Work on $23M Chicago Transit Station Upgrade Nears Completion
McHugh Construction completes Medical District Station Renovation
Construction Equipment Guide – The finishing touches on the Chicago Transit Authority’s (CTA) $23 million Medical District Station Renovation will be completed by late 2018, bringing closure to a project that will help upgrade of the Forest Park Branch of the Blue Line — the third busiest station on the line, which serves over 1 million passengers.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel officially opened the new Illinois Medical District Blue Line Station at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 21.
The work to renovate the station is being done by a joint venture of James McHugh Construction Co. and UJAMAA Construction Inc. Construction began in September 2016 and was funded by local taxes.
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