Building St. Louis Awards 2019
PARIC was nominated for two Building St. Louis Awards which were handed out at a ceremony held by the St. Louis Business Journal on March 21, 2019. The ceremony was held in a new event space dubbed The Cutlery Building overlooking the riverfront and Gateway Arch.
Over 100 projects were submitted for the awards which recognize buildings that were substantially completed in 2018. Only 24 projects were selected and from that group, 6 winners were announced at the ceremony.
PARIC was nominated for two projects in separate categories. The Angad Arts Hotel was recognized in the Renovation or Conversion project more than $5 million. The Monogram Building was also nominated in the Public/Private project more than $10 million.
According to the St. Louis Business Journal’s website “the Building St. Louis Awards feature new event venues to apartment projects and timely rehabs to vital multifamily projects as the top real estate construction in the region. This section also highlights the work of the individuals, engineers, architects, general contractors, financial institutions, interior designers and more behind each project.”
Nominees and winners are listed below.
Private Project less than $10 million
Chesterfield Fence & Deck Co.
McBride Homes Design Studio
Winner: The Venue at Maison du Lac
Private project more than $10 million
Winner: 4220 Duncan
Ranken Jordan expansion
Public/Private project less than $10 million
Kristine Kay Hasse Memorial Library/Concordia Seminary
Winner: Rockwell Beer Co.
St. Louis County - Grand Glaize branch
Public/Private project more than $10 million
Jefferson Barracks VA Engineering Warehouse
MetroLink Station & Central West End Platform Extension
The REC Complex
Winner: Soldiers Memorial
Renovation or Conversion project less than $5 million
Winner: Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis Headquarters
House of Miles East St. Louis - Phase I
Renovation or Conversion project more than $5 million
Angad Arts Hotel
Cutlery Building Redevelopment
Winner: Hotel St. Louis
Project of the Year: Gateway Arch