FQC Construction Management


Winning Before You Start: A Free Seminar


What is Community Engagement?  How and Why Does It Work?  

This seminar provides instruction on how to design and implement a community engagement program that will create the capacity for a successful building improvement referendum. Topics covered include: 
  • putting a team together
  • who need to on the team and why
  • why is engagement important in today's electoral environment
  • what are the best practices in community engagement 
  • how to build capacity for a successful election 
  • when should you schedule the elections
  • what do you need to think about after the successful election 

Seminar Details

This seminar is being hosted by Frederick Quinn Corporation, Ehlers, Inc. and UNICOM•ARC. 


September 1, 2015

Northern Illinois University
Naperville Conference Center
1120 East Diehl Road
Room 226
Naperville, IL  60563


Jack Hayes of Frederick Quinn Corporation
Jack has 30 years of experience in planning, design and construction for public sector clients including many who have successfully pursued grant money and election bond referendums for capital improvement projects.



Lemont Public Library Groundbreaking - August 2015

Groundbreaking ceremony kicks off the $2.8 million addition and renovation project to the Lemont Public Library

New St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church - Itasca, Illinois

FQC has been awarded the contract to serve as construction manager for the New St. Peter the Apostle Church. This traditional church will include a 750 seat church, gathering hall and administration offices. Construction is scheduled to start Spring of 2016.

FQC Awarded Addison Public Library Renovation Project

FQC has been awarded a contract to serve as construction manager for an interior renovation project to the Addison Public Library. The renovations are focused to slect areas of the first and second floors. Construction is expected to start in January 2016.

FQC is proud to support the 2015 Parks Day at the Capitol

FQC supports the efforts of the Illinois Association of the Park Districts IAPD at Parks Day at the Capitol in Springfield.