• Video: SLCCC Diversity Workshop Imparts ‘Fishing Lessons’

    by Tom Finan, Executive Director,  Construction Forum STL After a decade of holding its annual diversity workshop the Diversity Committee of the St. Louis Council of Construction consumers decided this year to offer something more, following the...

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  • Gateway Arch Competition Challenges Local Engineering Students to Solve Real-World Problem

    Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is celebrating the 52nd anniversary of the completion of the Gateway Arch with an inaugural engineering contest for college students. JNEM invited three local college engineering schools—Washington University in St. Louis, Southern Illinois University...

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  • Washington University a Partner in Chouteau Greenway Development

    Washington University in St. Louis is participating in a major public-private partnership that aims to connect Forest Park to the Gateway Arch grounds. The scenic conduit — dubbed the Chouteau Greenway — likely will stretch five to seven miles...

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  • Washington University Recreation Center Wins Architecture Award

    Washington University’s Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center has been awarded a Special Citation in the 2017 American School & University Architectural Portfolio—the premier showcase celebrating the best in education design. The 120,900 SF Recreation Center was designed...

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  • The Dirt on the Dirt at Washington University’s East Campus

    By Diane Torian Keaggy, Washington University, Campus Next In two years, the east end of Washington University in St. Louis will be a dazzling vision of modern architecture and lush landscaping. But today, our front lawn is...

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  • New ‘Spectroplexus’ Sculpture to Welcome Travelers at Lambert

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  People buying tickets at St. Louis Lambert International Airport now have a new distraction — at least temporarily. A team of eight Washington University architecture grad students has completed the installation of a...

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  • REMIGER DESIGN Completed Renovation of Jolley Hall at Washington University

    REMIGER DESIGN, a St. Louis-based planning, architecture and interior design firm, worked with Washington University in St. Louis to renovate and reconfigure the interior of Harold D. Jolley Hall in collaboration with Directions in Design and William...

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  • WUSTL Architecture Students Build Concrete Energy Savings

    by Tom Finan, Executive Director, Construction Forum STL Every September there is an inflow and an exodus on college campuses, as students make their seasonal migrations. At Washington University, a group of graduate architecture and construction students...

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  • 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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