McHugh Construction Delivers McDonald’s Headquarters that Helped Transform Chicago’s West Loop

McHugh Construction completes McDonalds HQ

Powering Chicago – The transformation of Chicago’s West Loop and the Fulton Market District has reenergized the city’s west side and provided sleek new offices and residential units for corporations and business professionals alike. One such project that generated a lot of buzz and helped to transform Fulton Market was the relocation of McDonald’s global headquarters from suburban Oak Brook.

James McHugh Construction Co. was tasked with overseeing and implementing the core and shell construction of the 737,000 square-foot structure, which now houses all headquarters operations, test kitchens, Hamburger University, and a global restaurant concept featuring selections from McDonald’s menus around the world.

“It was a tremendous honor to be selected as general contractor for base building construction of such an iconic project,” said Ray Cisco, vice president of McHugh Construction. “We have a long-standing relationship with Sterling Bay and they knew we would deliver on time and within budget.”

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