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New HQ Planned after St. Charles County Ambulance District Acquires 31 Acres
The district is planning to build a campus at Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Salt River Road that will consolidate its administrative personnel, training center, non-emergency transfer division, ambulance service center and supply center. Currently, those functions are spread across five buildings, said Kyle Gaines, director of community relations for SCCAD.
No general contractor has been selected yet. Navigate Buildings Solutions is the project manager and ArchImages is the architecture firm on the project.
City Hall Project Moving Forward
Union’s new city hall project is moving forward and picking up speed.
Navigate Building Solutions, the city’s project manager for the work, updated aldermen on the status of the project at Monday’s board meeting. Navigate’s Jen Kissinger provided the board with an updated time line and budget.
Kissinger said work is set to start soon on the city’s portion of the building demolition. Last week, demolition started on previous owner Darren Newbank’s portion of the building.
Navigate Chosen for City Hall Project
Navigate Building Solutions has been selected to be the project manager for Union’s new city hall project.
The board of aldermen and Mayor Mike Livengood were polled and selected the St. Louis-based Navigate over Creative Construction Services, Chesterfield.
Brentwood Mayor Planning Frozen Dessert Shop
A new shop that will sell frozen custard, soft serve ice cream and more is poised to open spring 2019 in Brentwood.
Chris Thornton, who serves as mayor of Brentwood, plans to open a 909-square-foot drive-thru and walk-up dessert shop called Monkey Business Frozen Treats at 2301 S. Brentwood Blvd. under his MBFT LLC, according to documents filed with the city. The proposed site sits adjacent to a Starbucks coffee shop and children's clothing resale shop Purple Cow.
Thornton owns the land, which currently is undeveloped. St. Louis County appraised the parcel for $67,100.
Thornton told the Business Journal he'll invest around $500,000 in Monkey Business, which will be a "one stop shop for cold and tasty treats."
Due to the time required to obtain permits, he said he's planning a spring 2019 opening. No general contractor has been tapped for the build out, but Crestwood-based Navigate Building Solutions is serving as adviser, Thornton said.
Rock Hill Breaks Ground On Municipal Complex
Completion expected summer or fall 2018
After 14 years of negotiations, changes, purchasing property and selling property, Rock Hill is finally getting a new municipal complex.
Donning hard hats and holding gold-colored shovels, Mayor Ed Mahan and members of the board of aldermen on Tuesday broke ground for the new complex at 827 N. Rock Hill Road, just south of Manchester Road behind Lucky's Market.
Addressing the group at the ceremony, Mahan thanked residents "for making this vision a reality."
Late June Target For County Jail Groundbreaking — $21.6 Million in Contracts Awarded
Most residents don’t spend a lot of time around the Franklin County Adult Detention Center, but if they did, they would see a flurry of preconstruction activity which must be completed before the real heavy lifting begins next month.
The Franklin County Commission recently received its monthly jail construction update from Jennifer Kissinger from Navigate Building Solutions.
Design-build consultant hired for Cape County justice center
Cape Girardeau County Commissioners approved a design-build consultant for the new justice-center project, scheduled to begin in 2018.
The consultant, Navigate Building Solutions of St. Louis, will guide the commissioners through the design and construction of the new facility, and will be under contract.
The New Wentzville City Hall Will Open Wednesday
A spokeswoman for the city said Tuesday the move to a new building at 1001 Schroeder Creek Boulevard would increase efficiency.
Communications Manager Kara Roberson said the city now has employees in five different buildings. The new location will bring all the staff into one site.
"The new central location will be customer focused, allowing residents to pay utility bills, apply for a permit, visit Municipal Court, attend a Board of Aldermen meeting and more — all at one location," Communications Manager Kara Roberson said in a news release.
The overall project budget was $15 million, including work to the parking lot, building and furniture. Roberson said the cost of the project was at least 10 percent under budget.
Firm Hired To Steer Jail, 911 Upgrades - Meeting With Committee Next Week
By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer • Apr 23, 2017
The first major step toward upgrading the Franklin County Jail and 911 Communication Center was taken Wednesday when Navigate Building Solutions was selected to manage the entire process from start to finish. The St. Louis-based firm was selected from a field of four highly qualified companies after formal interviews were done with each in recent weeks.
The selection committee was comprised of County Commissioners John Griesheimer, Tim Brinker and Dave Hinson, County Counselor Mark Vincent, County EMA Director Abe Cook, EMA field operations officer Aaron Aitch, Sheriff Steve Pelton, and jail Superintendent Capt. Dave Boehm.
All three commissioners agreed the Navigate team had the best presentation and its selection was nearly unanimous.