Corporate Headquarters

Corporate Headquarters

JEMA's design for a new corporate headquarters located in Clayton, MO is a reflection of the evolving culture of the company. Openness and transparency are its essential drivers, and the design is a physical manifestation of those values.

HM Capital

HM Capital

JEMA's design was focused on aligning HM Capital's space and aesthetics with their evolving and changing client demographic. As client's wealth migrates from Baby Boomers to Gen X and now to Millennials, a new and fresh look was necessary.

Booksource

Booksource

Listed as one of the “Top Workplaces” and “Fastest Growing Companies” in 2014, Booksource is a national book wholesaler and an incredible company. Founded by Sandy Jaffe in 1974, Booksource is a family-run business that exemplifies a family values-based company.  

United Bags

United Bags

United Bags, one of the nation's leading providers of agricultural and industrial bags, has relocated their national headquarters to Creve Coeur, MO. They purchased the existing 180,000 sq. ft "Bauer Building" at the intersection of Bauer Road and North Warson Road. 

Edward Jones World Headquarters

Edward Jones World Headquarters

Edward Jones' new global headquarters, located in St. Louis, MO, is directly adjacent to their original headquarters which is the iconic Community Federal building designed by HOK in the 1960's.  The new headquarters anchors the prominent intersection of Highway 270 and Manchester Road.

Ferguson Fire Station

Ferguson Fire Station

Fire Station No. 1 in Ferguson, MO is a 24-hour Mission Critical facility. The station features a drive-through apparatus bay, 3 story training tower, community center and training room, fitness center, day room, kitchen, and individual shift bunk room suites.

Northeast Ambulance and Fire Protection District

Northeast Ambulance and Fire Protection District

For the first time in over thirty years, the residents of the Northeast Ambulance and Fire Protection District (NEAFD) voted to authorize the funds for a new fire station headquarters. NEAFD, which serves seventeen municipalities in St. Louis County including the University of Missouri St. Louis, is one of the busiest districts in all of St. Louis County.

Ferguson Police Headquarters

Ferguson Police Headquarters

The City of Ferguson’s original Police Headquarters was built in 1979, and was in critical need of upgrades and improvements.

Maplewood Fire Station

Maplewood Fire Station

The current Maplewood Fire Station is embedded within the city’s City Hall and Police Station municipal complex located along Manchester Road. The decades-old station is antiquated and no longer meets the needs of a modern fire-fighting force.
The new 20,500 sq. ft. facility is located on a prominent corner site at the intersection of Manchester Road and Bredell Avenue.

Ferguson Community Center

Ferguson Community Center

In 2012, the city acquired St. Theresa of Caluctta Church and Grade School intending to transform the 1960s building into their new Community Center. Ferguson hired JEMA to plan, program, and design the first dedicated Community Center in the city’s 120-year history.

Gamlin Whiskey House

Gamlin Whiskey House

The Gamlin family of restaurants expanded with the opening of Gamlin Whiskey House in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis, MO. JEMA designed the 3,000 sq. ft. space, which required a "gut" renovation of an existing historic building located on a prominent corner at Euclid and Maryland Avenue.

Ranken Technical College — Rodenheiser West

Ranken Technical College — Rodenheiser West

Ranken Technical College continues its expansion with the completion of its latest new technology laboratory: Rodenheiser West, located in their north St. Louis campus. The new 30,500-sq.-ft. facility will provide "hands on" lab and shop space for Ranken's students. 

Wydown Middle School

Wydown Middle School

In 2009 the citizens of Clayton, MO authorized the funding for the school district’s first new ground-up middle school since 1942. The project was daunting and complex, and required a design that would respect the surrounding historic context, allow the existing middle school to remain operational during the three-year construction period and deliver the full program desired by the school district on a site that is only 4.25 acres.