Cook County Building

Client: Soodan & Associates (Chicago, IL)

Project Lead: Donald E. Kimball, Jr., S.E., P.E., CCS, Marco A. Rodriguez, CSI, CDT

Summary

The Cook County Building is a multi-functional office building located at 118 North Clark Street between Washington Street and Randolph Street in Chicago, Illinois. The Cook County Building is an eleven-story building constructed in 1905 and completed in 1908 by Chicago Architects Holabird and Roche. Inspection and documentation of distress; preparation of repair drawings and details; field engineering of emergency window stabilization. Provided the owner a detailed assessment of the existing condition of the Building’s façade as well as examined typical wall conditions of the facade for a multimillion-dollar restoration project. Conducted 64 survey drops, covering the entire face of the Cook County Building along the street side and light courts.

Scope of Service

Building Investigations

Material Type

Glass

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