J.C. Anderson is pleased to announce that the firm has completed an office renovation for Williams Montgomery & John Ltd. (WMJ) located at 233 S. Wacker Drive (Willis Tower) in Chicago.

J.C. Anderson was selected to complete a renovation of the law firm’s entire office, which included a new reception area, offices, conference rooms and an entirely new IT room to allow for cutting-edge technology. The construction team for J.C. Anderson, led by Project Executive John Angelovich and Superintendent Mark Vold, carried out a detailed, phased relocation plan for staff so their offices could be disassembled and re-built in their new space without disruption. Gensler provided the architectural services.

“The collaborative manner in which our entire project team, with tremendous support from the architect and executives at WMJ, approached this job was critical in meeting all the scheduling and budget expectations of our client,” said J.C. Anderson Chief Operating Officer Steve Boulukos.

Founded in Chicago in 1967, WMJ consists of trial and appellate lawyers with extensive experience in front of juries, judges and arbitrators. Combining integrity, ability and effectiveness, WMJ is the “go to” firm for a variety of clients, ranging from large multinational companies to entrepreneurs. The firm’s lawyers have extensive jury trial, bench trial and arbitration experience involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, professional malpractice, products liability, defective construction, intellectual property, employment, insurance bad faith and white-collar litigation.