Firm Profile


In 1996, The Concord Group was founded as a Project Management and Cost Estimating firm in Chicago, Illinois. One of our first clients dating back to 1996 was the Chicago Public Schools, who still remain a client today. Through the years, we have grown to five offices and have provided services in all 50 states on more than 4,000 projects. One of our more recent endeavors includes an expansion overseas to Dublin, Ireland to open our first international office.


Sustainability Practices

We are committed to Sustainable Building Practices. Our in-house LEED AP staff bring environmental awareness to all of our projects. We evaluate and offer suggestions on environmentally sustainable alternatives on a wide array of projects, focusing on construction cost versus life-cycle costs, resilience and overall building performance. We stay current with planning and design guidelines such as the Green Guide for Healthcare and the various publications of the U.S. Green Building Council.

Service Sectors



Higher education

Higher Education




Commercial & Retail






Mixed-Use Development


Architects & Engineers

State-of-the-Art Technology

We use state-of-the-art technology in all aspects of our service sectors. We have been integral in the development of a project management software, IngeniousIO, which promotes collaboration and transparency among the entire project team and shares real-time project information with all project team members.

Much of the innovation in today’s construction industry resulting from lean delivery methods, prefabrication, BIM, etc. is often negated by the lack of communication between parties and the systems/PM platforms utilized by the different parties. IngeniousIO overcomes this issue.

Currently, the industry utilizes different platforms for document control, RFP’s, submittals, RFI’s, pay applications, field reports, etc. This in turn creates waste and redundancies because these platforms don’t efficiently communicate with one another. We are constantly repeating documents between the parties from one phase to the next.

IngeniousIO eliminates these redundancies by removing documents. Because IngeniousIO is data driven and not document driven, information can travel from decision makers to the field and vice versa more efficiently. The necessity to repackage each time it changes hands is gone. If the initial direction from the Owner contains sensitive information, this information can be withheld from the contractor, designer or field within the system. The information doesn’t need to be recreated, resulting in quicker and more efficient communication.

Our utilization of IngeniousIO with our staff and clients, generates efficiency and is an excellent communication tool. If utilized by all project team members, from vendors through the Owners, the power of this system is immense.

Some of our Clients

Alexian Women’s & Children’s Hospital
Bailey Edward
Bassett Healthcare
BauerLatoza Studio
Beloit Health
Berners Schober Architects
Boldt Construction
Bray Architects
Brush Architects
BSA LifeStructures
BWZ Architects
Cannon Design
Carroll University
C.C. Industries
Central City Production
Chequamegon Bay
Chicago Housing Authority
Chicago Family Health Center
Chicago Public Schools
City of Chicago
City of Highland Park
City of Milwaukee
College of Lake County
Cohen Financial
Continuum Architects
Conerstone Real Estate
Cook County
Crate & Barrel
Cristo Rey Jesuit H.S.
CYLA Design Associates
DB Sterlin Consultants
DEN Construction
DeStefano & Partners
Detroit Public Schools
Diekema Hamann
DLA Architects
DLM Architects
DLR Group
Doyle & Associates

DuPage County
DuSable Museum
Eckenhoff Saunders Architects
Engberg Anderson
Eppstein Uhen Architects
Flad Architects
FGM Architects
Fox & Fox Architects
Frk Architects + Engineers
Globetrotters Engineers
Great Dane Trailers
Greene & Proppe Design
Health Sisters Health System
Henneman Engineering
Herman & Kittle
HGA Architects
Hoerr Schaudt
Holabird & Root
Ilekis Associates
I.N.G. Realty Partners
Interactive Design
John Ronan Architects
Johnson Controls
Johnson Lasky Kindelin
Kahler Slater
KJWW Engineering Consultants
Lake Forest Country Day
LCM Architects
Legat Architects

Lohan Anderson
Marcus Adams Capital
Maureen Reagan Architects
McKissack & McKissack
Medical College of Wisconsin
Mesa Development
Middleton Construction
Miglin Properties
Milwaukee County
Milwaukee Economic Development Corp.
Milwaukee Public Library
Moody Nolan Architects
Nagel Architects
Naperville Public Library
NIA Architects
Northwestern University
Odell Associates
Perkins & Will
Plunkett Raysich Architects
Proteus Group
Quorum Architects
Rada Architects
Risk Worldwide
River Architects
Rivianna Development Corp.
Ross Barney
Rubinos & Mesia
Rush University
S.B. Friedman & Co.
School District 112
Scion Group
Searl Lamaster Howe
Skidmore Owing & Merrill
Smith Group JJR
SMNG-A Architects
Solomon Cordwell Buenz

Spectrum Health Hospitals
SSM Health
St. Camillus
State of Illinois
State of Wisconsin
Sterling Bay
Stough Group
Studio 3 Design
Tawani Enterprises, Inc.
The Architects Enterprise, Ltd.
The Art Institute of Chicago
The Town of Brookfield
Tilton Kelly Bell Architects
Torti Gallas Architects
TriCity National Bank
Tripartite, Inc.
Tower Contracting
University of Chicago
University of Illinois
University of South Dakota
University of Wisconsin
Urban Resource, Inc.
Urban Works Architects
URS Corporation
UW Health System
Vinci Hamp
Village of Shorewood, WI
Wallin Gomez Architects
Weese Langley Weese
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare System
Wheeler Kearns
Wight and Associates
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates
Wittenberg University
Wrightwood Capital
ZPDA Architects

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