Carpenters Partner with OSHA on Rush University Project

Rush University Medical Center has begun construction on a new $450 million Cancer and Neurosciences Center project

This project was made possible by the largest philanthropic gift in Rush history by Joan and Paul Rubschlager. This building will include a new 10-story administrative building, a 10-story parking garage, an underground tunnel across Ashland Ave., a pedestrian walkway on the 4th floor that will connect to the butterfly building to allow access to all of Rush Medical Center’s buildings via the pedestrian walkway system. Adjustable Forms is contracted to do the foundation for this 10-story building.

This project stretches a full city block from Ashland Avenue to Loomis Street on the west to the east and from Harrison Street on the south to Congress Parkway on the north.

The Chicago Regional Council of Carpenter has entered into an OSHA partnership with Power Construction. Completion set  for 2022.

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