The Saint Louis Construction Cooperative (formerly PRIDE of St. Louis Inc.) is honoring leadership in the local construction industry at its 10th annual awards luncheon. Honorees will include:
- Anna Leavey, McCormack Baron Salazar, formerly CityArchRiver Foundation, receiving the Joe Rinke Impact Award;
- Doug Martin, executive vice president, St. Louis Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA),receiving the Al Fleischer Management Award; and
- David C. Zimmermann, business manager, Sheet Metal Workers, Local 36, receiving the Dick Mantia Labor Award.
The awards will be presented at a luncheon beginning at 11:30 a.m. at the Cedars at St. Raymond’s at 939 Lebanon Dr. in St. Louis. For tickets, call Gina Knoll at 314-647-0628 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For 46 years, the Saint Louis Construction Cooperative has been a “Model for America,” advancing the skills of the region’s construction industry. It’s the nation’s first voluntary construction labor/management/consumer cooperative, uniting 19 building trades, 12 contractor associations and construction consumers to propel a mission of “Building Better Together.”
For more information, visit www.stlouisconstructioncooperative.org