BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-// Calendar//EN METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT UID:tncms-event_14fccb7a-2c4c-11e3-a6de-10604b9f2f2e__schedule_524da09f3d011994870152 CLASS:PUBLIC SUMMARY:Building Pulitzer: Mechanical Systems - event DTSTAMP:20170522T213032Z DTSTART:20131121T000000Z DTEND:20131121T013000Z LOCATION:The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts 3716 Washington Boulevard St. Louis MO 63108 PRIORITY:0 DESCRIPTION:How do you keep a 27,000 square-foot concrete building cool in the summer and warm in the winter? And how do you ensure electricity and water are running throughout the building at all times? Learn the ins and outs of the Pulitzer building’s mechanical system on this tour with Pulitzer Facilities Manager Steve Morby, who oversaw construction of the Pulitzer, Mechanical Engineer Keith Esarey with McClure Engineering, and Mechanical Pipe Fitter David Richard, who consults with Steve to maintain the Pulitzer building. \nIn this ongoing series of colloquia and tours, discover the intricate and unique construction methods developed to the build Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando’s first public commission in the United States. It took four years to construct the building that makes The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts an intersection of art, architecture, and human experience.  \nRegister with Programs Coordinator Philip Matthews at or 314-446-2057. END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR