CHICAGO, IL – J.C. Anderson, Inc. is pleased to announce that the firm has been selected to complete a 50,000 square foot build-out on behalf of DePaul University located at 1 East Jackson in Chicago, Illinois.

Located within the University’s downtown Chicago campus, J.C. Anderson, Inc. was selected to complete the build-out to accommodate the relocation of the University’s College of Commerce. The build-out will consist of the construction of new offices, meeting rooms, video rooms and a state-of-the-art multi-tiered Trading Room. J.C. Anderson, Inc. will incorporate the use of several high-end millwork finishes to complement DePaul’s image as the largest private University in the country.

J.C. Anderson Inc.’s Project Executive Steve Boulukos, has completed numerous projects on behalf of the University with J.C. Anderson, Inc. and will again lead the construction team. Vasilko Architects & Associates is providing the architectural services. The project is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2012.

DePaul University was founded on the Vincentian principle of access for everyone, and today DePaul is one of the nation’s 10 largest private Universities with a faculty emphasis on teaching. With an enrollment of 250,000 students, DePaul is committed to providing a quality education through personal attention, high caliber teaching and a challenging learning environment.

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.