CenterPoint Energy 1600 S Brentwood Blvd, Brentwood, MO63144 The CenterPoint Energy offices located on Brentwood Boulevard oversee field operations in the area. The utility company…More also has pipelines running through the St. Louis area.
The Research & Planning Group 1750 S Brentwood Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63144 Founded in 1983, The Research & Planning Group is a market research company with offices in the…More Brentwood, St. Louis area. Working with a wide range of clients such as hospitals, manufacturers, advertising and marketing firms, retailer chains, non-profits as well as governmental entities, The Research & Planning Group provides qualitative and quantitative analysis that can be utilized in wide variety of ways. Check out their website to see the client list and view a selection of case studies.
Tripos, Inc. 1699 S Hanley Rd, Saint Louis, MO63144 Established in 1979, Tripos is a chemical research and development company headquartered in St.…More Louis, Mo. It works with a wide range of consumer industries such as pharmaceutical, personal care and food design to find materials and compounds utilized for food, drugs and fragrances. Tripos works with more than 1,000 companies around the globe spanning 46 countries. Visit the website to learn more.
Shine Sunless Tanning Spa 5 Brentwood Promenade Ct, Brentwood, MO63144 Located in the Brentwood Promenade Court, the Shine Sunless Tanning Spa seeks to provide area residents with a flawless…More tan each and every time they step into the studio. Shine utilizes VeraSpa technology and natural, plant-based solutions to ensure that every client's tan comes out perfectly, without the ill effects of harmful ultraviolet rays. Additionally, Shine's staff advise guests on the proper moisturizers and lotions to extend the length of their tan. The studio offers a number of package deals, many of them featuring unlimited tanning for a monthly cost.
This location is the only U.S. office for specialized Flowdrill drill bits, which are manufactured in the…More Netherlands. These aren't the typical drill bits. Flowdrill markets and sells to manufacturers who can utilize its specialty drilling process. The drill bits use frictional heat to create a ring or a collar of metal as the drill makes a hole into a surface. This ring is formed from the displaced material that flows toward the upper surface of the drilled surface and is created in a matter of seconds.
Another of the company's products, the Flowtap, can then be used to create threads within this ring of metal. The product works with mild and stainless steels, copper, brass, aluminum, titanium and most malleable materials.
Flowdrill advertizes that its product is less expensive and faster than the conventional welding and riveting nut manufacturing processes.