Why We Do It

And why that matters.


Our motivation:

We’re working on projects that we care about, that reflect who we are as people, and that moves us to work our hardest every day.

Redmond Construction Corp was founded in April of 2013 as a commercial interiors firm focused on tenant improvement and building amenities projects. Since 2013 our portfolio and team have grown to become a go-to partner for many of Chicago’s top technology startups and emerging-growth companies. We have built strong relationships with tenant reps, owners rep, and building management throughout the Loop, and have outstanding partnerships with architects and subcontractors. We’ve seen steady growth year over year and have assembled an experienced, dynamic team to execute high-quality projects.

A construction company that cares:

We take our relationships with each other and with clients seriously, and we want to build meaningful, worthwhile partnerships. Our team members and our clients have a set of shared values, and we always operate with a client’s best interest as our priority.

The majority of our work is corporate tenant renovation and improvement projects. Our team also works with building owners and property managers to renovate lobbies, common corridors, amenity spaces, and spec suites, as well as perform base building upgrades. We have an active portfolio of retail, financial, industrial, municipal, and education clients throughout Chicago, and select clients in outside markets.


Setting the bar high:

Redmond Construction Corp. is committed to providing equitable access for women and minorities in education, careers, and professional development opportunities in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industries. We also believe in participating in a business ecosystem in Chicago that gives back to our great city, and supports humanitarian and cultural institutions. To hold ourselves accountable to these commitments, we have implemented inclusion and diversity goals, partnership and charitable commitments, and internal project goals.