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CHICAGO — Leopardo has started construction for five Illinois healthcare projects. In Naperville, Leopardo is building out a 12,000-square-foot dermatology and plastic surgery suite for DuPage Medical Group. It will feature eight procedure rooms, 12 exam rooms and a photodynamic therapy room. Eckenhoff Saunders is the architect. In Itasca, the company is completing an 80,000-square-foot office headquarters for Gift of Hope that will feature three operating rooms. The architect is Stromsland and DeYoung. In Arlington Heights, the project is a new 12,000-square-foot neonatal intensive care unit for Northwest Community Hospital that will feature 20 new special-care private nursery rooms and is slated for completion in spring 2010. Leopardo will also be building the clinic space of the University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital. The $16 million, 24,000-square-foot project will feature 40 new rooms for examinations, procedures, testing and radiology. Leopardo will also replace the north façade of the building and install a new five-story stair tower with a two-car elevator bank. Proteus Group is the architect. Finally, the company is remodeling the first floor of a two-story building on the Swedish Covenant Hospital campus in Chicago. The floor will feature a new physician group’s office with five exam rooms.

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