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MEMBER AND CHAPTER NEWS AGC SAN DIEGO CHAPTER'S INDUSTRY-WIDE BLOOD DRIVE BREAKS RECORD! AGC San Diego's Build and Serve Committee initiated a construction industry-wide blood drive four years ago as part of the committee's efforts to offer opportunities for the construction industry to give back to its community. In 2011, the effort resulted in 143 pints collected. In 2012 and 2013 respectively, the effort resulted in 174 and 230 pints collected. But this year's blood drive exceeded all expectations. After a two-day effort, a record 326 pints were collected! To put this in perspective....at this time of year, San Diego County hospitals use about 350 pints per day. Therefore, the 2014 blood drive collected about 93 percent of the total blood needed for the county for one day. This summer's event will help save the lives of over 900 people; moreover, during the holidays when the San Diego Blood Bank's supply drops - as it does in the summer months - our drive is critical to help keep hundreds of people supplied with the blood they need during, and right after, the holiday months. Over 285 donors participated - most were employees of AGC member firms. Nine AGC contractors allowed the San Diego Blood Bank to use their facilities as donor sites and each site had members of the committee serve as coordinators. Each contractor also donated refreshments and food for those that donated at their site. Special thanks to AGC San Diego host companies: Acme Safety & Supply Corp.; EricksonHall Construction Co.; Gerdau Reinforcing Steel; PRAVA Construction Services, Inc.; Sherwood Mechanical, Inc.; Dynalectric Company; Helix Electric, Inc.; RQ Construction, LLC; and TC Construction Co., Inc. AGC San Diego Chapter thanks all its members throughout San Diego County that took time out of their busy days to donate. In addition, hospital patients in the San Diego most assuredly appreciate AGC's generosity.  @Constr uctor Ma g TARLTON MANAGING CONSTRUCTION OF 700 MARKET FOR THE KOMAN GROUP Tarlton Corp., a St. Louis-based general contracting and construction management firm and a member of multiple AGC chapters, is working for The Koman Group to help redevelop the historic 700 Market building in downtown St. Louis. The renovated building will be occupied by The Laclede Group once completed. Tarlton was awarded a contract for core and shell preconstruction services and renovation of the 130,000-sq-ft, distinctive six-story building, one of the younger buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1979, architect Philip Johnson was named the inaugural winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize for his design of the building, which has been vacant since 2004. Working with Koman and HOK, architect for the 700 Market core and shell, Tarlton's scope of work includes demolition and renovation of interior areas for common corridor and circulation spaces, renovation of mechanical-electrical-plumbing systems, elevator work, specialty metal refinishing and painting. The site plaza at the north corner of the building is being renovated and will include a water feature. The team also is working on a contained landscaped area with trees and natural gas lamps on the east side of the site, plus renovation of the S E P T E MB E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 4 | www.constructormagazine.com 63 http://www.constructormagazine.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Constructor - September/October 2014

Editor’s Note
President’s Message
CEO’s Letter
All for One and One for All
Elector Set
The Construction Advocacy Fund: Funding the Fight
New Revenue Recognition Standard Developed With Construction Industry Input
Business Development
Enhancing the Design and Impact of Company Websites
Construction’s Crystal Ball
Simonson Says
AGC in Action
Squeaky Clean Construction
Spray Polyurethane Foam: A Candid Look
Technology Toolbox
Legislative and Regulatory News
Member and Chapter News
2014 Insurance Directory
Government Affairs
Index to Advertisers
Final Inspection

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