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St. Louis Stamping Lofts Is AGC Keystone Award Finalist

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St. Louis Stamping Lofts received an award as a finalist at the Associated General Contractors of St. Louis' 2013 Keystone Awards Ceremony.  The project was one of three finalists in the Building Construction Under $10 million category. Congratulations to project owner Loftworks, architects Rosemann & Associates, our subcontractors, our Project Manager Phil Krull and Superintendent David Welsh.  A Keystone Award is not based on beauty but is given to general contractors that exhibit excellence in providing solutions to unique obstacles and challenges specific to a project.

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Fairview Village Senior Living is AGC Keystone Award Finalist

Fairview Village Senior Apartments

Fairview Village Senior Living received an award as a finalist at the Associated General Contractors of St. Louis' 2011 Keystone Awards Ceremony. Congratulations to our client, RISE (fka RHCDA), project architects Rosemann & Associates, Project Managers Phil Krull and Tiffany King, LEED AP BD+C, and all others who worked on the development for their outstanding work. A Keystone Award is not based on beauty but is given to general contractors that exhibit excellence in providing solutions to unique obstacles and challenges specific to a project.

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Crown Square Receives National Trust for Historic Preservation Award

Crown Square

Crown Square received the National Trust for Historic Preservation's National Trust/HUD Secretary's Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation.  Learn more and watch an excellent video about the development at NTHP's website.

Crown square is located along two blocks of 14th Street between Warren Street and St. Louis Avenue in Old North St. Louis. Many of its buildings date back to the 1800s. Home to the famed Crown Candy Kitchen, the once thriving commercial center began to deteriorate in the 1970s when it was converted to a pedestrian-only mall.

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