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In April we officially celebrated the company's 40th anniversary. We got our start early in 1979 when Paul and Rick founded the company on the idea of developing innovative solutions to streamline the construction process.
 
After 40 years, people still make the difference
In April we officially celebrated the company's 40th anniversary. We got our start early in 1979 when Paul and Rick founded the company on the idea of developing innovative solutions to streamline the construction process. With that approach, PARIC quickly grew from a small construction company to an industry leader.

Paul and Rick began the business in a small, 1.200 sq. ft. office in the Westport area of St. Louis with the credo of "People Make the Difference."

Joe McKee has continued to grow the business by staying true to the principles upon which the company was founded. Most importantly, having great people who can develop innovative solutions for our clients.

As part of our celebration, we produced a video to take a look back at where we started and where we plan to go in the years ahead.

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WORK IN PROGRESS
ACTIVE PROJECTS
Union Station Train Park
Many exciting improvements to the Train Park at Union Station. One of the most anticipated pieces is the St. Louis Wheel, a 200-foot tall 43 gondola Ferris wheel which is being installed near the Hard Rock Cafe.

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Friendship Village - Sunset Hills
PARIC is in the process of expanding several facilities on Friendship Village’s sprawling 52-acre campus. Among the many campus improvements, we are building a new five-story, 128,000 sq. ft. independent living building with garage.

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One Cardinal Way
One Cardinal Way will be a 29-story, 570,135 sq. ft. mixed-use luxury apartment building located in Ballpark Village. This 297-unit community features views of the ballpark, and will include 527 parking spaces.

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SPOTLIGHT
COMPLETED PROJECTS
Maryville Student Housing
This 46,052 sq. ft. Phase 2 addition to Saints Hall consists of four levels of student housing units consisting of 216 total student beds. The building exterior matches the Phase 1 exterior, with Nichiha siding/brick veneer exterior, aluminum windows, glass curtainwall, and TPO roof.

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Enterprise Center Renovations
Take a look back at the recently completed renovations focused on hockey fans and concert-goers at the newly minted Enterprise Center. Improvements were made to each level of the arena creating gathering spaces for fans, elevating the food and beverage experience, and improving public spaces.

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Angad Arts Hotel
The Angad Arts Hotel is now open in Midtown’s Grand Center Arts District. This long-vacant 12-story building was transformed into a 146-unit boutique hotel with a rooftop bar, the Grand Tavern restaurant, and commercial space. Guests are able to choose their room type as well as their emotion of color.

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IN THE NEWS
PARIC IN THE NEWS
 
Drew Siebert to lead multifamily and historic renovation markets

April 15, 2019
PARIC is happy to welcome our newest Project Executive to the team, Drew Siebert. Drew leads the historic renovation and multi-family markets and is responsible for marshaling all of the necessary in-house and external resources to achieve our client’s goals.

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Local NAWIC chapter gets a surprise from Women in Construction Week efforts

May 10, 2019

We asked women on our social media channels to share their stories about working in the construction industry during Women in Construction Week. For every response, share, or comment we would donate $50 to our local NAWIC National - U.S.A. chapter. The response was huge!
Wheelchair ramp changes the outlook for a local family

March 20, 2019

A teenager in south St. Louis has a lot to celebrate after receiving a life-changing gift. Kristian Booker, 14, has cerebral palsy. He lives with his grandmother, Vinita Booker. Their home is not wheelchair accessible.

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