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Center for Orthopedic Sports Medicine
Barnes Jewish / Washington University
Chesterfield, MO

In a joint partnership with Clayco, TW Constructors provided a full 60,000-square foot interior finish for the new Center for Orthopedic Sports Medicine in Chesterfield, MO.  The interior finish was completed in 6 months and features a full service orthopedic surgery center, support offices, an MRI suite, rehab facilities, exam rooms, and medical offices.  The facility features enhanced green technology services including: HVAC systems, low flush toilets­, and water conserving features. ­­­­


Des Peres Office Condos
Des Peres, MO

Constructed on an inclined site of less than 5 acres, this 36,000-square foot project is as unique as the land it’s built on.  This steel erected, multi-phase tilt complex offered several challenges from the beginning including removing a portion of the hill, filling 18’ deep voids, and erecting a 20’ modular retaining wall.  Additionally, 2 retention ponds were created, one from structural concrete anchored to bed rock and the other by breaking out an area solid rock on site.  Working with local utility companies, water, telephone, and electric extensions were established on the site.

Lumière Place Hotel
Lumière Hotel
St. Louis, MO

This 8-story 295-room hotel was acquired by Lumière Place to complement their new downtown St. Louis casino.  The existing hotel required a complete remodel of all interior common areas and guests’ rooms.  Focus was placed on the 8-story opened Atrium adding a 4-story waterfall with reflecting pool.  To provide a modern welcoming to the hotel, a glass canopy was erected and additional up-lighting was installed to highlight the buildings 100% brick tuckpointing and new windows.

Progress West Medical Office Building
Progress West Medical Office Building
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Progress West Medical Office Building
Barnes Jewish Christian
O’Fallon, MO

TW Constructors was retained by BJC HealthCare to construct a new 60,000 square foot Medical Office Building to complement their existing Progress West Hospital.  The new Medical Office Building required electrical and mechanical design/build scopes as well as a connecting breezeway from the new Medical Office Building ground floor to the main level of the existing BJC Progress West Hospital.  Finishing package for the project included doctor offices’, therapy treatment, and imaging.

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World Wide Technology Headquarters
World Wide Technology
St. Louis, MO

To compete with today's tech companies, World Wide Technology commissioned TW Constructors and Clayco to design and build their new 208,000-square foot state-of-the-art headquarters in St. Louis.  Built on the Sheraton Lake, the projects first battle was to restructure the existing MSD rain water retention lake to accommodate the site plan while ensuring the re-designed basin could still retain the same amount of water.

Design incorporates a 280-person underground auditorium wired to provide all guests with the latest technological needs.  Additionally, the building is the 1st DIRTT (Do It Right This Time) built project in St. Louis that incorporates modular partition walls for ease of growth.  The building, which sits at water edge with a portion of the building extending over the lake, includes a 5-story parking garage that will accommodate 768 cars.

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World Wide Technology
Advanced Technology Center

World Wide Technology - Advanced Technology Center
World Wide Technology
St. Louis, MO

World Wide Technology retained TW Constructors to complete an entire DEMO and remodel of their existing Advanced Technology Center.

The project required a complete gut of the existing building while ensuring daily business and servers were not interrupted.  The 26,000-square foot ­­­center included an 8,000-square foot data center, state-of-the-art conference rooms and auditorium, with exterior work to provide a uniform look to the other buildings on campus.