A standalone branch bank building designed in Shingle Style architecture featuring exterior field stone accents and trellis-style canopies, embracing the aesthetic context of the surrounding neighborhood. The project scope included a lobby, private offices, workstations, teller stations, a conference room and two-lane drive-thru.
A new branch bank building including included a high-performance building envelope and the use of regionally sourced and recycled materials. The site was completely redeveloped including the installation of a closed-loop geothermal field consisting of eight 500’ deep wells providing for heating and cooling. This project achieved LEED® Gold Certification.
A 5,300-SF interior buildout to the Harley Davidson retail store located on Michigan Avenue. The buildout included exposed ceilings, a polished concrete floor, a new elevator to access the second floor, a new custom staircase connecting the first and second floor, and installation of Harley Davidson identity and brand elements throughout the space.
A comprehensive renovation of Ulta’s four-story flagship store. Exterior improvements included a new curtainwall and metal panel facade facing State Street, and extensive masonry restoration at the other elevations. Interior construction featured extensive structural demolition to accommodate new vertical services including a glass and metal spiral staircase, new escalators, and a new elevator. Interior improvements … Continued
A mixed-use development at the intersection of Touhy Ave. and Northwest Highway in Uptown Park Ridge, including three five-story buildings connected by two levels of underground parking. The development consisted of 270,000-SF of residential space, 455 underground parking stalls, 50,000-SF of retail space, and a public plaza.
A new branch bank positioned strategically at the gateway of the Fulton Market district. This Wintrust branch is located on the ground floor of a seven story boutique office building. The space features a modern industrial design showcasing neutral tones, many wood and metal elements, and exposed pipes and ducts.