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ST LOUIS-Locally-based Tarlton Corp. has become a joint venture partner on the $100-million National Archives and Record Administrations facility. The 474,690-square-foot project at 1829 Dunn Rd., coming out of the ground on 23 acres, was first announced in October 2008, according to an article today in the St. Louis Business Journal.

The partnership came about after Atlanta-based Barry Real Estate Cos. broke away from the Atlanta-based Skanska USA Building, the project’s lead general contractor. After Skanska was dropped, Barry tapped Tarlton to joint venture the project with Hardin Construction, also Atlanta based.

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