• St. Louis County Starts Work on New Plant Science District in Creve Coeur

    From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Hoping to replicate the success of St. Louis’ Cortex technology district, St. Louis County has begun work to create a similar high-tech district in Creve Coeur. But instead of focusing on medical...

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  • AIA: Top 10 Residential Design Trends for the Next Decade

    From ConstructionDIVE:  According to the American Institute of Architects, an aging population, recovery from the last housing collapse and slower-than-expected economic growth will determine home design trends for the next 10 years. Leading architecture firms identified the...

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  • Downtown Garage Was on the Verge of Collapsing, Records Show

    From St. Louis Business Journal:  In July 2014, cracks appeared in a downtown St. Louis parking garage at Locust Street and Tucker Boulevard. The garage’s retail tenants, Papa John’s, Redevelopment Opportunities for Women and Chinese Wok, had...

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  • From Vision to Reality: Design, Construction, Operation

    How do we use advanced sensing and computing technologies to create safer, more efficient construction sites? And how do we teach these new technologies to the next generation of builders and construction managers? Dr. Amir Behzadan, associate...

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  • S.M. Wilson Selected for $31M Renovation and Expansion at Millikin University

    S.M. Wilson & Co. has been selected to renovate and expand the University Commons at Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. The $31 million, 85,000 square foot project will focus on renovating and reconfiguring the existing Staley Library...

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  • Asbestos Error Could Cost Arch Project $350,000, Plus Weeks of Delay

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Work has restarted on the Gateway Arch’s underground museum after workers exposed asbestos piping, but National Park Service officials think the month-long stoppage will cost about $350,000 and could add weeks to the...

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  • Bennett Seeks to Grow McCormack Baron Salazar

    From The St. Louis American:  Vince Bennett has succeeded Kevin McCormack as president of McCormack Baron Salazar with the mandate to grow the development company, he told The American. Previously, Bennett was chief operating officer. “We want...

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  • Ray Kowalik to Take the Helm of Burns & McDonnell in 2017

    A week after Burns & McDonnell Chairman and CEO Greg Graves announced he would retire at the end of 2016, he revealed to employee-owners today that Ray Kowalik would succeed him as CEO. Kowalik, who has spent...

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  • DCI Installs Security and Surveillance System for New Charter Communications Call Center

    Dynamic Controls Inc. recently completed the security and surveillance system for Charter Communications new 1000 person call center located at The Crossings at Northwest, formerly Northwest Plaza in St. Ann, MO.  The fast-tracked, six month project on the...

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  • Desai Chia Architecture Creates a Glass Box Home in the New York Countryside

    From Dezeen:  US firm Desai Chia Architecture used prefabricated elements to construct this glass and steel home in rural New York that serves as a weekend retreat. Called LM Guest House, the single-storey, rectilinear dwelling is situated...

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