Ill. Medical Center Nears Completion

BURR RIDGE, Ill. — Ryan Companies US Inc. completed core and shell construction of the 105,575-square-foot Burr Ridge Medical Center and is nearing completion of more than 60,000 square feet of space that will be occupied in March by Loyola University Health System.
Construction on the center began in January 2010 and the core and shell were completed in December of that year.
Loyola University Health System has leased all of the building’s available tenant space and will immediately use its first two floors for a mix of services. Loyola plans to expand into another 10,000 square feet in the coming months for its PCP practice and women’s imaging.
Burr Ridge Medical Center will include an immediate care center, an imaging diagnostic center and a comprehensive rehabilitation center with a small therapy pool. The space will also include neurosciences, a sleep center and ophthalmology and orthopedics departments.
Sterling Bay Companies is the project’s developer. Other members of the development team consist of Proteus Group, architect and mechanical and electrical engineer; Lindsay & Associates Inc., structural engineer; Jacob & Hefner Associates Inc., civil engineer; and David R. McCallum Associates Inc., landscape architect.
The Troyer Group of Indiana designed Loyola’s space in the center.
In the last five years, Ryan’s Chicago office has been involved in the development and construction of 500,000 square feet of medical office and related projects across the country, including large projects in Wisconsin and Iowa.