|Children’s Home & Aid Society|
100 N. Western Avenue
20,000 sq. ft.
Architect: Techno Ltd.
Job completed: Fall 2009
Contact: Anne L. Barclay
|The architect for the project was responsible for all CM work. Techno Ltd. needed assistance and hired CMC.|
CMC was responsible for the RFP’s and ultimate hiring of the GC, wiring vendor and moving contractor.
The job was a complete gut. Because over 50% of the project involved base building upgrades; new fan room with all new heating and cooling, electric service, base building bathrooms and floor leveling. The building hired Techno and CMC to oversee their part of the project as well.
CMC was responsible for all construction and coordination between all contractors, the building and specialty sub-contractors.
|Lakeshore Food Advisors|
20 N. Wacker Drive
4,000 sq. ft.
Broker: John Kinsella, Grubb-Ellis
Job completed: Fall 2009
Contact: Mary Burke
|CMC was responsible for hiring the architect, general contractor, |
wiring sub-contractors and furniture vendor.
Job consisted of minor remodeling, all new finishes, rewiring the
entire suite and assisted in the pricing of all furniture.CMC was
responsible for hiring the architect, general contractor, wiring
sub-contractors and furniture vendor.
|The Hanley Group|
Board of Trade, 141 W. Jackson Ave.
Four separate projects
total sq. ft. = 15,000
Projects ran throughout 2009.
Last job completed January 2010
Contact: Sean Molina
by The Hanley Group to remodel their existing spaces as well as the
expansion into new spaces for traders as well as technicians.|
In the end, CMC assisted The Hanley Group with the selection of the GC, furniture vendors and wiring contractors.
CMC worked with the selected architect and engineering firm to plan out all spaces.
The job added power from the base building (4 floors down) and new HVAC supplemental AC units to handle the new people/trading loads.
Space was expanded to add 60 new traders with all necessary wiring, power and AC.
In addition to all trading spaces the projects also included the creation of new conference rooms, technical support areas and a general upgrading of finishes throughout The Hanley Group’s existing spaces.
Hired by The Hanley Group to remodel their existing spaces as well as the expansion into new spaces for traders as well as technicians.
|Belongia Shapiro & Franklin|
20 S. Clark Street
10,000 sq. ft.
Broker: Geoff Euston, U.S. Equities
Job completed: Summer 2009
Contact: Mark Belongia
building treated this as a turn-key project. CMC assisted in the
selection of the GC and CMC was responsible for all wiring and furniture
as well as the move. Remodeled space included new ceiling, lighting,
sound insulation in walls and upgraded finishes.|
Working with the client, CMC assisted Mark Belongia in taking a tired old space and turning it into a beautiful attorney’s office with state of the art technology.
Lake Zurich, IL
Bank of America
Job completed: Summer 2010
Contact: Glenn Hamilton
@ Bank of America
has worked with Bank of America for the past few years. Was hired to
oversee the construction of a 4,000 sq. ft. custom home, built for a
wheel chair bound client. The Bank had hired the architect, engineers
and the General Contractor before CMC was engaged.|
In addition to scheduling, checking job progress and approving all payouts, CMC was also responsible for writing RFP’s for the wiring and landscaping. CMC was also responsible for the purchasing of appliances, cabinets, tops and carpet.
As problems and questions came up, CMC acted as the pivot point between the contractor, the owner and the bank.