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ST. LOUIS — KAI Design & Build has completed St. Louis City’s Gateway Transportation Center located at Spruce and 15th streets near Scottrade Center. KAI Design & Build provided architectural services, as well as plumbing and fire protection engineering services for the project. A 37,000-square-foot terminal building was completed in August. The $27 million multi-modal building provides facilities for Amtrak passenger trains and Greyhound bus services in a single 700-foot-long structure. A MetroLink light-rail station, a local bus transfer station and a taxi stand are situated adjacent to the new building. Train passengers walk through an enclosed glass walkway to reach the Amtrak train platforms at one end of the facility. On the north wing of the building, Greyhound has 10 bus bays. The project, which was completed in four phases, was funded by federal, state and local government agencies, with participation from Amtrak, Greyhound and MetroLink. The general contractor, St. Louis-based K&S Associates, began working on the project in 2006.

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