Randolph Place Residences Lobby Renovation

In this instance, Mintropy has the task of doing construction drawings for approval and construction administration for a lobby renovation. The lobby itself covered 2,400 square feet and included ceiling and door replacement as well as the relocation of the reception desk. Entirely new areas needed to be developed to make better use of the available space. Mintropy broke down the delivery of this project into three phases:

Phase 1

Phase 1 dealt with our background research and schematic designs, which the client approved upon inspection. Our team also performed numerous site-visits to familiarize them with current measurements and existing conditions.

Phase 2

Phase 2 saw Mintropy producing permit drawings and submitting them for approval. We used these drawings to obtain the demolition and building permits necessary to facilitate the job.

Phase 3

Phase 3 utilized Mintropy’s skill with the permit application process in an administrative capacity. This process included the details of submittals, RFI’s Pay Apps. Mintropy’s finalized drawings conformed to the guidelines outlined in the regulations provided by the City of Chicago.

Roles

  • Entry Vestibule Design

  • Conference room design

  • Outdoor air calculations

  • Sprinkler design

  • Lighting Design

  • Low Voltage Design

341

Number of units

24

hour service

1922

Built by Daniel Burnham- Registered as a Chicago Historical Building

This project required significant amounts of planning and research, as well as follow-up. Permit approvals are a delicate business, but Mintropy’s personnel are well-versed in the application process and managed to guide our clients efficiently through the red tape. We dealt with the permit application process and the online forms required, keeping things simple for our client throughout the process.