Section of Forest Park Pkwy. to Close for a Year for $10 Million ProjectThe section that runs beneath Kingshighway with be raised to make entrance to Barnes-Jewish Hospital easier.
Group to Publicly Reject Centene Expansion ProjectThe meeting is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. tomorrow at Wydown Middle School.
Changes Coming to I-44 and South Grand on ThursdayBy late Thursday afternoon crews will have re-opened Lafayette between Louisiana and Grand, re-connecting drivers from westbound I-44 to Grand.
Busch Stadium Could Get New NeighborA new office building is planned for downtown St. Louis - the first new construction in a long time.
CityArchRiver Continues to Make Progress on Arch GroundsAll the pathways should be open by the end of the year.
New Trolley in Delmar Loop on Schedule to Open in 2017Officials say the construction is costing $51 million and will take around three years for them to break even.
Redevelopment Projects Surge in St. Louis NeighborhoodsThere are definitely winners and losers in the construction game, but some neighborhoods are seeing an incredible rate of revival.
Overhead Wires to Be Installed on Loop TrolleyDelmar Boulevard will close today at DeBaliviere Avenue from 6 a.m. to around 2 p.m.
Creve Coeur Bond Issue Would Fund New Police HQThe Creve Coeur City Council unanimously approved putting a measure on the November ballot to raise nearly $10.7 million for the project.
Illinois Unemployment Rate Falls, Mirrors Workforce Rate
How Would Trump, Clinton Get Construction Industry Humming Again?St. Louis Homebuilders Association president Kim Hibbs was in Detroit to hear each presidential candidate's plan to revitalize the construction industry.
Residents Collect 2,000 Signatures, Try to Stop Apartment ConstructionJHB Properties is seeking to build 10 residential buildings, a community center and pool near Tesson Ferry and Bauer Roads.