Higher Education

For over six decades, Tarlton has excelled in construction for higher education, completing complex projects for highly respected colleges and universities.

We’re experts at: 

▪    Understanding and carrying out your mission
▪    Bringing the best possible value to your project
▪    Communicating and collaborating with multiple stakeholders
▪    Building schedules around academic calendars
▪    Working on busy campuses and in sensitive environments
▪    Anticipating and overcoming construction challenges
▪    Delivering successful projects and happy clients

 

What we’ve built … a small sample

Illinois State University
Softball dugout concrete repairs

University of Missouri-Columbia
Lafferre Hall Renovations and Repairs, Softball Stadium Complex, garage repairs, power plant work

University of Missouri-St. Louis
South Campus Parking Structure

Saint Louis University
Site work and pedestrian malls, DuBourg Hall Renovation, Macelwane Hall Renovation

St. Louis Community College at Forest Park
Parking structure, Center for Nursing and Health Sciences (in preconstruction)

Washington University in St. Louis
Bryan Hall Renovation (in construction), Olin Business School Expansion (Knight and Bauer Halls), Simon Hall Renovations, Anheuser-Busch Law Building Renovations, Seigle Hall, Liggett & Koenig Residential College, Knight Executive Education Center, Rudolph Hall (Earth & Planetary Sciences), Utilities work, Throop Parking Garage

Washington University School of Medicine
McDonnell Medical Sciences Molecular Oncology Renovation, Center for Advanced Medicine Orthopaedic Surgery and clinical expansions, Radiology and OBGYN Relocation, office expansions and renovations

Webster University
Garden Avenue Parking Garage Expansion

Our Higher Education team leaders: Cameron Denison, Dale Harvey, Sondra Rotty, Jason Bretz

R. Dale Harvey Jr. 
Market Executive, Higher Education
314-633-3447

From the day they started until they handed the keys over to us, Tarlton took care of it as if they were building their own home.

Mahendra Gupta, Dean (now retired), Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis