Quad Cities I-74 Iowa Illinois Mississippi River Bridge Photography

Quad Cities I-74 Iowa Illinois Mississippi River Bridge

Quad Cities I-74 Iowa Illinois Mississippi River Bridge


This post features photos from our June visit to the Quad Cities for photography of the I-74 Iowa Illinois Mississippi River Bridge. Officially named “The Twin Bridges”, the new transportation infrastructure bridge project spans the Mississippi River connecting Bettendorf, Iowa to Moline, Illinois.  We photograph structural art, infrastructure, architecture, buildings, industrial, bridges, transportation, and more around the Nationwide, so we we’re excited to be the selected photographer for this photo project close to home.  We set out to capture a variety of photography to include ground photos from the shore, images on the suspension bridge, drone aerial, day, and night images of the arch bridges. It was the perfect summer seasonal weather for the shoot providing for pedestrians and transportation both passing over the new Mississippi River bridges.

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bridges transportation road highway marine utilities photographer


Interstate I-74 Mississippi bridge river night photos

Interstate I-74 Mississippi bridge river night photos


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architectural drone exterior bridge photographer


Quad Cities I-74 Iowa Illinois Mississippi River bridge photography

Quad Cities I-74 Iowa Illinois Mississippi River bridge photography


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drone bridges night award competition photographer bridge structure


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drone aerial bridge photography photographer


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structural engineering civil mechanical solar marketing images


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MILLER+MILLER Architectural Photography was commissioned by Miguel Rosales of Rosales + Partners for a photography architectural photo shoot of the new I-74 bridge in the Quad Cities.  The new I-74 Mississippi River crossing bridge construction connects the Illinois and Iowa state’s roads and transportation infrastructure – both a functional bridge with its infrastructure design, yet constructed as beautifully aesthetic designed structural piece of art.  The arching white bridges are visible from long range viewpoints miles away from the Illinois and Iowa Mississippi shorelines during the day and when illuminated at night.

The new $1.2-billion bridge fully opened to road traffic on Dec. 2, 2021.  The walkable, running, and bike friendly pedestrian portion of the bridge opened for use in April 2022 with the City of Bettendorf IA and Moline IL hosting a bike and pedestrian path dedication on May 18, 2022.  Waiting for optimum weather and the exterior landscape with trees in the area to be full of green leaves, our photo shoot proceeded in early June.  The I-74 bridge project is part of a regional strategy for improving access across the Mississippi. For updates on the I-74 River Bridge project, visit the bridge construction project website at I74RiverBridge.com.

MILLER+MILLER is a commercial architectural photography company who produces marketing images for architects, contractors, engineers, artists, mechanical, civic, government, and more professional companies.  M+M spent the day completing photography of the Mississippi Bridge in Moline Illinois and Bettendorf Iowa capturing variety of vantage points from both the ground level and bird’s eye height in the sky with our drone from sunrise to sunset.

A photography goal was to illustrate not only the final completed structure of the bridge, but also the beautiful landscape surrounding the twin arching bridges.  Producing aerial, day, sunset, and night photographs to showcase the bridge’s Summer time season, Midwest landscape, bridge uplighting illumination at night, and architecture structural design.  A goal of photographing images for the Quad Cities new landmark twin bridges which artistically capture architectural photos the suspension bridge and twin steel arches bridge structure.  The Quad Cities I-74 Iowa Illinois Mississippi River bridge design is a visually memorable and artistic connection for traffic driving over the Mississippi River and between the states of Iowa and Illinois.

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Mississippi River Quad Cities Davenport Bettendorf


Illinois Iowa drone bridge photography photographers

Illinois Iowa drone bridge photography photographers


The Interstate 74 (I-74) transportation road bridge reconstruction serves as the primary crossing of the Mississippi River in the Quad Cities of Davenport, Rock Island, Bettendorf, & Moline in Illinois and Iowa.  The bridge construction project totaled seven miles of interstate expansion.  Design and transportation functionality of the I-74 bridge provides access for the important east-west interstate link in the nation’s Midwest segment of the transportation network with its west end at the I-80 interchange in Davenport Iowa and east terminus at I-75 in Cincinnati.

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drone bridge photography photographers


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white arches bridge river crossing sunset sunrise landscape


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up lighting suspension bridge illumination


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structural infrastructure architectural photographer


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night sunset bridge river ocean water pedestrian traffic


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architectural suspension bridge architect photography Chicago photographer


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artistic night photography infrastructure bridge architecture


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Quad Cities Rock Island Moline Davenport Iowa Illinois drone development photos


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transportation travel railway ports airport landscape traffic bridges stimulus infrastructure


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Chicago photographer infrastructure bridges rail marine


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glass oculus viewing platform river city bridges


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artistic walking path bridge photos


Pedestrians and visitors to the bridge river crossing site are able to use the bike and pedestrian path which features on top a scenic overlook with a glass oculus floor.  The oculus view point provides the public with a unique view through the glass of the Mississippi River flowing below as well as a viewing platform to view the west setting sunsets over the Mississippi river valley.  The 10-foot diameter glass oculus is made of thick, safe to stand on with the tempered glass with a textured surface to provide traction.  In the evening, the bridge glows with up lighting, and the entire path is lit at night to include the pedestrian bridge’s summit scenic water overlook.  The fully separated pedestrian bridge is ADA accessible.  The path connects to existing trails on both sides of the Mississippi River waterway between Davenport, Rock Island, Bettendorf, and Moline. The old I-74 bridge is planned for demolition.

On December 1, 2021, thousands of residents and visitors participated in a celebration walk over the new I-74 River Bridge and celebrated the future of the Quad Cities together. Watch the December recap celebratory walk video on the I-74 River Bridge Youtube page:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6b9p-nDvkyQ

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steel bridge structural infrastructure commercial photographer


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bridge glass oculus viewing platform pedestrian bike path


Congress passed the Whitehouse’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law which will rebuild America’s roads, bridges and rails https://www.whitehouse.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/ (in addition to expand access to clean drinking water, ensure every American has access to high-speed internet, tackle the climate crisis, advance environmental justice, invest in communities.)  Government improvements are for the United States ports, airports, rail, and roads reconstructing our nation’s bridges, and construction of interstate highway traffic and transportation systems.  MILLER+MILLER Architectural Photography is experience in photographing all types of infrastructure, view additional posts featuring Bridges Transportation Road Highway Marine Airports Utilities Photographer image examples.

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white twin arch suspension bridge pedestrians walking bike path


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new bridge park bicycle bike path community development


Mississippi River path Bettendorf Jetty Park Iowa bridge

Mississippi River path Bettendorf Jetty Park Iowa bridge


MILLER+MILLER is a husband & wife, Nationwide traveling commercial architectural photography company. Our photographs of the new Quad Cities I-74 Iowa Illinois bridge replacement crossing over the Mississippi River, connecting Iowa to Illinois, features nearly two decades of work from a number of contributors for the bridge development project. From design, to planning, to construction, the build was a collaboration of the project leads listed below, along with all their sub-contracting partners, and countless other entities, businesses, and community members. ( Sources  www.constructionequipmentguide.com/crews-place-keystone-on-iowa-illinois-bridge/49218, and the links below).

BRIDGE PROJECT COLLABORATORS & CONTRIBUTORS:
IOWA DOT District 6 Cedar Rapids
Illinois DOT District 2

Awards
American Institute of Steel Construction and the National Steel Bridge Alliance — National Award in the Major Span category of the 2022 Prize Bridge Awards

Design
Rosales + Partners — Architect, conceptual engineering and design of bridges, and type study selection, architectural visualizations and physical models
Modjeski and Masters (M&M), as part of the Alfred Benesch Design Team

Construction Management/General Engineering Consultants
Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.
HR Green
Hutchison Engineering Inc.
Knight E/A, Inc
R.M. Chin & Associates, Inc.
Images, Inc. — Public Involvement Strategic Communications Planning


Construction Engineering and Inspection Consultants

R.J. Watson, Inc.
Tenca Steel Detailing, Inc.
Bruner, Cooper & Zuck, Inc.
HNTB
McClure Engineering Associates, Inc

Contractors
Helm Group/Civil Constructors Inc. — Iowa viaduct
Kraemer North America — Illinois viaduct and ramps
K&W Electric — Roadway lighting
Lunda Construction Co. — Main bridge
Minturn — Aesthetic lighting
McCarthy Improvement — Iowa mainline and ramps
Valley Construction — Iowa ramp and mainline storm sewer
Walsh Group — Illinois I-74 mainline and ramps

Contact photographers MILLER+MILLER Architectural Photography to photograph your finished architecture, structure, transportation, infrastructure, or construction project. Providing aerial drone photography, video, and exterior night photography services, we look forward to learning about your unique project and your photography image needs. Our husband and wife photography company with 10+ years of working as a commercial photographer provide an experienced ability to capture a variety of exterior angles, elevations, and artistically framed shots of structures, architecture, infrastructure and more through photography and architectural video services.  

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110 North Wacker Chicago Skyscraper Building Photography

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110 N Wacker Chicago skyscraper building photography


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110 North Wacker Chicago

This next post features architectural photography of the 110 North Wacker Chicago skyscraper building, Chicago’s newest premier Chicago office tower. The mixed-use office and retail building architecture is set between prestigious Wacker Drive and the Chicago River within Chicago’s iconic skyline.  As a Chicago architectural photographer team, MILLER+MILLER is moving often around downtown Chicago photographing properties and developments. As commercial photographers photographing portfolio and marketing property images, this give us a sneak peek into what’s new, building growth, and developments blooming up within the city. From Chicago’s skyscrapers, urban developments, rooftops, riverfront properties, to hot new restaurants, and newly constructed buildings, with each new property is a change to the skyline of Chicago.  With our camera and eyes looking up from the ground for a commercial architecture photography project, or our camera up in the sky for drone aerial photography and architectural video drone vantage view points, we enjoy viewing numerous changes and often have a first-hand look into the urban Chicago modern skyscraper architecture developments and witnessing the evolution of Chicago’s vast skyline views.  

The Class A+ 110 North Wacker Chicago building is a 1.5 million-square-foot premier downtown Chicago office tower and mixed-use property.  The 55-story building with Chicago riverfront is boasting spectacular city views and Chicago Riverwalk access.  The skyscraper location is within Chicago’s Central Business District in the West Loop submarket.  Howard Hughes Corporation is the developer for the Chicago skyscraper development.  Chicago is proud to welcome Howard Hughes, a developer and operator of master planned communities and mixed-use properties nationwide spanning 14 states from New York to Hawaii, and now in Chicago.  One of our niche client’s is photographing inside corporate commercial real estate and office building photography. Below are a few highlights for this new development under construction in downtown Chicago.

110 North Wacker Chicago Building Highlights:* 
– Approx. 1,530,000 rentable square feet
– Dramatic 40-ft high lobby
– 45-ft wide riverwalk
– Floor plates varying from 26,000 to 30,000 rsf
– High performance glass and aluminum curtain wall
– State of the art building systems and telecommunications infrastructure
– Robust amenities
– West Elevation setbacks maximize views up and down the Chicago River
– Setbacks provide a unique architectural identity to the property
– Roof 815 feet
– Floors Count 55
– The Tallest all-commercial building in Chicago since Two Prudential Plaza in 1990
– Alternative building name: Bank of America Tower
– Construction of 110 North Wacker started in 2018
– At the time of this article, Bank of America Investment Bank and Financial Services Company has committed to leasing 500,000 sq feet of office space in the building and Perkins Coie Law Firm has also signed a lease at the 110 North Wacker property.
– The project is designed to achieve LEED Gold certification

*Highlights Sources:  http://110northwacker.com/the-building.php and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/110_North_Wacker

The building is designed by Chicago-based, award-winning architect Goettsch Partners, renowned for their high-rise design and technical expertise. The tower is wrapped in a high-performance aluminum-and-glass curtain wall, showcasing sweeping views up and down the Chicago river, as well as of the Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan.  The modern architectural style utilizes a steel structure, concrete core construction, high performance floor to ceiling glass, 9’-6” clear ceiling height, and high-end stone elements at the pedestrian level and lobbies. The building provides state-of-the art office space, amenities, and notable public outdoor environments.  A 45-foot-high lobby is enclosed by a cable-supported glass wall, and sculpted, folded-limestone cladding covers the elevator cores. The transparency of the low-iron glass wall virtually eliminates the distinction between interior and exterior space, with the lobby and streetscape becoming one. 

Described as situated on the last true “trophy” office site development parcel with nearby access to major every metro transportation system. Goettsch Partners says “the site would have been developed many years ago if not for its trapezoidal shape. Given that the east and west property lines are not parallel, fitting a typical Class A office floor plate, including the center core and desired lease spans, is a challenge.  In addition, for any site along the river, the city requires a 30-foot-wide publicly accessible riverwalk, further complicating the site.  The design addresses the challenges with an unusual stepped center core, which allows for a 45-foot lease span on each side. To avoid an angled perimeter, the west wall has a series of 30-foot-wide, five-foot setbacks, accommodating an orthogonal, five-foot planning module throughout the building.”  The series of architectural setbacks along the west facade creates 14 corner-office opportunities per floor. The riverwalk setbacks also helped to create the building’s distinctive form that accentuates the building’s verticality and avoids the pure box-like appearance of typical office towers.  Three large, “tree-like” column structural elements transfer out the tower columns along the river and further open 45-foot-wide Chicago riverwalk at the building site.

The location is between Wacker with the Chicago River and bounded by Washington and Randolph Streets, the 110 North Wacker building includes robust amenities such as a well-appointed conference center, board rooms, quick casual dining, a large professionally-operated fitness center as well as approximately 100 valet and reserved parking stalls. The project delivers a lushly landscaped public riverwalk and park at the base of the building as well as 360 feet of Riverwalk frontage with pedestrian paths. The Goettsch Partners’s building design provides a 45-foot-wide riverwalk that is covered, but effectively open to the sky, 55 feet above.   

The glass curtain wall enclosure was completed at the time of this photo.  However, the new Chicago high-rise skyscraper development is currently under construction and is set to open in Q4 of 2020.  The mixed-use office tower will feature an abundance of retail and dining options, state-of-the-art building systems, and an arts program.  In addition, approximately half of the site is being allocated for public open space.

Project Participants:
Venture Partner: Howard Hughes Corporation
Real Estate Investment & Development Company: Riverside Investment & Development
Architect Firm & Designer: Goettsch Partners
Clark Construction Main Contractor & Civil Construction Firm:  Clark Construction
Commercial Real Estate Services:  CBRE Group, Inc. 
Chicago Architectural Photographers:  MILLER+MILLER Architectural Photography 

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Photography of the Chicago Illinois Veterans Home

photography Chicago Illinois Veterans home

Photography Chicago Illinois Veterans home

Chicago Illinois Veterans Home photos

Chicago Illinois Veterans Home photos

Drone Chicago medical facilities veterans hospital

Drone Chicago medical facilities veterans hospital

IHC Construction Illinois Veterans Home Project

IHC Construction Illinois Veterans Home Project

This next post features exterior and interior photography of the Illinois Veterans’ Home Chicago. An Illinois state-funded construction project, recently designated as a COVID-19 facility and accelerated to fast-pace construction to alleviate the state of Illinois’ healthcare corona virus needs.

MILLER+MILLER Architectural Photography is a Chicago photographer who completed photography of the Chicago Illinois Veterans Home property building.  The design-build and construction contractor project manager contacted M+M about photographing portfolio images to highlight the property’s commercial / residential interior rooms and photos of the exterior architectural design of the Illinois Veterans Home medical building and nursing home facility.  

As Chicago Architectural Photographers providing exterior, interior and drone aerial photography, this two-day photography shoot at the Illinois Chicago Veterans Assisted Living Facility Home building focused on capturing after construction completion photos.  Our photography clients are architects, interior designers, contractors, landscaping, engineers, and many more collaborating construction participant teams looking to capturing images for a construction or real estate marketing portfolio from hospital medical healthcare architecture photos to senior living communities, retirement, multi-family properties, high-rises, mid-rise buildings construction, and buildings architecture.  Contact our Chicago architectural photography company if you are looking to hire a photographer with experience photographing properties for a variety of clients who participate in a new construction building projects. 

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Illinois state funded property development photographer

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VA Hospital Medical Facility Architecture


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greenhouse concept senior living housing architecture


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Chicago residential commercial development photographer


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Veterans hospital interior design


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interior senior living construction photographer Chicago


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interior IHC Construction Illinois Veterans home Photos


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interior photos nursing home medical facility


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COVID hospital medical clinic interior design


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Chicago interior photography nursing home medical facility


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interior photographer senior nursing home assisted living


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Interior commercial medical construction photographer Chicago


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Dietary stainless steel commercial medical kitchen


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Chicago exterior photographer senior living home property


Chicago Illinois veterans home photography

Chicago Illinois veterans home photography

As COVID-19 positive case numbers rise throughout the United States and in Illinois, many national and state-owned resources are tapped for response by Doctor Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Brix, US President Trump, and Illinois Governor Pritzker. In March 2020, the Chicago Veterans Home new construction development was fast-tracked for completion as an available COVID facility.  The plans for finalizing construction on the medical campus was accelerated into a 2-week plan, to provide the 200-bed veterans facility available to the State of Illinois as soon as possible.

In late March, Gov. J.B. Pritzker appointed Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center Halls and the Chicago Veterans Home as facilities to be converted to a hospital to handle patients due to the new Corona COVID-19 cases in Illinois.  At the time of the acceleration of construction, the Illinois Governor’s office’s “thinking was that in two weeks, the state is going to need any and all space they can find” according to ENR Midwest article.

Illinois state-owned and lead-operated by the Illinois Capital Development Board, the $71-million Chicago Veterans Home building project has had delays since construction began in 2012 because of a faulty foundation design by the original structural engineer and because of shutdowns over disagreements between former Governor Bruce Rauner and Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan. During the past 10 years, according to an article published by the Columbia Chronicle, “the construction project has seen a number of complications, including a budget impasse under former Gov. Bruce Rauner, a design flaw due to earthquake resistance zoning requirements and funding problems.” The Capital Development Board organization oversees construction of new state facilities, such as prisons, college buildings and mental hospitals. It also is responsible for renovation and rehabilitation projects at currently 8,771 state-owned buildings.

From the ENR.com article, the project’s contractor IHC Construction accelerated the schedule for the Chicago Illinois Veterans Home Property by coordinating additional trades on-site to meet the early delivery of the property. “IHC put on a second shift and is now working to get the 200-bed home done as quickly as possible. The firm brought in a cleaning crew that spends about three hours cleaning and disinfecting the space [using] … CDC-approved protocols between shifts and at the end of the day. Other measures include spreading out the work by sending in only two trades workers per space used in the H-shaped, five-story building.”

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State Illinois Veterans’ Nursing Home Chicago


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Illinois veterans home Chicago


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medical facility architectural photography Chicago


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Chicago Illinois Veterans Home


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Chicago architectural photographer veterans medical facility building


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Night Illinois Veterans Home Chicago property images


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Chicago green rooftop greenhouse landscaping terrace building photography


The Illinois Veterans Home Chicago location is located 13 miles from downtown Chicago located on a portion of the Chicago-Read Mental Health Center site.  The urban property’s site location is on Chicago’s northwest side. Chicago’s Illinois Veterans’ Home is the very first Veteran’s facility building within the City of Chicago. The home is a non-age-restricted, licensed skilled care programming and features a strategic adjacency to the Illinois Read Mental Health Center.

The Chicago Illinois Veterans Home is the first newly constructed veterans’ home in Illinois in over 20 years. The Illinois Veterans’ Home is the first veteran’s facility in the state to incorporate the federal Community Living Center (CLC) guidelines with an architectural and interior design created to resemble “home” as much as possible meanwhile providing skilled nursing and medical care services. The facility will provide skilled care for Illinois veterans, including accommodations for Alzheimers care. “This project embodies a paradigm shift in how the State of Illinois approaches veteran care,” says HED Principal and Studio Leader Susan King,  “Using the CLC guidelines, which was mandated by the Federal Veterans Administration for all newly constructed projects in 2011, we’ve created a facility that incorporates small house design at a large scale.” The design of the building is in conformance with the Community Living Concepts (CLC). Greenhouse concepts for senior living and requirements of IDPH was recommended for firms submitting for this project.  

Chicago interior photographer, with a shot list including photography inside the property, photographing images of the nursing hospital and residential veterans living facility.  Photography of the interior construction included the upper floor’s residential areas design with a combined kitchen dining area, library, nurses’ station, corridors, spa tub bathing suite, and a variety of resident rooms sizes. On the first-floor, photography of the hospital commercial dining staff’s dietary stainless steel kitchen, refrigerator cooler, delivery, and food service diet preparation areas.  According to King at HED “The dining program utilizes a hybrid approach with central and residential format kitchens in each household to serve the population appropriately. Medical features and spaces such as nursing stations were approached through a hospitality lens, with finishes that recall a household environment.”

Construction of the 200-bed Veterans home facility is a project managed by the Capital Development Board of Illinois.  M+M are Chicago architectural photographers who quote photos of a variety of design and construction company’s portfolio projects. Over the years we’ve been commissioned for photography projects by many of the professional architects, engineers, project managers, interior designers, construction experts, and construction trades project participants many which the Capital Development Board manage for design and construction of Illinois state-funded facilities. The Capital Development Board, CDB manages projects that touch the lives of almost every state of Illinois citizen with work, construction and development on various state property projects colleges and universities, public safety centers, museums and historic sites, state parks, healthcare centers, and health & office buildings. Custom quoting each exterior and interior photography project producing a set of finalized portfolio images for sales, documentation and marketing / new business promotional purposes of construction buildings and facilities.  

We are a photographer who discusses a building’s exterior to ensure our shots of photography of the Chicago Illinois Veterans Home property included the views the client had envisioned.  Architectural and interesting aspects of the symmetrical designed H shaped, mid-rise property included aerial drone images, ground day and night photography, balcony shots utilizing the residential kitchen living room common area’s private wing terraces, and photos of the resident’s northern gardens to include the second-floor green landscaped garden terrace rooftop and additional garden landscaping sitting area below on the veterans home’s first-floor.  The Chicago Skyline is viewable in the distance from the East facing resident rooms and captured within the aerial drone photography.

Construction Project Collaborators:
Construction Manager (CM): Capital Development Board CDB retains the services of the Commissioning Agent as required for green building certification. The CM will also serve as coordinator of the green building certification process.  The facility requires a minimum of LEED Silver Certification or a Green Globes two-globe rating. 
General Contractor:  IHC Construction Companies LLC, 1500 Executive Drive, Elgin & 2700 Delk Road SE Suite 210, Marietta, Georgia
Turner Construction, 55 East Monroe Street Suite 1430, Chicago
Landscaper:  Twin Oaks Landscaping, Inc. 997 Harvey Road, Oswego, IL
Architect: HED | Architecture, Engineering & Design Firm  1 East Wacker Drive, Suite 200, Chicago
Engineering Consultants: IMEG Corp. | KJWW Engineering Consultants, 1100 Warrenville Road, Suite 400W, Naperville, IL

Additional information and sources: 
McCormick Place to Become a COVID-19 Hospital; Chicago Veterans Home Fast-Tracked to Help, As case numbers rise in Illinois, state-owned resources are tapped for response. https://www.enr.com/articles/49058-mccormick-place-becomes-a-covid-19-hospital-chicago-veterans-home-fast-tracked-to-help?id=49058-mccormick-place-becomes-a-covid-19-hospital-chicago-veterans-home-fast-tracked-to-help&oly_enc_id=6223D4770601A0P
Bringing Our Heroes Home – The Illinois Veterans’ Home Project Tops Off https://www.hed.design/node/1918
Chicago’s first veterans home to be completed this year https://columbiachronicle.com/chicagos-first-veterans-home-to-be-completed-this-year
• Chicago Veterans’ Home at Chicago CDB Project Details https://wwwtest.illinois.gov/cdb/projects/Pages/Veterans-Home-at-Chicago.aspx

Illinois Veterans’ Home Chicago, 4250 N. Oak Park Avenue Chicago Illinois 60634. The facility is the first in Chicago and the fifth in Illinois, with other VA homes located in Manteno, Lasalle, Quincy and Anna.

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