Huntley Investment Partners (HIP), a partnership between The Prime Group Inc., Craig Realty Group Inc. and Capital Cos., has broken ground on Huntley Commercial Center in suburban Chicago. Development Solutions Inc. is the general contractor.
Huntley Investment Partners, LLC (HIP), Newmark and Development Solutions Inc., (DSI), as general contractor, celebrated the formal groundbreaking of industrial development Huntley Commercial Center. Newmark serves as the exclusive leasing advisor for the project, representing HIP.
Cincinnati-based grocery giant Kroger is coming to Chicago, with a spoke fulfillment facility set to open in western suburban Maywood, adding a delivery arm to the city’s metro.
Chicago’s reputation is known: it’s is an international hub for finance and commerce. It’s home to a long roster of Fortune 500 companies, including Kraft Heinz, McDonald’s, and Walgreens. The city is visited by over 50 million tourists each year. This list of the best industrial contractors in Chicago presents some of the firms that have built the complex structures that keep Chicago businesses going.
Development Solutions Inc. (DSI) is pleased to announce the promotion of Lindsey Beers to Project Manager.
DSI) is pleased to announce the promotion of Lindsey Beers to project manager. Lindsey joined the Illinois-based general contractor in 2016 as assistant project manager, where she worked diligently to advance her knowledge and expertise in construction management within their interiors team.
Development Solutions Inc., (DSI) is pleased to announce the promotion of Kevin Fogarty, LEED AP to Project Executive.
Franklin Partners has solidified leases that will occupy over 164,388 square feet at The Shuman, a five-story office building located at 263 Shuman Boulevard in Naperville, Illinois.
DSI has announced the promotion of Shannon Cox to project executive. Cox has been with the Chicago-based firm for 16 years.
Many of us went into 2020 assuming it would be relatively similar to 2019—as far as the business climate, at least. Safe assumption, right? We thought so. But then 2020 happened, and the status quo was turned on its head for just about every industry.