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Wheaton Academy New Science Wing Groundbreaking - West Chicago, IL

Wheaton Academy broke ground on Monday, April 18th to mark the start of construction for the $6.4 million new science wing.  The new science wing incorporates 20,000 square feet of new space over three floors, including new biology and physics classrooms, new chemistry labs and supplemental classroom space.  Leading the groundbreaking ceremony was Head of School Gene Frost with guest speaker West Chicago Mayor Ruben Pineda.

Wilmette Public Library Open House/Ribbon Cutting

Wilmette Public Library celebrated the end of a year-long renovation completed by FQC at a special Library-wide open house. Library Director, Ellan Clark  highlighted some of the main features of the project. The event gave the community a chance to explore the all-new Youth Services department, visit the revitalized Periodicals Room, and learn more about the updates and improvements made over the past year.

Skokie Park District - Weber Leisure Center Addition & Renovation

FQC has been slected by the Skokie Park District to provide construction management services for renovations to the Weber Leisure Center. This phased project includes, an addition to the main exercise area, new locker rooms, new main staircase and lobby, reconfigure of facility spaces along with select system upgrades and new finishes throughout the facility. 

Glen Ellyn School District 41 celebrates ribbon cutting and two new additions

Glen Ellyn School District 41 celebrates the ribbon cutting of two new classroom additions at Forest Glen Elementary School and Churchill Elementary School. FQC completed both projects as part of a phased program that has added over 25,000SF of new classroom space at four schools in District 41. 

Ribbon cut, at newly expanded Oswego Library Re-opens

More than 100 people came out to watch as Oswego Public Library District Board members, joined by other local officials and state lawmakers, cut a ceremonial ribbon to reopen the newly expanded Oswego Public Library.

FQC completed the 10,000-square-foot addition and renovation to the building on Jefferson Street at Main Street in the village’s downtown includes a long-planned second floor on the east wing.