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Glen Ellyn School District 41 Passes $24.2 Million Referendum

Glen Ellyn School District 41 recently approved a $24.2 million referendum by 11 votes on April 4th, 2017.  The referendum will fund an addition to Hadley Junior High School and make improvement to the district's four elementary schools.  Frederick Quinn Corporation (FQC) will be assisting the school district with the upcoming renovations.  

The work at Hadley is estimating to cost $17 million, while another $7.2 million is earmarked for work at the district's four elementary schools, including ADA-accessible entrances to bathrooms, infrastructure and roof repair, a secure entrance at Churchill Elementary School and increased lunch capacity at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School.

 

 

FQC Selected by City of Countryside for New City Hall & Police Headquarters Project

The City of Countryside recently selected Frederick Quinn Corporation (FQC) as Construction Manager for their New City Hall & Police Headquarters Project.  The current facility is outdated, inefficient and does not meet the needs of staff, especially in the police arena.  The new facility is expected to be approximately 32,000 SF and will include sufficient space for comprehensive police department operations, all city departments, necessary support space and shared building use.  FQC will once again be working with Dewberry Architects on the project which is scheduled to be completed by April 2019.

 

FQC Attends Groundbreaking Ceremony for Park District of Forest Park

Frederick Quinn Corporation (FQC) recently attended the groundbreaking ceremony held on April 1st, 2017 for the Park District of Forest Park's new project.  The Edward Roos Family Recreation Center will include an 8,078 SF gymnasium with main court and a two lane walking track, fitness zone, two multi-purpose rooms, storage and offices.  The site design includes a central pavilion shelter, play structure, theater style terrace seating along with a meandering walking path and soccer field.  The design also includes the reconfiguration of the current main drive to include new parking with drop off and pick up lanes.  This project is scheduled to be completed in summer of 2016.

FQC Provides Support to Glen Ellyn District 41 as Board Eyes Referendum to Fund Addition at Hadley

Frederick Quinn Corporation (FQC) has been providing support to the Glen Ellyn School District 41 for their upcoming referedum vote this April 2017.   The Glen Ellyn School District 41 Board of Education is putting a referendum on the ballot that would build an addition at Hadley Junior High School and make improvements to that school and the district's elementary schools at a cost of almost $24 million.

As proposed, the referendum would fund a $9.2 million two-story addition to replace the 10 portable classrooms at Hadley. The project also would pay for $9.9 million worth of infrastructure work at Hadley and the district's elementary schools, a $3 million project to renovate the elementary and junior high restrooms for Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility, and a $1.2 million project to enlarge Hadley's cafeteria to allow for 100 additional students.

FQC Attends Skokie School District 73.5 Groundbreaking Ceremony

Frederick Quinn Corporation (FQC) recently attended Skokie School District 73.5's Groundbreaking Ceremony marking the start of Phase II of the Elizabeth Meyer School Additions & Renovations Project.  

The Meyer School building expansion plans call for a one-story early childhood center and a new library.  Seven new classrooms, including a room for art and music, a gross motor room for special education students and three small instruction offices, will be added to the building.  The addition is expected to total 23,000 SF and the project is scheduled to be completed this fall.