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Hayley Sumner

Summit Hires Two Industry Veterans

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New senior level positions signal growth of the firm, creation of interiors division CHICAGO – Chicago general contractor, Summit Design + Build, LLC, recently welcomed Leo Hoerdemann and Helenia Madrigal to the firm. The two industry veterans have filled new senior leadership roles that were created as a result of…
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Habitat for Humanity Team Build Day

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In October 2016, Summit participated in our second Team Build Day with Habitat for Humanity Chicago.

We spent a beautiful Saturday working in Chicago’s West Pullman neighborhood. We worked with teams and residents on three houses, building and installing stairs, framing walls for garages and first and second floor bathrooms, and installing drywall.

In the months leading up to Build Day, our employees, friends, family, clients and subcontractors helped raise $13,700, surpassing our original goal by 203%.

Jewish Council for Youth Services

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Summit Design + Build is a corporate sponsor of The Jewish Council for Youth Services (JCYS).

As a ‘Recreation Enthusiast’ sponsor, Summit helps JCYS provide educational and recreational experiences. These programs are available for children and families throughout Chicago. Summit Design + Build also regularly participates in JCYS events including the annual JCYS Gala and Golf Fore! JCYS outing benefiting Camp Red Leaf.

JCYS has provided services at their family centers, summer camps and specialty programs for over 100 years, and Summit Design + Build is proud to be a sponsor for the second consecutive year.

Cara Chicago

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In April 2016, Summit Design + Build put together a team to participate in the 3rd Annual Sterling Bay 5K to 1K in support of Cara Chicago.

About Cara Chicago: Cara, a West Loop-based non-profit, prepares individuals to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty. Cara has placed over 5,000 Chicagoans into quality jobs which helped them transform their lives, strengthen their communities and forge paths to self-sufficiency.

Feed My Starving Children

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In August 2017, the Summit Design + Build team headed out to Feed My Starving Children’s Schaumburg facility to participate in a meal packing. In just an hour and a half, our team along with other volunteers packed a total of 81 boxes which contained over 17,000 meals, enough to feed 48 kids for a full year. In addition to volunteering our time, Summit employees also helped raise money for Feed My Starving Children prior to the packing.

Feed My Starving Children is a non-profit organization that provides nutritionally complete meals for malnourished children through food partners across the globe.

Soles 4 Souls

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Summit gives back to Soles 4 Should charity

For one of our first drives of 2017, Summit Design + Build employees, friends and family collected shoes for Soles4Souls. This non-profit aims to eradicate extreme poverty through the collection and distribution of shoes and clothing. In one month, our team was able to collect 166 pairs of new and gently used shoes which where then taken to a Soles4Souls drop-off location in Michigan.

Since 2006, Soles4Souls has distributed over 30 million pairs of shoes to people in 127 countries and all 50 U. S. states.

Restoration of 611 n. wells

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The former SRO in Chicago’s River North to be converted for use as hotel CHICAGO – Chicago general contractor Summit Design + Build, LLC recently started work on restoring the Olympia Building at 611-613 N. Wells Street. The adaptive reuse project from Hawkins Way Capital will see the 25,000 square…
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Perl Mortgage office build-out

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Interior renovations wrap up, new construction of racquet center commences CHICAGO – Chicago general contractor, Summit Design + Build, LLC, was recently awarded contracts to complete the new construction of a racquet sports center and the renovations of the club cabana at Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Ill. The new…
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