Ballpark Village is St. Louis’ first development designed to deliver the excitement of the game day experience outside the stadium walls. As the Construction Manager, PARIC was responsible for the $100 million, 100,000 sq. ft. phase one of Ballpark Village. This space has been specifically designed for Anheuser-Busch’s Budweiser Brew House, a world-class Cardinals Hall of Fame Museum that includes a Cardinals-themed restaurant, and features a seating deck overlooking the Stadium. These destination venues are connected by public event space known as the FOX Sports Midwest Live!
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Salvation Army Veteran’s Housing
Commercial, Historic Renovation, Multi-Family, Public & Municipal
This $9 million, three-story, 48-unit apartment building serves as a bridge for men and women returning from combat as they reintegrate themselves into daily life. The building features, marble countertops, top of the line appliances and a computer lab for residents.
North Park Business Center
The 121,253 sq. ft. tilt-up building includes 180’ deep bays, 28’ clear height, 1 loading dock per 9,000 sq. ft. bay, and 195 automobile parking spaces with room for expansion.
Mercedes Benz of St. Louis
PARIC completed construction on the new Mercedes-Benz of St. Louis car dealership in St. Louis, MO in July of 2014. The facility was relocated from its former location in Ellisville to be more centrally located to its customers. Much of the facility, including the service garage, was constructed underground due to limitations on above-ground space in an urban site. The structure consists of a 60,000 sq. ft. cast-in-place concrete structure for the service area and showroom, as well as a 34,000 sq. ft. parking garage for the storage of additional vehicles.
Enterprise St. Louis Airport Facility
PARIC completed construction on the new Enterprise Rent-a-Car Airport location in April of 2015. The project is comprised of three buildings, the 13,500 sq.ft. Office Building, the 3,700 sq.ft. Car Wash/Maintenance Building, and the 500 sq.ft. Fuel Utility Building, all spanning a five-acre site.