Kienlen erected 535 tons of structural steel as part of the SSM Health St. Joseph West Vertical Expansion Project. The three-story vertical expansion took place above the existing, fully-operational hospital. Special attention was given to sequencing and execution to minimize disruption to patient rooms below. Scope also included seismic upgrades to the existing foundation and […]
Kienlen performed multiple trade packages for the SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital Campus Renewal Project. The project includes a 602,000-square-foot hospital with 316 private patient rooms, a Level I trauma center and emergency department, large intensive care unit, and other patient amenities. During construction, Kienlen set 8,000 pieces of structural steel for the 10-floor […]
Kienlen’s scope of work involves structural steel erection and precast wall installation. Phase one, which consisted of 70 precast panels, included updating the heating and cooling to sustain the larger areas. As a testament to the efficiency and quality of work during this phase, Nike awarded Kienlen phases two through four focus on adding space […]
Simultaneously employing two cranes, Kienlen efficiently and safely set more than 1,400 precast concrete panels during construction of IKEA’s new 385,000-square-foot retail store in St. Louis. Kienlen used two raising gangs in tandem to expedite completion of their scope, allowing the project’s general contractor to proceed on schedule.