J.C. Anderson has completed an office build-out for The Chicago Public Education Fund at 200 W. Adams Street in Chicago.
Founded in 1999, The Chicago Public Education Fund is one of the first city-based philanthropic venture funds in the nation, that aims to improve Chicago’s public schools by investing in the talented, innovative leaders who run them. Relocating from 200 West Adams, Suite 2150, the organization and their landlord selected J.C. Anderson to complete a build-out to its new office space at 200 W. Adams Street, Suite 1175. Construction included the addition of private offices along with a divisible conference room. The space features large modular high collaboration conference rooms with Mirroflex sliding glass walls, a modern break room, private offices and open workstation areas.
The construction team for J.C. Anderson was led by Project Executive John Angelovich, Project Manager Matt Kantro and Superintendent Mark Zawadaka. ARCHIDEAS provided the architectural services.