Join us for our annual green building tour! This year, we are excited to visit the Missouri Foundation for Health headquarters in the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood (aka the Grove). The 2.6 acre campus is a great example of adaptive reuse, repurposing a former Iron works and two multi-tenant buildings to create a unified space and adds to the fabric of a neighborhood while promoting wellness, inclusivity and resiliency. The project is pursuing LEED certification and offers great indoor and outdoor spaces for MFH staff and tenants.
Free – Members of Missouri Gateway Green Building Council and full time students / please note – you must be logged into your account to receive free member pricing!
$25.00 – NON-Members
Submitted for AIA CES Approval and GBCI LEED Specific Approval (BD+C)
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