City of Countryside Breaks Ground on Municipal Complex
Frederick Quinn Corporation (FQC) has recently started work on the City of Countryside's New Municipal Complex Project. The new facility will be approximately 32,000 SF, house the City Administration Offices and Police Department, and is scheduled to be completed by Spring, 2019.
FQC Recently Awarded New Project by the Bartlett Park District
The Village of Bartlett recently selected Frederick Quinn Corporation (FQC) as Construction Manager for the Donald H. Schrade Gym Renovation Project. This project is located at 894 W. Sterns Road in Bartlett. The work includes interior renovations, installation of an elevator, roofing and bathroom upgrades.
FQC will once again be working with Williams Architects on the project which is scheduled to be completed by Fall, 2018.
FQC Attends Dedication Ceremony for St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church
FQC recently participated in the dedication ceremony for the new church facility at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Itasca. The long-awaited event was held on Sunday, June 25, 2017 at a Mass with Bishop R. Daniel Conlon presiding over the rite and ceremony.
The original structure was no longer sufficient for the needs of the community so the parish embarked on a campaign titled “The Key to Our New Home” in order to fulfill the vision of a church that would fit the worship and gathering needs of present and future parishioners.
Village of Bartlett New Police Station Groundbreaking Ceremony
FQC will be attending the groundbreaking ceremony that is taking place on June 24th, 2017 to kick off the two-phase construction period that will run through the end of 2018. The two-story building at 228 S. Main St. will total 48,982 square feet. The current 22,900-square-foot police station was built on the site in 1991.
The first phase will take until May 2018 to complete, with phase two lasting until the end of that year. During phase one, all staff will move into a portion of the current building while the rest is demolished. They will then move into the completed portion of the new building while the rest of the old one is torn down.
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.