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McHugh Completes Renovations at Four Seasons Chicago

James McHugh Construction Co., one of the country’s largest commercial contractors with a concentration in high-end hospitality, has completed the multimillion-dollar renovation of Four Seasons Hotel Chicago, located on floors 30-46 of the 900 North Michigan skyscraper in the Loop. The project, which marks the hotel’s largest renovation since its opening in 1989, ushers in a contemporary design for the luxury hotel’s public spaces as well as its 347 suites.
“We have completed nearly every high-end hotel renovation project in the city of Chicago, so we were eager to dive in and apply our experience to the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago,” said Kate Ivanova, VP of McHugh Construction. 

Beginning in November 2019, McHugh started renovating the nearly 55,000 square feet of public space at the Four Seasons in phases so the hotel could remain open throughout the process.

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