Tarlton lauded for Olin expansion

Congratulations to our friends at Tarlton construction for recognition at the recent St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers (SLCCC) annual awards for best practices and inclusion advocacy.

Accepting a 2014 Best Practices Award for the Olin Business School Expansion at Washington University in St. Louis are (front row, from left) Tarlton project manager Sondra Rotty and project assistant Kelly Santacruz; and (back row) Jerry Anderson of Ameren, SLCCC chairman; Cameron Denison, Tarlton project manager; Frank Freeman, Washington University project manager; Joshua Fisk, Tarlton senior project engineer; and Hiram Warner, SLCCC Awards Committee member. Photo courtesy of St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers. - See more at: http://www.rejournals.com/2015/01/12/tarlton-corp-earns-best-practices-award-for-work-at-washington-university-in-st-louis/#sthash.NO5pFHGT.dpuf

Accepting a 2014 Best Practices Award for the Olin Business School Expansion at Washington University in St. Louis are (front row, from left) Tarlton project manager Sondra Rotty and project assistant Kelly Santacruz; and (back row) Jerry Anderson of Ameren, SLCCC chairman; Cameron Denison, Tarlton project manager; Frank Freeman, Washington University project manager; Joshua Fisk, Tarlton senior project engineer; and Hiram Warner, SLCCC Awards Committee member. Photo courtesy of St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers.

Tarlton was honored for their work on Knight Hall and Bauer Hall completed in March 2014. Here is the citation for their award:

Olin School of Business – Washington University in St. Louis was recognized for material management. Team members were Washington University; Tarlton; Moore Ruble Yudell Architects and Planners; Mackey Mitchell Architects; BurroHappold Engineering; William Tao & Associates; KPFF Engineers; and Cole.  Switches to precast from poured in place to fight a winter time frame;  pre-assembly of the building’s centerpieces –  a 90-foot-by-90-foot unsupported skylight— in the fabricator’s yard to avoid on-site glitches; and prefabrication of mechanical systems, saving 90 days out of the schedule allowed the 22-month project to finish on time.

Read story on the Construction Forum St. Louis website.

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