A high-impact renovation for Solomon Schechter Day School of Metropolitan Chicago, on the Sager Campus which serves ~400 K-8 students. The intent of this project was to renovate the central areas of the school in ways that would reflect their values, create connection and community, and support hands-on learning and innovation. The scope included upgrades … Continued
The McGrath Family Performing Arts Center, Home of the Leemputte Family Theater, builds on the school’s Jesuit Education values – supporting an enlightened academic experience and connecting students with performance arts and culture. The addition includes a 560-seat state-of-the-art theater with a fly tower and stage house, an open and flexible lobby, an art gallery … Continued
A 64,400-SF renovation and conversion of a 1920s limestone building into a state-of-the-art high school. An addition was also built to house laboratories, a cafeteria, a library, administrative offices and a new regulation-size gymnasium.
Addition and renovation to a 4-story Jesuit Residence including a commercial kitchen and dining area for 200 people, as well as a dining area for 26 residents.
A new three-story, K-5 school facility completed in multiple phases to accommodate and support ongoing activity on campus. Once the new facility was complete, the existing school structure was demolished to make way for a courtyard playground.
Compressive multi-phase execution of a transformative Master Plan that included a gymnasium, cafeteria, theater, classrooms expansion and renovation, multipurpose rooms and STEM laboratories.
The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) is a scientific and educational association with more than 10,000 members dedicated to advancing the specialty of neurological surgery in order to provide the highest quality of neurosurgical care to the public. The renovated space features private and open offices, conference facilities, an employee lunch/lounge area, and work/print … Continued
Complete renovation of a Chapel that opened its doors in 1939. The main goal of the project was to restore the interior to its original grandeur while allowing the Chapel to serve the needs of a modern University. The project featured Italian-marble floors, a dramatic lighting system, detailed plasterwork and ornamental iron, all of which … Continued
The Feehan Memorial Library (previously known as McEssy Library) was commissioned as the first new building on an established and historic Pontifical Seminary campus. The original library required a new addition that had to rise to the level of the seminary’s magnificent historic architecture.
A renovation of multiple program areas within an existing nonprofit music school, whose mission is to deliver access to the benefits of high-quality, tuition-free music education. Program areas included administration and staff office areas, circulation, and acoustically-sensitive music instruction labs including percussion and band studios. A small project in square footage, but a huge project … Continued