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BAM has completed numerous carpentry projects with a broad range of expertise in the field.
Some of our current highlights are still in progress, and some of our featured projects are successfully complete. We take pride in each and every step of the carpentry process and our teams execute with only high quality craftsmanship.




Pagedale Senior Apartments

Pagedale Senior Apartments is the construction of a 42 unit apartment building with 38 two bedroom and 4 two bedroom apartments, community rooms, beauty shop, exercise room, private offices, and bank space, financed with a mix of Low Income Tax Credits, New Market Tax Credits and private financing. The project scope includes the construction of a 4‐story, slab‐on‐grade, panelized, wood frame structure with brick veneer, Hardie Plank siding and a flat roof with TPO membrane. Also included is a sitework package consistingng of new utilities, fencing and landscaping. The project is applying for Enterprise Green Communities Certification.

Cambridge Heights Apartments

The Cambridge Heights project consisted of eight new construction, townhomes financed by St. Louis Housing Authority. The project scope included the construction of two story, panelized wood frame structures with brick veneer, vinyl siding and wood roof trusses with asphalt shingle roofing. Each four unit building had a detached garage building at the alley with four single‐car garages each. Also included was a sitework package consisting of all new utilities, extensive grading with new sewer mains at new alley, fencing and landscaping.

Hillsdale Manor Apartments.

The recently completed Hillsdale Manor consisted of 37 new construction single family homes in St. Louis County financed with Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The project scope included the construction of one and two story panelized wood frame structures with brick veneer, vinyl siding and wood roof trusses with asphalt shingle roofing. Also included was a sitework package consisting of demoli tion of abandoned houses, all new utilities, extensive grading with detention basins, fencing and landscaping. The project was certified under the NAHB National Green Building Standards for energy efficiency.

Crown Square

The historic renovation of 78 apartment units and first floor commercial spaces in multiple buildings spanning more than two city blocks in Old North St. Louis. The renovation included significant masonry restoration, all new MEP systems, new roofs, new historic windows and all new finishes. Also included was an extensive sitework package consisting of all new utilities, new streets and sidewalks throughout the project, multiple new parking areas, fencing and landscaping.

Dick Gregory Apartments

The 40 unit Dick Gregory Apartments development in the Ville Neighborhood of St. Louis included 36 historic rehabilitation units and 4 new construction units. The project also included 2 commercial spaces to be used for neighborhood functions and neighborhood preservation efforts. The development was funded in part with Low Income Housing Tax Credits and Federal and State of Missouri Historic Preservation Tax Credits. Extensive masonry, framing and roofing improvements were necessary to bring the early 20th century homes back to life. Other improvements include new plumbing, heating/cooling and electrical systems, new flooring and drywall. Site improvements included new perimeter fencing, sidewalks and landscaping, including sodded yards.

Irving School

This development included a mix of gut rehabilitation of ten existing buildings and the new construction of seven single family homes in the historic Hyde Park neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri, utilizing both Historic and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The rehabilitation included significant masonry restoration, all new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, new roofs, new historic windows and all new finishes. The new infill single family homes incorporated wood frame structures with brick veneer, vinyl siding and wood roof trusses with asphalt shingle roofs. The development also included an extensive sitework package, consisting of all new utilities, and new sidewalks throughout the project, multiple new parking areas, fencing and landscaping.

Eliot Apartments

Located in the historic Hyde Park neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri, this development consisted of the gut rehabilitation of twenty existing buildings, utilizing both Historic and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The rehabilitation included significant masonry restoration, all new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, new roofs, new historic windows and all new finishes. The development also included an extensive sitework package, consisting of all new utilities, new sidewalks throughout the project, multiple new parking areas, fencing and landscaping.

O'Fallon Place

The O'Fallon 1A development located in St. Louis, Missouri was financed through a HUD Green Retrofit Program. Renovation included new HVAC systems, electrical upgrades, new cabinets and countertops in the bathrooms and kitchens, plumbing upgrades, and new flooring in the units and common hallways. All renovations occurred while residents remained in the development.

North Market Place Apartments

The North Market project consisted of the gut rehabilitation of seven historically significant but severely dilapidated buildings. The 32 apartment units and first floor commercial spaces are spread over a seven‐block area in historic Old North St. Louis. The project was financed with Historic and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The rehabilitation included significant masonry restoration, all new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, new roofs, new historic windows and all new finishes. The development also included an extensive sitework package, consisting of all new utilities, new sidewalks throughout the project, multiple new parking areas, fencing and landscaping.

Washington Avenue Apartments

This adaptive re-use of a former Days Inn Motel located in downtown St. Louis provides housing for disabled veterans and involved the use of both Historic and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The gut rehabilitation included new HVAC systems, updates to bathrooms, new kitchens, common hallway upgrades, interior painting, roof replacement, new windows, improvements to the underground parking lots and installation of new elevators.

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