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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. Aviation Technology Innovator Chris Runde Joins Ross & Baruzzini as Principal Consultant International technology, consulting and engineering firm Ross & Baruzzini has added aviation industry veteran Chris Runde as principal consultant. “Over the past 15 years, Chris… Keep Reading

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Contegra Construction Co. Completes New Off-Campus Student Housing Serving Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville

With a 100 percent occupancy, the newly opened student housing complex called “The Reserve” is hugely popular with students at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (SIUE).  General contractor Contegra Construction Co. completed the 486-bed housing complex developed by Cleveland-based Richland Residential.  The development is comprised of nine buildings hosting two-bedroom, three-bedroom and four-bedroom units. Located on a… Keep Reading

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Walsh Construction Working Steadily on Merchants Bridge Rehabilitation

By KERRY SMITH, EDITOR, ST. LOUIS CONSTRUCTION NEWS AND REVIEW MAGAZINE Work is on track toward a March 2023 completion of the Merchants Bridge rehabilitation, a $180 million project owned by the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis and managed by Chicago-based Walsh Construction, a subsidiary of Walsh Group. Walsh Construction Senior Project Manager Dan… Keep Reading

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Farnsworth Group, Inc. Acquires FWAI Architects

Farnsworth Group, Inc., a national full-service engineering, architecture and survey firm, announced it has acquired FWAI Architects, a 13-person architecture firm based in Springfield, Illinois. The addition of FWAI continues Farnsworth Group’s strategic growth in geographic locations and markets, and adds to the strength of the Company’s more than 500 employees located in St. Louis,… Keep Reading

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Commuters “Hopping on Transit” At Select Transit Centers March 20th

Customer Appreciation Event to Feature a Rolling Scavenger Hunt and Reinforce Why Transit is a Sweet Ride Transit is a safe, beneficial transportation option utilized daily by thousands of St. Louis area residents. To demonstrate appreciation to these individuals and reinforce why transit is a sweet ride, representatives of Citizens for Modern Transit, Metro Transit,… Keep Reading

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American Society of Concrete Contractors Elects New Officers

Chris Forster, Largo Concrete, Tustin, CA, has been re-elected president of the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC), St. Louis, MO for 2020-2021. Bill Bramschreiber, Charles Pankow Builders, was elected first vice president. Anthony DeCarlo, TWC Concrete, LLC; Mario Garza, Barton Malow, and Chris Klemaske, Sundek, were re-elected vice presidents, and Kevin Riley, Belfast Valley… Keep Reading

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Spire and Ranken Launch New Hands-on Educational Program

Spire and Ranken Technical College announced a partnership to create clearer pathways to careers in the natural gas industry — the Spire Cooperative Education Program at Ranken. The co-op is a two-year program that provides Ranken students with on-the-job experience and mentoring from Spire field operations professionals while they complete an HVAC associate’s degree. With… Keep Reading

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Home Builders Association Donates More than $16,000 to Rainbow Village

On behalf of the Home Builders Charitable Foundation (HBCF), HBA Executive Vice President Celeste Rueter (left) presented a $16,135 donation to Abby Kim, donor relations manager for Rainbow Village. The funds will be used to replace the driveways and sidewalks leading to the front porches of two of Rainbow Village’s 89 affordable, accessible neighborhood homes for adults with… Keep Reading

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Much More Than a Fish Story

I have had the good fortune of experiencing some amazing things in my lifetime, and I can say without hesitation that snorkeling an ocean reef ranks at the top of the list. My first venture into the magical and almost incomprehensible world of undersea life is decades behind me now, but I was awe-struck then… Keep Reading

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Changing Times

Millennials, those born between 1981 and 1996, are at the center of our cover story in this issue. They make up a segment of our population that have been known to elicit reactions from folks my age ranging from mild amusement to serious concern about the future of the American workforce. It’s an age-old story… Keep Reading

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