103 E. Chestnut, Chicago, IL 60611 Architect: JNA General Contractor: Pepper Construction Kelso-Burnett and Pepper Construction worked seamlessly to renovate one of Chicago’s oldest standing buildings. Once re-opened, the Quigley Preparatory Seminary will serve as the new headquarters for the Archdiocese of Chicago. Kelso-Burnett’s responsibilities included: Design/build Complete electrical and low voltage renovation Existing structure renovated into office buildings
931 S. Homan Avenue, Chicago, ILA Architect: Farr Associates General Contractor: Pepper Construction Recently, Kelso-Burnett Co. worked to complete the renovation of an old power house into the Charles Shaw Technology & Learning Center in Chicago, Illinois. Originally constructed in 1904, the historic power house facility was once used to power Sears Roebuck & Company’s headquarters facility and now serves as a public charter […]
5400 South St. Louis, Chicago, IL Architect: John Ronan Architects / DeStefano + Partners (Joint Venture) General Contractor: F.H. Paschen, S.N. Nielsen Recently, Kelso-Burnett Co. completed all of the electrical installations to the new four-story, 206,000 square foot Eric Solorio Academy High School in Chicago, Illinois. The school implements a new prototype Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Urban Model High School design which achieved a […]
5700 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL Architect: HPZS General Contractor: NORCON, Inc. Over the years, Kelso-Burnett has completed a variety of projects at the Museum of Science & Industry. Recently, Kelso-Burnett Co. and Norcon, Inc. completed the design-build of the Chicago metropolitan area’s first downwind rotor turbine of its kind at the Museum of Science and Industry’s Smart Home: Green + Wired exhibit. […]
1405 S. Park Avenue, Streamwood, IL Architect: Frye Gillan Molinaro Architects General Contractor: Pepper Construction Recently, Kelso-Burnett Co. completed the award-winning expansion and renovation of the Poplar Creek Public Library in Streamwood, Illinois. The project consisted of remodeling and expanding an existing 44,000 square-foot building to a modern 97,000 square-foot cultural center. With a heavy desire for sustainability, Kelso-Burnett Co. added completely new lighting […]