S. M. Wilson Supports Luke’s SkyWalkers in Cardinal Glennon’s Sun Run

Oct 11, 2018 | St. Louis, MO

Throughout the year, Wilsonites spend their time supporting causes and non-profit organizations they are passionate about. Beyond the Build, S. M. Wilson encourages employees to be involved in our community and the communities we work in around the country. On September 30, S. M. Wilson sponsored 16 runners on the Luke’s SkyWalkers team at the […]

Clean Sweep 2018: Revitalizing St. Louis Neighborhoods

Jul 31, 2018 | St. Louis, MO

S. M. Wilson recently joined volunteers with Clean Sweep 2018 at the Penrose and Kingsway East neighborhoods to bring new life to areas in the city challenged with condemned homes and overgrown lots. Launched by Better Family Life in 2017, Clean Sweep is a neighborhood clean-up initiative that brings together local residents, volunteers from throughout […]

Construction Deal Finalized for Phase 1 of City Foundry STL

Jul 26, 2018 | St. Louis, MO

S. M. Wilson has finalized a construction deal for phase 1 of the much anticipated City Foundry STL project. The agreement includes current and future contracts, which will consist of the construction and renovation of six buildings, improvements to the 10-acre site, as well as construction of over 60 tenant spaces. The agreement is expected […]

Habitat for Humanity New Headquarters and ReStore Nearing Completion

Apr 19, 2018 | St. Louis, MO

S. M. Wilson’s Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis (HFHSL) project is nearing completion as the construction crew and team of volunteers complete the final phases of the new headquarters and ReStore. The $2.1 million project kicked off in December 2017 when the need arose for a more functional, cost-effective space. Since 2002, the organization’s headquarters […]

Forging a Path: Being a Woman in Construction by Amy Berg, President

Mar 05, 2018 | St. Louis, MO

Being a woman in an industry predominantly and historically pursued by men does not have to be the incredible struggle it was decades ago. Fortunately, women have pioneered their way into most construction-related careers. These women, our mentors, entered into classrooms, worked in offices, engaged around conference tables, walked onto project sites and earned leadership positions […]