Sterling Bay unveils $35 million bridge to $6 billion Lincoln Yards...

Developer Sterling Bay has released plans for a $35 million bridge to provide a new way to travel between Bucktown and Lincoln Park, while...

CISCO invites applications for Project of the Year award

The Construction Industry Service Corporation's (CISCO)'s Project of the Year Award is kicking off its 16th year of accepting applications for some of the...

AIA Chicago members fail to overturn decision to dismiss Zurich Esposito

Members of the American Institute of Architects' (AIA) Chicago chapter declined to recommend to the chapter's board of directors to reinstate former executive vice-president...

$18.6 million package warehouse to be built at Ashland Ave. site

Chicago has issued a $18.582 million building permit for a new warehouse/distribution facility at 3523 S. Ashland Ave. The permit says FCL Builders, LLC will...


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Park Ridge to receive MWRD funding for $19.9 million underground stormwater detention vault

The city of Park Ridge will receive receive some financial help for a project aimed at curbing flooding in a residential neighborhood, through a...
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Kiewit Power Generation to start work on $1.3 billion Three Rivers Energy Center in...

Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) says it has reached financial closing for the $1.3 billion CPV Three Rivers Energy Center in Grundy County, in partnership...
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Developers of under-construction Fulton Market office/retail building adapt structure to post-COVID-19 conditions

Developers of a 90,000 sq. ft. office and retail building in the Fulton Market district say their project is among the first commercial buildings...
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Can Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning be applied to review construction contract documents?

By Josh Levy It is well documented that the construction Industry is way behind the curve when it comes to adopting and embracing technological advancement....
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Chicago City Council sets out EV charging infrastrure requirements for new buildings

Chicago City Council has adopted rules that will require electric vehicle charging infrastructure in new construction building’s parking areas and that update bird-friendly building...


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