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Sept. 20 Career Resource Center Open House

Sept. 20 Career Resource Center Open House

Sept. 2022 - BJC, Tarlton Corporation and McCarthy Building Companies have launched a Construction and Healthcare Career Resource Center – Thinking Beyond Today. An open house is being held Sept. 20, with local union representatives, school adminstrators and BJC representatives. The Center is located at Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s Campus Renewal Project on Kingshighway.  

Women in Construction

March 2022 - When you think of an industry dominated by men, construction might be one of the first that comes to mind. The Campus Renewal Project is doing its part to change that. Dozens of women, from architects and engineers, to carpenters and project managers, are setting an example for a more diverse future. Meet just a few of the women of Campus Renewal. 

Check out some of the machinery on site

Check out some of the machinery on site

March 2022 - Before the concrete foundation floor and walls can be poured and the new 16-story hospital tower can start to rise from the ground, drill rigs are digging holes into bedrock below for 60+ piers to support the building. Excavators are digging soil and loading it into trucks to haul away. Five feet at a time, an earth retention system and shoring is installed surrounding the site.  

BJC Offers Flu Vaccines to Construction Workers

BJC Offers Flu Vaccines to Construction Workers

December 2021 - BJC HealthCare’s infection prevention specialist Loie Couch vaccinated 15 workers on the Campus Renewal Project at Barnes-Jewish Hospital December 1. That was more than one-third of the workforce in this early stage of the project.

Making connections through BJC's diversity program

Making connections through BJC's diversity program

Nov. 2021 - Cheryl Stoddard, President of Technology Integration Engineering (TIE), credits participation in BJC Planning, Design and Construction’s (PD&C) diversity and inclusion program for the growth of her young company. “The Capacity Building Warehouse (CBW) was a catalyst for where we are today,” says Stoddard. “I would have struggled more if it had not been for applying to BJC’s CBW and making connections through BJC 201.”

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