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Circle Interchange

A gorgeous shot of the city and the Circle Interchange project at dawn!


Haymarket Center Father Mac Appreciation Award

Our own Mike Meagher is co-chairing this year’s award luncheon with long-time friend Joe Stack, a great-nephew of founder Msgr. Ignatius McDermott (Father Mac), and Lee Daniels, chairman of the Haymarket Center Board of Directors. We will be purchasing tickets for the award luncheon, so let us know if you’re interested in attending. If you’d like to purchase tickets directly, make a direct donation, or help to raise money for Haymarket Center, please contact Sharon Dunlop.

Friday, November 18 at 11:30 AM
Maggiano's Little Italy
111 W. Grand Ave, Chgo, IL


Centennial Wheel Receives ASCE Award

Last night the Navy Pier Centennial Wheel team received the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement award in the $10M - $25M category by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Congrats to everyone involved!


Showing our Support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Thanks to everyone that's been showing their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing their pink McHugh bandanas! If you have a great photo of people wearing them on the job site, please send it in to Shelly! 


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October Birthdays

Happy birthday to all the October babies including: Mort Lane (2), Monique Perryman (3), Lisa Clark and Jimmy McHugh (4), Kirsten Dagger, Jerryl Ewing, and Oscar Quintero (5), Jeff Adams and Dan Awogbemila (6), Jeff Joutras (8), John Sheridan (9), Aaron Angelini (12), Tom Kruszewski (13), Chris Demsky (14), Kathleen Arnold (15), Bob Soldan (16), John Curran (17), Steve Wiley (19), Rick Stevenson (20), 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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Safety Still First! BIM Takes Rule No. 1 to the Next Level

As the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry evolves, with new technologies leap-frogging our capabilities forward and shifting our approach to managing projects, there’s no aspect of the jobsite left untouched—and that includes safety. Read Article.

Tapping into New Trade: Will Cuba Be the US Construction Industry's Next Big Market?

In December 2014, President Barack Obama announced that his administration planned to pursue a new, open policy with the island nation of Cuba, the first such gesture since diplomatic and trade relations between the two countries were terminated in 1961, two years after the Cuban Revolution of 1959.


Litter-Free, Swimable Chicago Rivers? That's The Plan

NORTH CENTER — Flanked by more than a dozen city officials and private partners, Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveiled his long-touted plan for development along Chicago's rivers Wednesday.


Mission Statement

Our Mission: To provide a seamless and positive project experience with excellence and innovation.

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Flood Safety Tips: How to Survive Flash Floods

Flood safety tips from the Federal Emergency Management Agency :

During the flood


FDA Approves GMO Mosquito Test to Fight Zika

Genetically modified mosquitoes that could help to fight the spread of the Zika virus may soon be released in a Florida community following the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's final assessment showing that a field test of the insects would have "no significant impact" on the environment.


How I Became a Morning Person (and How You Can, Too)


For years I dreaded the sound of my morning alarm. It represented so much that was wrong with my life. I’d have to end whatever great dream I was having, put on clothes I didn’t like, go out into the world bleary-eyed and stand in a cramped train with a hundred other people who would also rather be anywhere else.