Commercial Renovation Projects

Project Spotlight:
Interior Design Group

Constructed in the 1950’s, this 11,000 square foot retail/office building in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, was reduced to 30% of its original structure and completely renovated by Cicero's. One of the country's top interior design firms, IDG designed the interior themselves to have open office work environment that would foster teamwork, which is essential in how they operate. 

Commercial Renovation Projects
Spertus Institute Chicago, IL
Bernard Horwitz Center Chicago, IL
IIT Source Lisle, IL
Gourmet Food Brokers Lisle, IL
Zinc Foodservice Group Lisle, IL
North American Properties Oakbrook Terrace, IL
Interior Design Group Glen Ellyn, IL
Dugan and Lopatka Wheaton, IL
American Roof Preservers Woodridge, IL
McProperty Management Chicago,IL
Medcore International Aurora, IL
Paradigm Properties, Aurora, IL
Nail Pro Naperville, IL
Ogden Cleaners Naperville, IL
Septran Inc. Woodridge,IL
1st American Bank Aurora, IL
Transwestern Inc. Chicago, IL
Woodridge Food Pantry Woodridge, IL
Once Upon A Child Joliet, IL
Once Upon A Child Naperville, IL
Cash America (Chicago, Merrionette, Oak Park, IL)
Argavest Inc. Woodridge, IL
DSC Logistics Inc. Des Plaines, IL
Imprint Enterprise Aurora, IL
Calumet City Jewelers, Calumet City, IL

Project Spotlight:
Clutch Studios

With creativity at its core, Clutch Studios envisioned a renovation of its 10,000 sq ft offices into an open, uncluttered space that fostered fresh thinking and collaboration. The catch? It needed it completed during a two week span in late December when employees where enjoying a much deserved vacation. Cicero's stepped up with a day-by-day construction plan to keep the project on schedule and within budget so Clutch Studios could be open for business on time in its fresh new space.

Project Spotlight:
Adams Magnetics

The renovation of Adams Magnetics updated the company’s single-story 4,200 square-foot interior into a contemporary, open environment that promotes employee productivity, enhances teamwork and collaboration, and reflects the company's dynamic brand and culture. The project was phased sequentially to work around the occupied portions of the Adams Magnetics buildings and often involved multiple moves for occupants.

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