Great Place to Work and FORTUNE have honored Milhouse Engineering & Construction, Inc. as one of the 2018 Best Workplaces in Chicago.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) released the full program for the 2018 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, which will be held in Chicago, May 30-31. Winners in each regional category will then compete for the honor of overall “Best Tall Building Worldwide.”
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the selection of two teams to proceed with competing to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the O’Hare Express operating system, which aims to deliver express service from downtown Chicago to O’Hare International Airport in 20 minutes or less.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced a historic plan between the City of Chicago and its airline partners that is expected to create tens of thousands of jobs and transform O’Hare International Airport with the biggest terminal expansion ever, adding 25 percent more gate capacity, modernizing existing terminals and improving passengers’ experience.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies announced Feb. 15 the signing of official agreements with the North Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency and Illinois' Department of Transportation to begin a feasibility study for the region. Several corridors have been identified for study connecting Cleveland to Chicago.
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) selected a preferred alignment for the Red Line Extension (RLE) — a project that will extend the Red Line to 130th Street from 95th Street. The project is estimated to cost $2.3 billion.
Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, announced its Chicago office has been named Design Firm of the Year at the 2017 Awards for Excellence held by the NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association’s Chicago Chapter.
Hines, an international real estate firm, in a joint venture with Diversified Real Estate Capital, LLC and Big Bay Realty, LLC, will develop T3 Goose Island — a seven-story, 270,000-square-foot heavy timber office development. The project will be the first wood-structured office building developed in Chicago since the 1800s.
The Illinois Tollway Board of Directors approved two new construction contracts and 10 new professional engineering service contracts totaling nearly $107.5 million at its September meeting, including six design contracts to support the Central Tri-State Tollway (I-294) rebuilding project.