St. Louis, MO - Guarantee Electrical Company (Guarantee) was recently named as a finalist on two construction projects at the annual AGC Missouri Construction Keystone Awards. With 18 Keystone wins previously, including several project and Subcontractor of Year (SCOTY) awards in the last seven years, Guarantee was nominated for its work on the Ameren Process and Wastewater Treatment Labadie & Rush Island (Specialty/Subcontractor Building Construction Projects $4 million or more), and The Last Hotel (Specialty/Subcontractor Projects $1 million - $4 Million) projects. Both projects represent best-in-class electrical construction and modernization in terms of technology upgrades and long term energy efficiency and sustainability.
Working with General Contractor, Plocher Construction, Guarantee Electrical Company provided electrical construction of an advanced water treatment process for Ameren’s coal-fired generation facilities located in Labadie and Rush Island. The first-of-its-kind sustainability process has proven to completely demineralize wastewater and remove toxics present in water suspended coal-ash.
The Last Hotel is an historic urban renovation project converting International Shoe Company’s “Last Factory”, hence “The Last Hotel”. Beyond typical gut and rehab beautification, the 10-floor building represented a uniquely challenging infrastructure conversion. In addition to the renovation, Guarantee partnered with Paric Corporation and Ameren to upgrade the antiquated early 20th century power supply for a manufacturing facility to a state-of-the-art 21st century power upgrade worthy of any upscale hospitality destination.
The AGC St. Louis Construction Keystone Awards annually celebrates construction excellence and the winners were announced at the awards banquet on November 4, 2019.