CHICAGO, IL – J.C. Anderson, Inc. is pleased to announce that the firm has been selected to complete a 170,000 square foot, multiple phase renovation project on behalf of General Growth Properties at 110 N. Wacker in Chicago.

General Growth Properties (GGP) operates its corporate headquarters from The General Growth Building for which it is also the owner. GGP is a fully integrated, self-managed and self-administered real estate investment trust focused on owning, managing, leasing, and redeveloping regional malls throughout the United States and Brazil. GGP currently owns, or has an interest in, 143 regional shopping malls comprising approximately 135 million square feet of gross leasable area. General Growth is the second largest retail property REIT
in the U.S.

J.C. Anderson, Inc. was selected for an 18 phase renovation project which will include the construction of new, common areas off the elevator lobbies, private offices, open work areas and break rooms across five floors of the property. The improvements will include the installation of some new furniture and all new finishes throughout. The offices will remain occupied and operational while the construction process is underway.

Steve Boulukos is the Project Executive, Sara Schumacher and Greg Garland are the Project Managers for J.C. Anderson, Inc. ARCHIDEAS is providing the architectural services for the renovation project. Construction is scheduled for completion in fall of 2013.

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.