• Designs Shared for East End of Danforth Campus

    From Washington University:  Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton shared plans for the transformation of the east end of the Danforth Campus at Washington University in St. Louis to the Board of Trustees during its Oct. 7 meeting. He presented...

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  • Safety a Top Concern for Bade Roofing on 1,200-Foot-Long, Elevated Pedestrian Connector Project

    Bade Roofing Company reported zero injuries on a challenging project that required its workers to scale a 1,200-foot-long, 13-foot-wide elevated pedestrian skywalk through one of the busiest medical campuses in St. Louis, MO. The  East-West Connector project...

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  • KAI Design & Build Completes 1,200-foot-long, Elevated Pedestrian Skywalk

    KAI Design & Build, along with Joint Venture Partner Paric Corporation, is announcing the completion of a massive 1,200-foot-long, elevated pedestrian skywalk project connecting more than 6,000 parking spaces to the main hospital complex on the BJC...

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  • Clark-Fox Policy Institute Launches

    The Maxine Clark and Bob Fox Policy Institute at the Brown School officially opened with a launch event April 19 in Hillman Hall. The Clark-Fox Policy Institute is a center for public policy engagement. Its mission is...

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  • Affordable Housing; Forest Park Southeast Neighborhood

    From St. Louis Public Radio:  Washington University’s medical campus in St. Louis will be getting a lot of new neighbors in the next couple of years, thanks to a new mixed-income development plan nearby. The $27-million project will...

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  • Jim Schmitt, 61, Dies: Driller, CM Instructor

    by Tom Finan, Executive Director, Construction Forum STL James (Jim) Schmitt, 61, a longtime figure in the drilling/foundations industry and an instructor in construction industry programs died Jan. 30. Mr. Schmitt began his career in the drilling/foundations...

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  • Ross & Baruzzini Secures Declaration of Independence

    From the Ross & Baruzzini Blog: On the night of July 4, 1776, a series of copies of the Declaration of Independence were printed by John Dunlap, which would eventually be known as the “Dunlap Broadsides.”  Of these...

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  • Apartments Planned For Old Shriners and CID Buildings in CWE

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Washington University is planning a multimillion-dollar apartment conversion of St. Louis’ first Shriners Hospital and the nearby vacant Central Institute for the Deaf. Both buildings are in the Central West End, at the...

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  • Washington University Medical School Reveals New Campus Plan

    From Washington University:  Opening of the Mid Campus Center —an office building bringing together administrative services from throughout the Medical Campus — and a significant renovation of Bernard Becker Medical Library are among the first changes coming...

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  • New Engineering Building at Washington University

    Washington University in St. Louis announced that the next building in its engineering complex will be named in honor of James M. McKelvey Sr., for 27 years the dean of the School of Engineering & Applied Science....

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