This summer, work was completed on an extensive utility infrastructure upgrade project at the 200-year-old north campus of Saint Louis University. More than 33,000 linear ft of new infrastructure was installed as part of the project, which used sophisticated underground mapping, virtual design, and construction planning to upgrade electric, gas, chilled water, and communications systems. The work creates a fully private SLU system separate from the city of St. Louis.
The age and tightness of SLU’s existing public and private underground utility conditions complicated the project. SLU is the oldest university west of the Mississippi, and its main campus
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