Leopardo Construction Completes Komatsu's New Headquarters


Leopardo Construction recently announced the completion of the five-floor, 9750 m2 interior build-out of the North American headquarters for Komatsu America Corp.

The new headquarters, located in the Continental Towers in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, is a consolidation of two suburban Chicago offices in Downers Grove and Vernon Hills, and provides office space for more than 300 Komatsu employees.

As general contractor, Leopardo built the space following an innovative and intricate design provided by the architect, Partners by Design. The first-floor reception area and elevator lobbies bear the stamp of Komatsu's corporate image with company history and product offerings displays.

The headquarters also includes a state-of-the-art training room, sophisticated computer server room, and an executive boardroom with high-end millwork, lighting and wall finishes. From an aerial perspective, circular and triangular-shaped rooms depict gears of construction equipment.

"With a great design in place, our team of interior construction experts worked extremely hard and ran all five floors simultaneously to deliver a high-class North American headquarters in less than four months," said Richard Underriner, senior project manager in Leopardo Construction's interiors group.

Leopardo Construction provides pre-construction, general contracting, construction management, design-build and development services. In 2006, Leopardo Construction was recognized by Engineering News-Record magazine as one of the 250 largest contractors in the USA.

Source: Leopardo Construction

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