PRESS RELEASE: Morgan/Harbour Construction Completes Build-out for American Auto Guardian, Inc.

 Woodridge, Illinois - Morgan / Harbour Construction is pleased to announce the firm has recently completed a 16,100 square foot office renovation for American Auto Guardian, Inc. (AAGI) in Schaumburg, Illinois. 
An administrator of vehicle service contracts and other automotive aftermarket financial products, AAGI  relocated to the property at 1700 E. Golf Road from Arlington Heights, Illinois. Morgan / Harbour was selected for the build-out which included the construction of  executive offices,  private offices,  conference rooms and a reception area. The contractor also constructed a coffee bar, break room, server room and mail room. Features of the new space include custom millwork cabinets and countertops, retrofitted light fixtures for energy savings, and new wall and floor finishes throughout. 
Ben Warriner, vice president of construction led the project management team which included Project Manager Mike Costanzo and Superintendent Keith Zagroba. Interwork Architects provided the architectural design services. 
About Morgan / Harbour Construction
Morgan / Harbour Construction, headquartered in Woodridge, Illinois, is a full-service design/build general contractor and construction manager specializing in both tenant improvements and ground-up construction for distribution/warehouse, food grade manufacturing, office, retail, medical/health, multi-use sports, data centers, and financial institution properties. Morgan / Harbour also has specialized capabilities in the planning and construction of business parks and infrastructure. With vast experience in complex projects, Morgan / Harbour is dedicated to providing clients with the highest level of expertise, integrity and quality. Recent clients include White Oak Realty, Arden Realty, Inc., CenterPoint Properties, Pella Window, Bissell, Daltile, Comptia, Flavors of North America, The Village of Wheeling, and Corum Real Estate. For more information visit
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