Gateway Arch National Park, St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis’ Gateway Arch National Park reopened in a significant public ceremony.

On July 3, 2018, St. Louis’ Gateway Arch National Park reopened in a significant public ceremony. The tallest national monument in the United States at 630 feet, the Arch’s surroundings have been redesigned and updated to include a renovated and expanded museum, as well as a landscaped park acting as a land bridge over the sunken lanes of I-44.

Photo Left to Right: Bruce Hallgarth P.E., CCM, PMI-RMP, LEED AP, Program Manager, Alpha Corporation; Wayne Neiman, Inspector, Paric; John Rippy, MEP Inspector, Paric; Rick Jordan, P.E., Program Manager, Paric; Richard Wiik, R.A., Project Manager, Alpha Corporation; Tom Reed, P.E., Estimator/Inspector, Paric; Brian Kunz, Construction Manager, Pangea; Patrick Boyle, Program Construction Manager, Alpha Corporation; Zack Snovelle, RLA, Construction Manager/Inspector, SWT Design; Craig Schluter, Construction Manager, Navigate; James Fredeking, Inspector, Paric.

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Photo Credit: Justin Staggs and Gateway Arch Park Foundation