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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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Nonresidential Construction Market Momentum to Continue

Construction spending greatly exceeded expectations in the nonresidential market in 2015, and this year should see healthy growth levels as well, agree all of the members of the American Institute of Architects Consensus Forecast Panel. There continues to be significant demand for hotels, office space, manufacturing facilities and amusement and recreation spaces. The American Institute… Keep Reading

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Integrated Facility Services Completes $8 Million HVAC, Piping and Building Automation systems Project at Spartan Light Metal

Integrated Facility Services (IFS) in Columbia, formerly Air Masters, has completed an HVAC, process piping, and building automation systems project for the $8 million office and plant expansion at Spartan Light Metals in Mexico, Missouri. The 68,000-square-foot expansion included a complete renovation of the existing plant offices, a new office addition and a new manufacturing… Keep Reading

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

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… Keep Reading

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Construction Leadership Council donates proceeds of Glow Ball Golf Tournament to Building Futures

Mark Militzer, chairman of the Glow Ball Tournament, and Tony Diebold recently presented a check for $2,275 to Building Futures. Building Futures is a group of design professionals from St. Louis striving to inspire the youth of the city through design build workshops and led by Frank Lorberbaum and Gay Lorberbaum. In October of 2015, the… Keep Reading

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CBRE Valuation & Advisory Services Group Completes Appraisal for High Profile Clayton, MO Apartment Project

CBRE Valuation & Advisory Services Group announced this week the completion of its appraisal assignment for a luxury mixed-use apartment and retail building located at 25 N. Central Avenue in Clayton, Missouri. The assignment was undertaken on behalf of the construction lender, Missouri-based Central Bank of St. Louis, whose client, Opus Development, has started construction… Keep Reading

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State Rep. Wants Unions to Report Anyone They Try to Recruit

Missouri State Representative Courtney Curtis (District 73), who says he stands “98 percent behind unions,” has filed a bill to make it harder for unions to organize and to invalidate any existing project labor agreement for a future stadium. The bill, H.B. 2170, would require unions to report to the Missouri Department of Labor and… Keep Reading

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#TRADESWORK Encourages Construction Trade Careers

St. Louis remodeling firm launches job and training initiative to increase the construction industry’s skilled talent recruitment. How can America keep growing if there are not enough people to build it? The construction and remodeling industry continually seek answers to the skilled talent shortage. There is an urgent need for more trade professionals but not… Keep Reading

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