• Washington University Seeks Approval for More Student Housing

    From St. Louis Business Journal:  Washington University is asking the city of Clayton to approve an increase in the number of student housing units the university can have at the southern end of its Danforth campus. Occupancy...

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  • See What McKelvey Hall at Washington University Will Look Like

    From St. Louis Business Journal:  Washington University in late April shared a first look at McKelvey Hall, an academic building that will house the department of computer science & engineering and is the final piece of the...

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  • Getting the ‘Hole Story’ on WUSTL’s East Campus Project

    by Tom Finan, Executive Director, Construction Forum STL To passersby along Skinker Boulevard to the east of Brookings Hall on the Washington University Danforth Campus, what could be surmised from beyond the construction fence is that there...

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  • Kadean Completes Major Renovation at BJC Healthcare Campus

    Kadean Construction has completed a $4 million renovation for the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis’s Department of Anesthesiology at the BJC Healthcare campus, it was announced today. Kadean completed the 20,700 square foot project,...

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  • Wash U. Med School/BJC Plan Ambulatory Care Center

    by Tom Finan, Executive Director, Construction Forum STL A spokesperson for Washington University School of Medicine confirmed that the Wash. U Schoool/BJC plan construction of an ambulatory care center at the southwest corner of South Taylor and...

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  • WashU Expert: Solar Panel Tariffs Could Cost Americans

    From Washington University:  The solar industry in Missouri is likely to take a particularly hard hit as a result of a recently announced import tariff on solar cells and panels, according to Phil Valko, assistant vice chancellor...

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  • The Genius of a Place

    From Washington University:  Every site possesses a spirit, or “genius,” of its own. So believed Frederick Law Olmsted, the founder of American landscape architecture. In 1895, Washington University engaged Olmsted, Olmsted & Eliot, the firm led by...

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  • 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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