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3D Printer

Did you know we have a 3D printer in house? It's located on the 2nd floor in the IT department. Currently, the IT squad is working on a replica of the city of Chicago. Check out the printing of Trump Tower in the video below. (It actually took an hour to print.)

3d print

South Loop News

No plans this weekend? Stop by the Motor Row Craft Beer & Wine Fest which will be taking place just a block away! 

Also, did you know there is a farm on top of McCormick Place?  SAVOR...Chicago partnered with the Chicago Botanic Garden to plant the Midwest's largest farm-to-fork rooftop garden as part of its ongoing mission to promote local sustainable agriculture and train city residents for careers in urban agriculture. If you are interested in attending a tour on Thur, Sept 10th. There will be two tours that day one from 5 to 6pm, and one 6 to 7pm. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Age Is Only A Number

"Old Colony Building Has Youthful Kick" - check out the Tribune article here.

old colony

Thank You 100 Club Volunteers!

THANK YOU to all the McHugh employees along with your friends and family who came out this past Sunday to volunteer for the annual 100 Club Family Day picnic at the Brookfield Zoo. It's such an amazing event, and you helped make it such a successful, memorable day for all the families involved. Thank you to Mayra Vega, Chris Loots, Dan Jordan, Greg Girote, Don Zirbel, Dave Erikson, Tom Conroy, Kevin Gibson, Adam Miller, Brenda Stivers, Chris Johansen, Diana Gaona, Caitlin Mackowiak, Caroline Maude and Mike Fitzpatrick. Please stop by Shelly's desk to pick up your thank you gift for volunteering!

October Birthdays

Happy birthday to all the October babies including: Mort Lane (2), Monique Perryman and Ryan Knaggs (3), Lisa Clark, Jimmy McHugh, and Mike Foggie (4), Jerryl Ewing and Oscar Quintero (5), Jeff Adams and Dan Awogbemila (6), John Sheridan (9), Mikhail Ushakov (12), Tom Kruszewski (13), Chris Demsky (14), Kathleen Arnold (15), Bob Soldan (16), John Curran (17), Steve Wiley (19), Mike Thornton (21), Bob Hill and Dan Jordan (22), Jill Nelson (23), Aaron Spahn (25), Alex Bonfil (29), and George Parra (27). Have a great day!

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Supertall Buildings Vie for Dominance along Chicago's Skyline

When Miami-based developer Crescent Heights unveiled plans for a 76-story, 829-foot-tall skyscraper with 792 apartments, that building could lay claim to be the tallest in Chicago’s South Loop. This Rafael Viñoly-designed tower is the first of three that Crescent Heights is planning just south of Grant Park, according to Crain’s Chicago Business.


Navy Pier Ferris Wheel Takes Final Spin After Busy Weekend

NAVY PIER — Standing in line for the Navy Pier Ferris wheel on Sunday, 6-year-old Ryder Alderson was nervous. Unlike his 11-year-old brother Drake, who'd ridden the wheel five times, Ryder was a novice, and afraid of heights.


What It Would Take to Drink The Water On Mars

It’s official. NASA scientists have found evidence of present-day liquid water on Mars. But before you start thinking about a second home there, know this: that water isn’t drinkable. It’s chock full of salts called perchlorates that can be toxic to humans.


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