Cardinal Meyer Center, Chicago, IL

Administrative Offices
About This Project

The Cardinal Meyer Center is an adaptive re-use and addition to a historic Civil War era hospital building that is on the National Historic Registry. This 51,245 sf project for the Archdiocese of Chicago includes a basement plus three stories of offices for various departments of the Archdiocese, as well as a renovation of the existing chapel, two new elevators, and new mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. The facade of the original building was completely restored. The new precast concrete addition replicated the existing cornice profiles and windows, and the precast panel reveal pattern and finishes were designed to match the existing building.