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ESD Projects Capture Awards in AIA Chicago Contest

The Chicago chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Chicago) announced the winners of its 63rd annual Design Excellence Awards – and ESD was involved in three of the winning projects.

ESD was a partner in:

1) Skender Construction Chicago Office, winner of the Citation of Merit: Interior Architecture Award. Through our mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and LEED consulting services, we delivered value by helping the client and owner meet their LEED performance goals. We worked through detailed coordination and precise design to accomplish the client’s aesthetic goals. Perkins+Will served as the architect.

2) Jenkins and Nanovic Halls, winner of the Special Recognition – Distinguished Building Award. The University of Notre Dame pair of conjoined buildings encompass more than 185,000 square feet and support future adaptability and reassignment of space. The project benefited from a number of ESD’s services, such as mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, structured cabling, audio visual, wireless network, LEED Consulting and LEED Fundamental Commissioning. HBRA Architects served as the architect.

3) SRAM Headquarters, winner of the Citation of Merit: Interior Architecture Award. We offered mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection services for the 77,000-square-foot project. Perkins+Will served as the interior architect.

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