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J.C. Anderson Completes Eight Buildouts for Lifestance Health

.J.C Anderson has completed a 36,000-square-foot buildout project of eight LifeStance Health locations in Chicago. The client is one of the nation’s largest providers of virtual and in-person outpatient mental health care for children, adolescents and adults. 

The general contractor was hired to complete the buildouts, each approximately 4,500 square feet each, at 500 N. Michigan Ave., 1616 N. Damen Ave., 1 E. Erie St. 1010 Leif St., 1515 N. Halsted St., 3976 N. Avondale Ave., 2701 N. Southport Ave. and 2845 N. Sheridan Rd.              

“With material shortages, these eight-week buildouts were challenging to stay on track,” said J.C. Anderson project executive Joe Hynes. “We coordinated with the national vendors and did a lot of the install ourselves to keep the client on budget and on schedule.” 

The J.C. Anderson team was led by Hynes, project manager Jason Hawkins and superintendent Pat Piersanti. Onyx Creative provided architectural services. 


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