3 Questions Adaptive Reuse Developers Need To Ask

July 11, 2019


As a national commercial construction firm, Taylor Johnson client Englewood Construction manages projects that run the gamut from interior remodels to full-scale ground-up new construction.  Recently, we connected Englewood’s director of operations, Chuck Taylor, with the editors at GlobeSt.com to share insights on the firm’s work with adaptive reuse projects. The resulting byline discusses everything from the special considerations that go into converting an existing structure to serve an entirely new purpose — like the former meatpacking building in Chicago Englewood is reconfiguring for office, retail or restaurant use — to what existing building elements can and should be preserved. Read the byline column here, and visit Englewood’s Hard Hat Chat blog for more observations about the commercial construction industry.

Englewood Construction has completed a number of adaptive reuse projects, including its own headquarters in Lemont, Ill., which the firm converted from a former grocery store.


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