The chess piece construction began off-site with 9,000 board-feet of 4” Rough Sawn Sapele Mahogany of varying widths. The first step was machining down all of the members to be […]

This two story men’s facility just recently completed is approximately 19,000 square feet of load bearing masonry and steel construction.  The building consists of a partial basement that houses the […]

This project consists of a gut rehab of retail and apartment space in a historic building in the central west end. It includes very sophisticated video and data systems to […]

The construction of this beautiful summer home began with the blasting of the rock bluff to make room for the pool and sauna located on the lower level. This home […]

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Nothing but the best for this Ladue home. Cut limestone, Imported thermally broken steel windows, and cast stone fireplace hearth, surrounds and mantles. Quality at the highest level.

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One by one, imported clay pavers are carefully placed, allowed to set, then grouted and meticulously pointed.

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To stay current with the past, Kevin Bohnenstiehl, Vice-President, attended a seminar sponsored by The Association for Preservation Technology, International. This history lesson, included an outing to The National Building Arts Center, and The City Museum, to study and enjoy some of the preserved artifacts that remain to represent magnificent buildings no longer prominent in the municipal landscape.

The sub-slab is now poured, and ready to accept the imported clay paving tiles. This historic terrace restoration is nearly complete!

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World’s Largest Chess Piece Unveiled at the World Chess Hall of Fame in Saint Louis World Chess Hall of Fame Sets New Guinness World Record With 20 Foot Staunton King […]