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U of C Performing Arts

Center for the Creative and Performing Arts

CLIENT University of Chicago The new high end, standalone arts center combines theater, film and performance venues. The Concord Group provided Cost Estimating services for the original conceptual design. Project Size200,000 SF Project Cost$116M Completion Date2007 Project TypeHigher Education LocationChicago, Illinois Project OwnerUniversity of Chicago Firm’s RoleCost Management LET’S START TALKING ABOUT YOUR PROJECT

UW Kenwood

Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex

CLIENT Flad Architects This project consisted of the construction of a new 156,000 SF 7-story research lab facility. Project Size156,000 SF Project Cost$74M Completion Date2012 Project TypeHigher Education LocationMilwaukee, Wisconsin Project OwnerUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Firm’s RoleCost Management LET’S START TALKING ABOUT YOUR PROJECT

Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Fieldhouse & Mark and Kimbra Walter Athletics Center

CLIENT Perkins+Will The new 423,000 SF two phase addition to the existing athletic facility incorporated three new below-grade basketball courts, an indoor football practice facility, Olympic sports facilities and associated administrative offices & study rooms. Project Size423,000 SF Project Cost$179M Completion Date2017 Project TypeHigher Education | Sports LocationEvanston, Illinois Project OwnerNorthwestern University Firm’s RoleCost Management …

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Carroll Pioneer Hall

Pioneer Hall Phase 1

CLIENT Carroll University The 143,000 SF student living Center houses 264 students and is made up of 67 residential units with 67 partially below grade parking spaces. It includes four floors of residential housing, an exercise facility, a coffee shop, several classrooms and a computer lab. Project Size143,000 SF Project Cost$12.8M Completion Date2008 Project TypeHigher …

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St. Norbert College

St. Norbert Project – Community Medical Education Program (CMEP)

CLIENT Medical College of Wisconsin The Medical College of Wisconsin, as part of their Community Medical Education Program (CMEP), partnered with St. Norbert College (SNC) in an effort to provide a satellite MCW location in the Green Bay area. In order to accommodate MCW’s space needs, SNC expanded on its original plans for an addition …

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School of Pharmacy

Master Planning and School of Pharmacy Renovations Project

CLIENT Medical College of Wisconsin The Medical College of Wisconsin, along with the recently commenced Hub of Collaborative Medicine project, has plans for extensive renovations within its existing facilities in order to support the recently established School of Pharmacy program, and to support backfill renovations resulting from the Hub of Collaborative Medicine project. Project Size65,000 …

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Hub for Collaborative Medicine

Hub for Collaborative Medicine

Rendering by Quantum Space Studio, courtesy of Flad Architects. CLIENT Medical College of Wisconsin The Hub for Collaborative Medicine project is a 234,000 SF, 6-story building, which houses roughly 1,000 relocated physicians and support staff out of existing clinical space. It offers the opportunity for MCW to provide a collaborative work environment that will strengthen …

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Medical College of Wisconsin

Renovations & Technology Upgrade Project

CLIENT Medical College of Wisconsin The project involved renovating existing space within the college’s primary academic building and touched the majority of the 119,000 SF facility. The renovation was comprised of 26 sub-projects and phased over approximately 18 months. Project Size119,000 SF Project Cost$23M Completion Date2012 Project TypeHigher Education | Healthcare LocationMilwaukee, Wisconsin Project OwnerMedical …

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