• USGBC-Missouri Gateway Seeking Nominations for 2019 Board

    Be a part of the green building movement & help us make every building a green building! USGBC-Missouri Gateway is currently seeking nominations for At-Large board directors. All terms begin in 2019. Nominations are due by 5 pm...

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  • International Living Future Institute Launches Local Collaborative

    By Eva Klein, USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter Intern  Sustainability is a matter of inclusion. Almost by definition this describes the International Living Future Institute (ILFI), a forward thinking non-profit whose name, programs, and initiatives clearly show that inclusive...

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  • Better Buildings Through Benchmarking

    By Johanna Schweiss, Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator, U.S. Green Building Council – Missouri Gateway Chapter These days, our ability to collect and analyze data is revolutionizing our lives. A fitbit can remind me to move and tell...

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  • Wiegmann Completes Work at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Washington

    Wiegmann Associates has completed design/build HVAC and plumbing work as part of a $25 million modernization project at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Washington. Wiegmann served as the HVAC & plumbing design build contractor...

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  • Bethel Lutheran Church is First House of Worship to Earn ENERGY STAR Certification in Missouri

    Bethel Lutheran Church, located in University City, is the first worship facility to earn ENERGY STAR Certification in Missouri. ENERGY STAR Certification recognizes efficient energy use in buildings. With an ENERGY STAR score of 81, Bethel Lutheran...

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  • St. Louis Hasn’t Taken the Lead on LEED Construction

    From St. Louis Business Journal:  When Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School decided to build a $40 million science, technology, engineering and mathematics building, it wanted something that was in keeping with the spirit of...

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  • Spire’s Corporate Home Earns LEED Gold and IES Lighting Awards

    The design-construction team of Arcturis and Tarlton Corp. announces that the project they completed at 700 Market St. in downtown St. Louis received LEED Gold for Commercial Interiors certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. It was...

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  • Korte Company Building Uranium Processing Facility in Tennessee

    The Korte Company has begun construction at the Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The $19.5 Million Design-Build project includes the design and construction of a Construction Support Building (CSB) at...

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  • Bade Roofing Installs Green Roof in St. Louis

    From Roofing Contractor:  Employees of  The Laclede Group, headquartered in the redeveloped General American Building in downtown St. Louis, have a new open rooftop space to enjoy, with views of Busch Stadium and the Old Courthouse thanks...

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  • USGBC Closes LEED Loophole Permitting Use of Illegal Wood

    From ConstructionDIVE:  In an effort to eliminate the use of wood from illegal logging operations in LEED-certified buildings, and to stymie the illegal logging itself, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has updated its rating system. Builders...

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