FAULTLESS HISTORY: The Story of the Faultless Event Space

Faultless historic building

EARLY HISTORY

The Faultless Starch/ Bon Ami building and Faultless event space has its roots back to 1886, when Major Thomas G. Beaham came to Kansas City and bought into a company selling coffee, tea and spices. Later after adding the formula for Faultless Starch and bringing in Bon Ami products to the line, the company was renamed Faultless Starch/Bon Ami Company.

The Beaham family has been at the helm of the company since its founding, with most family members serving the company for 50 years.

TODAY

Faultless Starch building

In 2009, the corporate office renovation was completed. Visitors to West 8th Street in Kansas City's Central Industrial District will see Faultless' renovated and historically registered office building, high efficiency manufacturing plant and state-of-the-art warehousing facility - together - surrounded by clean well-lit streets and secure parking.

Faultless' long-time commitment to the environment were embraced in the design phase of the redevelopment plan. The campus uses a variety of: roof solar panel technology, rain collection systems, recycled/re-purposed lumber.

The Faultless Event Space is located on the first floor of the Faultless Starch/Bon Ami building in Kansas City, Missouri, which since Lewis & Clark, has been regarded as an ideal commercial distribution point, being near the geographic center of North America, near the confluence of the Missouri River and the Kansas River; and served by major lines and highways.

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