Located in Chicago's Uptown neighborhood, the project transformed a nearly 100-year-old station and fully replaced its aged elevated track structure. Construction work began in late 2014 and has included the replacement of more than 2,200 feet of Red and Purple Line tracks and delivered modernized upgrades including new escalators, wider stairwells, larger platforms and ADA compliant elevators. This $203 million project was a major regional economic development project expanding the traffic capacity of the station and adding commercial spaces within the station. The Wilson Station Reconstruction Project transformed the old station that was cramped and dimly lit into a modern, bright and convenient station that is fully accessible to people with disabilities. The station now includes customer amenities like escalators, elevators, more security cameras and stunning new artwork
Comprehensive Construction Consulting (CCC) is providing construction oversight on this project which includes the following:
CCC is awarded the 2014 ‘Construction Project of the Year’ for the Rodgers Elementary School Renovation Project..