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TGRWA Projects – Wheeling Town Center

TGRWA is excited to see construction of the structural system for Wheeling Town Center nearing completion. The 6-story residential building with an adjoined parking garage, located in Wheeling, IL, provides nearly 575,000 square-feet of usable space. This includes 301 residential units and 595 parking stalls. Light gauge bearing walls supported on shallow foundations comprise a… [Read More]

Jorge Montero Passes the Illinois SE Exam!

Congratulations to Jorge Montero for passing the Illinois Structural Engineering (SE) Exam! Jorge joined TGRWA in July, 2013 after receiving a Master’s Degree in Structural Engineering from Purdue University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Quito, Ecuador. He is currently a member of multiple structural engineering organizations,… [Read More]

TGRWA Projects – Rosemont Ballpark

Construction is nearing completion for the Rosemont Ballpark in Rosemont, IL, home of the Chicago Dogs baseball team. TGRWA is the Structural Engineer of Record for the $60 million, 6,300-seat stadium set to host its first home game in May, 2018.  Enclosing the field on the north and west sides is a continuous 2-story, steel-framed… [Read More]

TGRWA Projects – 50 W. Monroe

Selective demolition is in progress for the renovation of three 100+ year old buildings at 50 Monroe in Grand Rapids, MI. A previously-applied façade is currently being stripped off to reveal the historical load-bearing brick masonry walls. The design intent is to modernize the buildings while celebrating their pasts. Each of the three existing buildings,… [Read More]