contracting at the regional and national level, it was announced today.

In his role as Project Manager, Crews will oversee Kadean’s build-out of 40,000SF over two floors at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, a project that is scheduled to get underway next month.

“Mitch will be a great addition to our team,” said Matt Breeze, vice president of Operations of Kadean Construction, which has more than $60 million in construction work underway. “His industry experience and soft skills will be essential in furthering our company’s expansion, and to help our clients succeed and have a real impact in their respective businesses.”

Before joining Kadean Construction, Crews was a project coordinator for Platinum Contracting in Lenexa, a general contractor that specializes in hospitality remodeling and renovation. He is experienced in project estimating, scheduling, procurement, and subcontractor coordination. He also is a LEED Green Associate.

Crews is a graduate of the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, MO, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management.

In addition to the work that will be managed by Crews at Missouri Baptist, a 489-bed acute-care hospital located at I-64/40 and I-270 in west St. Louis County, Kadean’s recent work locally includes the expansion of the medical oncology unit at the Siteman Cancer Center, now underway in St. Peters, MO; Aviator Business Park in Hazelwood; Lakeview Commerce Distribution Center in Edwardsville; and, the KCI LogisticsCentre in Kansas City, MO.

February 19, 2016

Daniel Fahey Joins McGrath as Project Manager

Fahey, DanielDaniel 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 industries. He is a member of the Living Well Foundation Board of Directors and an AGC of America superintendent training program instructor, and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota.

McGrath & Associates is a 100 percent employee-owned general contractor and construction management firm specializing in commercial, health care, industrial, institutional and pharmaceutical construction projects since 1983.

Julie Steffens Promoted to Associate Director

Steffens, JulieJulie Steffens, NCIDQ was recently promoted to associate director for Lawrence Group’s healthcare and education studios. Steffens joined Lawrence Group in 1996 as an intern and was hired on full-time in 1999. She has developed and implemented interior design master plans and fostered long-term relationships with several local and national clients including Southern Illinois Healthcare (SIH) and East Central College (ECC).

Lawrence Group is a building design, development, and project delivery firm headquartered in St. Louis.

February 12, 2016

Habitat For Humanity Saint Louis Welcomes New Volunteer Services Manager

Fetter, JoeHabitat for Humanity Saint Louis (HFHSL) has announced that Joe Fetter has joined the organization as Volunteer Services Manager.

Mr. Fetter will direct all aspects of Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis’ volunteer program including recruitment, orientation, scheduling, retaining and recognition for all HFHSL volunteers. He will serve as the site manager and administrator for the AmeriCorps, internship and community services programs at the organization.

Mr. Fetter is a graduate of Fordham University with a BA degree in English and Journalism, and received a Master’s in Public Administration from St. Louis University. He is a member of the JDRF Young Leadership committee and serves on the membership committee of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of St. Louis.

Marketing Team Expanded to Inspire & Support Rapid Growth

Kruse, JessicaHDA Architects has hired Jessica Kruse to oversee Marketing | Public Relations.  Kruse will focus on expanding HDA’s online presence and professional networking by leveraging the company’s media platforms interchangeably to provide high quality engaging content.

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Microgrid Energy Awarded Certificate of Merit in the St. Louis Green Business Challenge

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St. Louis-based Microgrid Energy was recognized and awarded with a Certificate of Merit by the St. Louis Green Business Challenge (GBC). The award recognizes sustainable business practices and is the GBC’s highest level of recognition. This is the second year in a row that Microgrid has been honored with the award, and the company celebrated the highest point gain in the small tenant category of the GBC Class of 2015.

As a joint program of the St. Louis Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Missouri Botanical Garden, the GBC supports integration of sustainability measures into the everyday operational practices common to every business. Over sixty companies, nonprofits, and governmental agencies participated in the GBC, identifying and adapting strategies to improve financial performance and engage employees in voluntary measures to reduce their environmental impact. Over 150 companies, representing 130,000 employees, have participated in the program since its inception in 2010.

“The Green Business Challenge continues to push Microgrid Energy’s green efforts to higher levels, and plays an important role in our Triple Bottom Line approach to doing business – having a positive impact on People, Planet and Prosperity,” said Microgrid Energy Director of Triple Bottom Line, Chad Schubert.

“Our Triple Bottom Line approach is a key component to our company culture, and we believe it’s one of the secrets to our success. Our employees embrace this approach fully and the enthusiasm and dedication of our Green Team is what enabled us to win this award two years in a row. It’s been a pleasure to participate in the Challenge and work with such a great team,” said VP of Business Development at Microgrid Energy, Steve O’Rourke.

The following are some of the accomplishments and innovations implemented by Microgrid in the past year:

  • Co-sponsored Maplewood’s EPA Green Power Community Challenge – the most successful in Missouri to date
  • Successfully completed B Corporation recertification, and was national “Best for the Environment” honoree
  • Completed installation of occupancy sensors throughout the office, and worked with landlord to install insulation in uninsulated wall cavities
  • Worked with office supply company to consolidate office supply purchases and deliver supplies in reusable totes
  • Held company-wide electronics drive
  • Hosted a waste-free company event
  • Established a program to enable online monitoring of print usage
  • Employees volunteered to provide mentorship to local schools in the USGBC’s Green Schools Quest program
  • Partnered with First Watch Cafe to host Bike to Work Day rest stop
  • Provide volunteer assistance to several of our nonprofit clients to clean their solar arrays and provide other support.

Microgrid Energy is a leading renewable energy and energy efficiency installer with a national reach, based in St. Louis, MO, offering turnkey services for commercial, institutional, and government clients.

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Vertegy Helps Washington University’s New Brown School Of Social Work Facility Earn Leed Platinum Certification

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St. Louis-based Vertegy, which has already helped a significant number of buildings in the St. Louis region earn LEED certification, has added another local project to its portfolio. The sustainability consulting firm was recently notified by the U.S. Green Building Council that the George Warren Brown School of Social Work’s Hillman Hall building, which was constructed as part of an expansion on Washington University’s Danforth Campus, has earned LEED Platinum certification. Vertegy has consulted on over 50 LEED Certified buildings since its founding in 2005 and that number now includes 20 LEED Platinum facilities.

The Brown School, which now encompasses three buildings, is the top-rated social work school in the country. The addition of Hillman Hall doubled the teaching, research and program space for the school’s social work and public health programs. The new building consists of approximately 104,000 square feet on four occupied levels, plus a mechanical basement. At the heart of the building is the two-story Maxine Clark and Bob Fox Forum, a 4,000-square-foot multi-purpose venue for banquets, town hall meetings, lectures and conferences. The space also serves daily as a lounge and informal dining space and is located next to the Café’, which also includes its own dining area. The building also features classrooms, offices, study spaces and a rooftop garden.

The expansion was designed and developed to include sustainable design principles emphasizing energy efficiency, water conservation, regional materials, long-term durability, air quality, comfort, connection to nature, wellness and future adaptability. As sustainability consultant on the project, Vertegy played a key role in helping the team reach its sustainability goals. To facilitate LEED implementation and documentation, LEED meetings were held weekly with all critical members of the project team, including the owner and contractor.

Sustainable efforts were made to retain and treat water on-site through vegetated swales, rain gardens, and ultra-low flow fixtures. Access to daylight and views was optimized for learning and working spaces.  Washington University’s campus standards include achieving 30 percent over ASHRAE 90.1 (a standard benchmark for commercial building energy codes in the United States), along with an extensive measurement and verification program. In line with the university’s vision, the Brown School made significant strides in energy efficiency, overcoming the substantial challenge of the school’s District Energy System. Extensive energy modeling was performed to inform design decisions, and on-site energy production strategies were employed.

“Brown School’s vision to be innovative, impactful and to promote a sustainable and universally accessible environment is definitely reflected in the design of the new expansion,” said Thomas Taylor, principal of Vertegy. “We were thrilled to be such an integral part of helping Washington University and the project team meet their sustainable goals. This new state-of-the-art facility will not only provide a healthier and more energy-efficient environment for students, staff and visitors but will also serve as a model for other college campuses for years to come.”

Other members of the project team included Alberici Constructors; Moore, Rubell, Yudel (design architect); Mackey Mitchell Architects (consultant architect); Andropogen (landscape architect); Buro Happold (MEP, life safety, MEP sustainability consultant); Cole Engineering (civil engineer); KPFF (structural engineer); Sextant (AV consultant); KJWW (commissioning authority) and Accentech (acoustic consultant).

For more information, please visit http://www.vertegyconsultants.com or call 314.399.9992.

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