• Anyone With a Smartphone Should Have a Smart Job

    by Zoë Baird, CEO and President, Markle Foundation Job openings are at near-record high levels. There are 5.7 million jobs across the country right now that are unfilled. At the same time, too many Americans are frustrated by a...

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  • What Contractors Need to Know About the AIA’s 2017 Contracts Revamp

    From ConstructionDIVE:  The American Institute of Architects‘ standardized contract series is widely used across the construction industry, in addition to options from competitors like ConsensusDocs and the Design Build Institute of America. When the AIA issues revisions to...

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  • Gov. Greitens Signs Bill Allowing Lower Wages on Public Projects

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Gov. Eric Greitens on Tuesday signed into law a measure that will prevent Missouri cities from requiring union-level wages in public construction projects, a move he said will bring the taxpayers more efficiency,...

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  • Spring Metro Pop-Up Market on June 14

    Citizens for Modern Transit and AARP St. Louis have rescheduled their Spring Metro Pop-Up Market for Wednesday, June 14 from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the Historic Wabash Station in The Loop located at 6005 Delmar Blvd. The...

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  • Construction Site Burglary Ring Busted; Lemay Man Faces 12 Felonies

    From The Riverfront Times:  A four-man burglary crew that ravaged construction sites across four counties and the city of St. Louis has been busted by local police, and the first suspect has now been charged in the...

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  • IBEW 309 Retirees Put the ‘Blitz’ in ‘Blitz Build’

    From Labor Tribune:  For 24 years, a community group has slowly been building a neighborhood of new houses here that give hard-working residents a chance to turn their lives around. This year, they have a powerful new...

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  • Missouri Governor to Sign Public Construction Project Limits

    From U.S. News and World Report:  Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens on Tuesday announced he will sign legislation to ban local governments from mandating union working conditions for construction projects, a move he touted as a way...

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  • Locally Inspired Design, Restaurant Offerings Enhance the Airport Retailing Experience

    From RE Business:  Airports by and large are jumping on the “shop local” bandwagon, offering more and more locally based dining options. Airports that infuse the local character into their design and restaurant and retail offerings will...

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  • Five Townhomes Proposed for 10th and Locust in Downtown St. Louis

    From nextSTL:  Plans for the corner of Locust and 10th Streets in downtown St. Louis have taken another turn. While demolition of the historically significant reclad Tudor building has been sought by more than one developer, what...

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  • Developers Seek Tax Increment Financing for Proposed Dogtown Project

    From  St. Louis Public Radio:  A planned $26 million apartment and retail development in St. Louis’ Dogtown neighborhood could remake a long neglected spot. Pearl Companies, of Indianapolis, is proposing a five-story apartment building at the corner...

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