PARIC was the construction manager for a new 15,888 sq.ft. city hall and police station for the City of Cottleville, Missouri. The facility is LEED certified – the first for a municipality in St. Charles County. City Hall’s Green features make more efficient use of energy, water and other resources, lowers operating costs and results in a building that provides a more healthful environment both inside and outside. Inside, natural light, low-emitting construction materials, movement-activated off/on lights and multi-thermostatically controlled comfort zones provide a healthful, energy-efficient environment. Outside, rain gardens filter and treat stormwater runoff, Cool Roof Rated shingles reduce the heat island effect, special street lamps reduce night-sky light pollution, and wetlands are restored.
City of Cottleville – City Hall
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City of Lake St. Louis City Hall
PARIC completed the new 9,000 sq.ft. city hall adjoining a 7,700 sq.ft. police facility for Lake Saint Louis. City departments housed in the the facility include administration, community development, finance, parks, and municipal courts.
Wentzville City Hall
This new 44,000 sq. ft. city hall was constructed across the parking lot from the existing Wentzville Police Department. The new structure was built in order to help consolidate city offices to provide more efficiency and better customer service for residents and visitors
Pattonville Fire Protection District House #3
The interior includes eight bunk rooms, three apparatus bays, a weight room, a kitchen and a Westnet Fire Alert System. The existing house #3 was renovated to serve as a district administration and training center.
Gateway Arch & Museum
PARIC Corporation recently helped complete a major renovation to the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial grounds in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. This project provided much-needed revitalization to the iconic riverfront grounds surrounding the Gateway Arch, the most notable feature of the St. Louis skyline.