Links and Resources
Mortar products that withstand the test of time along with coating and sealant products for years of extended protection against the elements.
"AIAOnline is a comprehensive family of online services designed especially for architects. First introduced in August 1996 on the Internet, AIAOnline has grown remarkably in the quality and quantity of information and services."
"The Brick Institute of America is a non-profit trade association representing the manufacturers of brick in the United States. BIA's membership is comprised of more than 150 plants and accounts for approximately 90% of the more than 7 billion brick produced in the United States each year."
"The mission of the Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA) is to advance and serve the common interest of its members as well as to enhance their position as industry leaders and innovators. MCAA is the leader for the mason contractor in the legislative process, education, training, research, promotion, and safety."
"The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA), established in 1918, is the national trade association representing the concrete masonry industry."
"The Home Builders Association of Greater St. Louis began in 1934 when seven builders started the Builder's Guild. In the sixty-plus years since, the HBA has grown to over 1,100 members and is one of the most active local building industry associations across the country."
A trade association of Commercial real estate professionals across the country. From its headquarters in Washington, DC, BOMA has launched successful lobbying campaigns on everything from environmental issues such as indoor air quality, to real estate and tax legislation, to telecommunications reform and electric utility deregulation, to health, accessibility and safety regulations in just the past decade.
KSDK's story regarding graffiti and Staat's donated removal from Soldiers Memorial:
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Key Benefits of James G. Staat Tuckpointing Inc.
Staat, Inc. has completed some of the largest and most prestigious historical preservation projects in the greater Midwest - Missouri, Illinois and Iowa to name a few, as well as national collaborations with various contractors. The historical value that is innate to these buildings is multiplied when we create the renovation that brings them back to life and adds to their longevity. We take modern concepts, paired with contemporary products to create a unique blueprint to solve some of the most challenging historical renovation projects in the 21st century.
We have a large team of masonry artisans who are timely, courteous, and efficient with an unmatched level of quality in the trade and dedication to detail. Our vast knowledge of the variety of restoration project types and processes, allows us to say with confidence, that we can handle your masonry restoration project, whatever the size or scope of work; with targeted resourcefulness, we are able to offer our services to work with your budget.
Our ingenuity and efficiencies offer modern strategies to align your project with our vast knowledge of industry best practices and years of experienced, complex historical restoration and new construction projects. With our inventory of up-to-date equipment, we can configure access to a building with the least amount of interruption to building ownership.
Close relationships with preservation consultants provide us with a cutting edge in historical tuckpointing projects. We also stand by our relationships with our vendors in professional, historical preservation techniques and products.
Our team is constantly keeping up-to-date with training and continuing education from manufacturers and union training programs, to stay alert and knowledgeable on the latest advances and techniques available in our industry. You won’t find a better team who genuinely cares about the goals of the project and takes pride in their work on a daily basis.