Nosa Ehimwenman: Engaging with Owners on Construction Projects with Real Positive Impact

Diversity in Construction: The Bowa Group

Source: University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences | Published: May, 2016

The Facilities, Planning, Design and Construction department advances the University of Chicago Medicine’s dedication to diversity and inclusion by providing minority- and women-owned businesses access and opportunity to compete for contracts on construction and development projects. The Bowa Group (Bowa) is just one of the many minority-owned firms that does business with UChicago Medicine. | Read more…

Bowa Construction Today article

Source: Construction Today | Published: January, 2016

In only three years, The Bowa Group has gone from being the new kid on the block to earning a reputation as a reliable general contracting and construction management firm. “People are starting to know who we are,” President and CEO Nosa C. Ehimwenman says. “We’re bringing a positive new energy, new approaches and new technologies in the market in Chicago.” | Read more…

Bowa Construction Breaks Ground on $61 Million Dollar Healthcare Facility in Orland Park

University of Chicago’s Medicine new facility offers more healthcare options for south suburban residents

Source: Press Release Posted on PRWeb | Published: October, 2015

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Left of right: Nosa Ehimwenman (president and CEO, The Bowa Group ), David Graff (senior vice president/director of project services, MB Real Estate), Ryan Eberly (project executive, Hammes Company), Alder Derose (assistant director of construction compliance, University of Chicago Medicine), Mayor Dan McLaughlin (Village of Orland Park), Joan Archie (executive director of construction compliance, University of Chicago Medicine), Rick Kobus (president and CEO, Tsoi/Kobus & Associates), Joel Klahn (senior project executive, Leopardo Companies), Marco Capicchioni (vice president of facilities planning, design and construction, University of Chicago Medicine), Theresa Quinn (executive director of ambulatory services, University of Chicago Medicine)

UCM-CAC-Orland-Park-Rendering-1024x576Bowa Construction of the Bowa Group Inc., broke ground for the University of Chicago’s Medicine Center for Advanced Care at Orland Park, offering more healthcare options for residents living in the south suburbs.

The $61 million dollar project is a 108,000-square-foot ambulatory health care facility and will be the University of Chicago Medicine’s largest off-campus location. Slated for completion in 2016, the new facility will include a four-story multi-use building with a pharmacy, 80 exam rooms, and will house services for radiation oncology, orthopedics, gastroenterology, cardiology, pediatrics, women’s health and surgical consulting.

“The new facility will not only offer more healthcare options for the south suburbs but will jumpstart economic development, creating more job opportunities,” said Bowa Construction CEO and President Nosa Ehimwenman. “We are very excited to be a part of this joint venture with Leopardo Companies and look forward to the completion of this project.”

This new facility is another step toward Bowa’s goal of incorporating its core principles of family, integrity, excellence, and inclusion into the world we live in. Bowa construction always sets the bar high on each of its projects, by making a dream become reality. Learn more about Bowa Construction by visiting www.thebowagroup.com.