Chuhak & Tecson moved to new offices on April 1
Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. is excited to announce that the firm has moved to a new location effective April 1, 2022. The new office space at 120 S. Riverside Plaza, suite 1700, Chicago, near Union Station between Adams and Monroe, now brings everyone together on one floor and provides more efficient and productive access to collaborate with each other and with our clients.
In keeping with the firm’s focus of One Space … One Culture … One Firm, the new office fosters a better fit for the firm’s culture of dynamic and ever improving and mutual mentoring, coaching, training and teamwork among attorneys, paralegals and staff as well as continuing to further enrich client service. The new space is designed with employees and clients in mind. It offers contemporary visual appeal, but more importantly, better workspace designs, improved physical workflows and inviting meeting spaces.
“We are so excited that our two and one half year process is finally coming to fruition, as we move into new space that we were able to design and build from scratch,” said Mitchell D. Weinstein, president and a member of the firm’s Space Lead Team. “We are anxious to bring everyone together on one floor for the first time in a very long time.”
Weinstein continued, “From the time we decided to move, we sought to design and build space that would provide amenities and benefits for our staff and clients. The new space provides more natural light to interior spaces and adds state-of-the-art technology to our conference rooms — something we have lacked in our current space. We even designed a family room for clients who bring young ones to their will signings, which is unique. We are returning to the office more regularly these days, as the pandemic restrictions have lessened, and as we adapt to a hybrid work environment, this new space encourages togetherness and collaboration. We look forward to seeing everyone enjoy this space, and, when appropriate, invite clients and colleagues to see it as well.”
One of the most important aspects of the firm is the value it stresses on inclusiveness, as it strives to be a place where everyone, regardless of their role or their contributions, can feel equally involved and supported in all areas. A smaller footprint allows for enhanced access and interaction — and thus more touchpoints — so that everyone can feel a more heightened sense of belonging that encourages them to do their best work and reach their potential.
The firm is concentrating on its environmental impact, especially the furthering of a paper-light direction, limiting filing space and changing related storage processes. It is also using this project to support minority- and women-owned businesses in the community. To date, the firm has directed more than 33% of its construction dollars to such businesses and has requested and worked with diverse teams from other vendors while actively encouraging non-minority or non-women-owned businesses to hire diverse work crews.
For additional information on Chuhak & Tecson’s new offices, contact Michelle Schadler, chief operating officer, at email@example.com