More than 200 results for “Technology”
CRE N Illinois

TLC Engineering Solutions acquires Gage Consulting Engineers

TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc. has acquired Gage Consulting Engineers, expanding the firm’s presence and capabilities to Gage’s Oak Brook, Illinois location. Gage’s expertise in health care, education, municipal and commercial building engineering complements TLC’s major market sectors, expanding TLC’s geographic markets.

Office N Illinois

Medical video game company Level Ex relocates to Chicago Loop

Savills completed a corporate headquarters relocation for medical video game company, Level Ex, to 180 N. LaSalle Street, a 38-story, 760,000-square-foot Class A office tower in the Chicago Loop. The tech firm’s new location is more than 20,000 square feet, double the size of its previous office in River North. Its expanded footprint can no…

CRE N Illinois

Avison Young appoints Ken Sacco as principal

Ken Sacco has been appointed principal at Avison Young’s Chicago office. Previously with Accenture, Sacco will apply his extensive consulting expertise to align clients’ real estate portfolio strategies with their business and financial objectives. In doing so, he’ll partner with the firm’s transaction teams to maximize client business effi…

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CRE Future Leaders: Ashlee Pforr

| Matt Baker

Ashlee Pforr joined Chicago-based Skender in 2010 and was recently promoted to project executive at the firm. In her time with Skender, she has overseen numerous interior construction teams on award-winning buildouts for clients like Bank of America, Cars.com, Echo Global Logistics, Hinshaw & Culbertson, SRAM and the Americas headquarters o…

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Know before you grow: Secrets of successful cannabis facilities

| Andy Poticha

As cannabis legalization sweeps the Midwest, demand for facilities to grow, process and sell cannabis products is skyrocketing. A shared concern in every state is product shortages; will there be enough cultivation facilities to provide product to the market? Therein lies the makings of a rush to market—and a building boom.