ELMHURST, IL – J.C. Anderson, Inc. is pleased to announce that the firm has recently completed a 15,000 square foot office build-out for the new offices of Farmers Insurance in Lisle, Illinois.

J.C. Anderson, Inc. was selected to renovate the firm’s new office for their HelpPoint Claims Service located at 4225 Naperville Road within the Central Park of Lisle. This marks a relocation and consolidation of the company’s offices from Aurora, Orland Park and Rolling Meadows. The project included the construction of new private offices, interview rooms and a training room as well as conference rooms, a LAN room and break room. An open office environment with energy efficient lighting controls was created to house 96 work stations and all new finishes were implemented through-out.

Bruce Sturgis was the project executive for J. C. Anderson, Inc. Architectural services were provided by Whitney Architects, Inc. and Kent Consulting Engineers were the project engineers. Michael Merritt of UGL Services Equis Operations was the construction manager and Tom Saletta of Saletta Commercial Realty LLC represented the building owner, AG/WOF CPOL I Owner, LLC, in the transaction. The property is managed by Tom Halford of Jones Lang LaSalle.

Founded in 1928, the Farmers Insurance Group of Companies is the country’s third-largest insurer of both private automobile and homeowners insurance which serves more than 15 million customers. Farmers operates primarily in 41 states across the country with approximately 20,000 employees.

J.C. Anderson, Inc. established in 1879 and located in Elmhurst, Illinois, is one of Chicago’s oldest and largest interior general contractors. The firm’s interior construction projects range from building maintenance to multi-million dollar contracts 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.