McShane Construction completes GlenStar project

 
Updated 8/13/2019 8:34 AM

ROSEMONT -- McShane Construction Co. said it has completed the O'Hare Office Building on behalf of developer, GlenStar Properties.

The 150,000-square-foot building was constructed on a 3.5-acre greenfield site near O'Hare International Airport in Chicago. The eight-story facility features 1,112 precast concrete panels with ribbon windows on top of a massive 4-foot mat foundation. To lay the mat, McShane poured over 4,800 cubic yards of concrete on top of 1,450 tons of rebar with the help of over 560 cement trucks during a 19-hour period.

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The first three floors and partial fourth floor of the building encompass structured parking, with floors five through eight featuring open office areas. The total parking count for the development is 628 spaces.

McShane also completed site work, including surface parking, driveways, landscaping, a pond featuring a retaining wall, outdoor seating and an elegant fountain.

"New suburban office construction in Chicagoland has been slow in recent years," said McShane Construction President Jeffrey A. Raday, P.E. "However, lately there has been a need for new office space in the expanding O'Hare submarket, so we're pleased to provide our client with a brand new facility."

Wright Heerema Architects provided the architectural services for GlenStar O'Hare.

Throughout the entire construction process, McShane worked with neighboring properties to mobilize equipment and construction work, as well as with the Federal Aviation Administration to obtain permission to use the giant crane needed to hoist the precast panels into place.

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