McGrath Completes Expansion of Girl Scouts Science and Engineering Program Center in Missouri

by Haisten Willis

MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. — McGrath & Associates has completed the expansion of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri (GSEM) headquarters at 2306 Ball Drive in Maryland Heights. The new Berges Family Girl Scouts Program Center houses programs focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers, health and money management. Oculus Inc. was the architect. Landmark Contract Management represented the owner. McGrath constructed the 6,500-square-foot facility in an existing space adjacent to the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri headquarters. The new program center includes a robotics lab, science area, demonstration kitchen and program studio. Design features include suspended lighting, acoustical ceiling and a glass feature wall. GSEM has more than 43,000 Girl Scout members and 15,000 adult members in the St. Louis area.

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