CHICAGO—J.C. Anderson Inc. has completed a 7,800-sq.-ft. interior build-out for the relocation of Bang & Olufsen’s national sales office. Bang & Olufsen, which is relocating from Arlington Heights, has taken the new space at ArborLake Centre in Deerfield.
Thomas Bean, president of construction services for J.C. Anderson Inc., was the project executive and Dan Burnette was the project manager. Interior Design Group provided the architectural services.
Located at 1751 Lake Cook Road in the northern suburb of Chicago, Bang & Olufsen contracted J.C. Anderson Inc. to customize the new space to suit the firm’s business needs. Construction of the new space included the build-out of open work areas, private offices, a conference room, break room and a display wall for the company to showcase its products.
Bang & Olufsen manufactures a highly distinctive and exclusive range of televisions, music systems, loudspeakers, telephones, and multimedia products.