(Elmhurst, Illinois) – J.C. Anderson, Inc. is pleased to announce that the firm has completed an office build-out for Highland Solutions at 141 W. Jackson Boulevard (Chicago Board of Trade) in Chicago.
Founded in 1998, Highland Solutions is a Chicago-based software consultant and development firm. The firm hired J.C. Anderson, Inc. to complete a 7,800 square foot renovation to its office space at Chicago Board of Trade. The construction included the addition of large conference rooms, private offices, shared workstations, huddle rooms and a pantry/break area. Construction also featured writable walls in the collaborative work areas, angled glass office fronts, overhanging drywall soffits as well as high-end finishes throughout.
“The team at J.C. Anderson, Inc. listened to our needs for our new office space” said Jeff Nixon, president and chief operating officer of Highland Solutions. “With a collaborative planning process and consistent communication, we were able to move in on-time with very little disruption to our business or our clients.”
Located in Chicago’s Loop, Chicago Board of Trade was built in 1930 and was designated a historic landmark in 1978. The building is widely known for its art deco architecture and state-of-the-art infrastructure. J.C. Anderson, Inc.’s John Angelovich was the project executive and Matt Kantro was the project manager. Architectural services were provided by Andres Quiros of Perkins+Will.
About J.C. Anderson, Inc.
J.C. Anderson, Inc. established in 1879 with offices in Chicago and Elmhurst, Illinois, is one of the area’s oldest and largest interior general contractors. The firm’s interior construction projects range from multi-million dollar contracts to building maintenance projects for building owners; developers; private and public corporations; property management firms; educational institutions; industrial and healthcare facilities. J.C. Anderson, Inc. maintains an average work force of 150 employees including a professional staff of degreed construction specialists and project managers, and a field team of union carpenters, tapers and laborers.