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The Public Building Commission of Chicago plans, designs and constructs municipal buildings--schools, libraries, fieldhouses, fire stations and more.
50 West Washington, Room 200
Blue Line - Washington Station
|Monday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Tuesday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Friday||09:00 - 17:00|
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The Public Building Commission of Chicago plans, designs and constructs municipal buildings—schools, libraries, fieldhouses, fire stations and more.
The Public Building Commission is committed to client service and strong stewardship of public resources. The PBC plans, designs and builds municipal facilities that reflect the highest standards of environmental and economic sustainability.
The vision of the Public Building Commission is a built environment in which function, beauty and sustainability are inherent to every community; where physical surroundings inspire and support achievement of the individual goals of those who live, work and visit Chicago and Cook County; and, where people gather to share the common values that truly build our communities.
The Public Building Commission of Chicago was established on July 25, 1956. Recognizing the need for professional management of public construction projects, Mayor Richard J. Daley formed the Public Building Commission to oversee construction and help ensure quality facilities, an important goal that lies at the heart of our organization. Today, Chairman Lori Lightfoot is joined on the board by 10 other business and civic leaders whose dedication to the city and its communities has led them to volunteer their time to shape Chicago’s built environment and its future.