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Amazing Project in West Paseo

Fogel-Anderson worked with A. Zahner to expand their Metalabs facility in the West Paseo neighborhood of KC.  The innovative structure will add needed production and office space on the inside, while illustrating Metalabs’ innovative structural capabilities on the inside. https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2017/12/13/photo-tour-a-zahner-company-facility-expansion.html    

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Fogel-Anderson Receives Multiple ABC Awards

Fogel-Anderson received several awards at the ABC 2017 Excellence in Construction (EIC) Awards Ceremony last week at Arrowhead Stadium.  Cosentinos Market at Bluhawk received an EIC Award for Commercial Projects in the $5 – 10M range.  Journey Church International received an EIC Award for Institutional Projects in the Under $5M range. Fogel-Anderson also received a Diamond Level STEP Award for …

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Solar Eclipse – 2017

Fogel-Anderson employees gathered at the office, which happens to be in West Paseo and on the edge of the Totality, for a company meeting, lunch, and group viewing of the eclipse today. We passed out souvenir viewing glasses and Buy-One-Get-One-Free vouchers for new retinas.

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Cosentinos Market at Bluhawk Opens

The Overland Park Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the new Cosentinos Market at Bluhawk.  The 60,000sf grocery store was built by Fogel-Anderson Construction and designed by Slaggie Architects for Price Brothers Development, Cosentinos, and Associated Wholesale Grocers.

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Fogel-Anderson Breaks Ground at Paragon Star

“You can always amend a big plan, but you can never expand a little one.” Mike Downing, the director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development, used that Harry Truman quote Wednesday to congratulate entrepreneur and developer Phillip “Flip” Short on the grand vision behind his $400 million Paragon Star project. But judging from the pieces not yet in place …

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Fogel-Anderson Added to the Paragon Star Team

Fogel-Anderson Construction has been named Program Manager for the $212 Million development along the I-470 corridor in Lees Summit, MO. The 130 acre project will include a large soccer complex, apartments, offices, and first-to-market restaurants. Fogel-Anderson’s Program Management services on the project include master scheduling, budgeting, sequencing, and infrastructure oversight.