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Reed Construction Completes Two Build-Outs at 303 East Wacker Drive


CHICAGO – Reed Construction is pleased to announce that the firm has completed two build-outs at 303 East Wacker Drive on behalf of Chicago Venture Partners (CVP) and Smithfield Foods.

CVP is a private equity investment firm which manages approximately $45 million and has led private investment transactions in more than a dozen companies across several industries. The firm relocated its offices from the 12th floor to the 10th floor of the property. Reed Construction completed the 12,000 square foot renovation to CVP which features new open office areas with exposed painted deck ceilings, large meeting rooms, a break room as well as a lounge area.

Smithfield Foods is a global food company and the world’s largest pork processor and hog producer. Headquartered in Smithfield, Virginia, the firm is relocating its Chicago offices to the 28-story East Loop property from its previous location at 111 East Wacker Drive. Reed Construction completed the 6,000 square foot renovation to Smithfield Foods’ new Chicago location which included new open office areas, large meeting rooms as well as perimeter offices.

Jack Hennessy was the project executive and Jon Zawiski was the project manager for Reed Construction. Eastlake Studio provided the architectural services and Hines represented building ownership for both projects.

About Reed Construction

Reed Construction, established in 1893, is a full-service general contractor specializing in the corporate, healthcare, government, laboratory, mission critical, higher education, hospitality, and industrial markets. With offices in Chicago and Washington D.C., Reed project teams are personally led by senior level professionals experienced in complex projects and dedicated to providing clients with professionalism, integrity and quality. For more information regarding the firm, please visit



03/16/2015 - 14:30


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