Chesterfield, MO, is a second-ring western suburb of St. Louis and the largest city in west St. Louis County. Missouri Life named it a Top 10 Town in 2011 for cities with a population between 2,500 to 50,000. Additionally, the Missouri Arts Council named it a ‘Creative Community’ 2011. The present-day city comprises of several smaller historical communities.
The National Register of Historic Places lists Governor Bates’ “Thornhill” as one of four historic sites in Chesterfield. Leicester and Mary Faust donated the first 98 acres to the St. Louis County Parks system, and part of this was the Governor Bates site. This started Faust Park. Today, Faust Park contains an updated playground, historical village, walking trail, a functional circa-1920 carousel, and the “The Butterfly House.” Because of this, a giant cement butterfly sculpture by Bob Cassilly stands nearby. The Spirit of St. Louis Airport, used for corporate aviation, lies in Chesterfield Valley. The valley also boasts the longest outdoor strip mall in America. Additionally, Reinsurance Group of America, Dierbergs, Kellwood, and Broadstripe all have their headquarters in Chesterfield.
With so many homes and businesses located in Chesterfield, there are plenty of opportunities for electrical services in Chesterfield, MO. Whatever your electrical needs, Concept Electrical is here to help with our emergency electrical services for residential, business, or industrial areas.