We’re all navigating through the information regarding COVID-19 and feeling the effect, both personally and professionally. As always, and especially during this time, we want you to know that CCS is committed to supporting our employees, projects, and clients. CCS mastered remote support services years ago, so like any other day, we are open for business and our teams are ready to assist you. Let us know how we can help. Be safe. Gavin Parr, CEO, CCS International, Inc. www.ccsdifference.com
CCS Welcomes New AssociateCCS International is excited to announce that Vinayak Lalwani has joined the firm’s Texas office as a Senior Cost Manager. Vin has a Civil Engineering degree from the Walchand College of Engineering in India and also earned his Masters in Construction Management from TAMU-College Station. Prior to joining CCS, he was a Senior Cost Estimator at a construction consultant company where he was responsible for managing the firm’s cost management department. He has served as the main point of contact for various clients, handling capital construction projects from initial project planning to project close-out.
Time to dine and shop at the new Willis Tower complex
Two years ago, work on one of the most recognized buildings in the Chicago skyline, Willis Tower, (formerly the Sears Tower) began. The Catalog, now partially open to the public, is an inviting and interactive 300,000 square foot, 5-level public retail and entertainment annex that wraps around the base of Willis Tower and will eventually have a revamped and expanded Skydeck experience. Even though the project is still in progress, the large pink wall on Jackson Boulevard has now been transformed into a wall of glass that provides pedestrians the ability to look inside and feel more invited into Willis Tower. The concept behind Catalog, designed by the Chicago Office of Gensler, was to create a place for people to congregate around great food and entertainment. The name was chosen to honor the former tenant, Sears Roebuck and Company who built the tower back in 1973.