REED COMPLETES INTERIOR BUILD-OUT AT INLAND STEEL BUILDING
CHICAGO — Reed Construction has completed a 12,000-square-foot buildout on behalf of the Jacobson Group at Chicago’s Inland Steel Building. Located at 30 W. Monroe, the Inland Steel Building is situated in the Central Loop. Skidmore Owings & Merrill designed the landmark building in 1955. The Jacobson Group, an executive search firm, is relocating its offices to the 19-story property from its previous location at 120 S. LaSalle. Reed Construction was selected to complete the interior renovations for the tenant’s new space on the 15th floor. Renovations feature new open office areas, private offices, conference rooms, a collaboration room and a server room. Michael Davis was the project manager for Reed Construction, and Techno Ltd. provided the architectural services. Robert Sevim of Studley represented the Jacobson Group in the lease transaction. Gary Denenberg and Sara Spicklemire of MB Real Estate represented the building’s ownership.