The Chicago Architecture Center’s Corporate Partners program offers exclusive benefits and unique opportunities for local businesses wanting to support architecture education, exploration and appreciation.
Since the program’s introduction in 2005, companies of all sizes have become a corporate partner and reaped the benefits, from networking with like-minded professionals at invitation-only events to perks like free walking and river cruise tickets to share with your employees and clients.
Other corporate partner benefits include:
- Increased brand visibility with the CAC’s highly desirable and diverse audience
- Early exposure to some of the city’s up-and-coming projects
- Exciting employee volunteer opportunities at the CAC
- Satisfaction in supporting a leading Chicago cultural and learning institution
The generous support we receive from our corporate partners helps us continue to provide award-winning educational programming to individuals of all ages.
Take some time to review all four membership levels listed in the PDF below and decide which of our 12-month, fully tax-deductible levels is right for your organization. For more information, please contact Val Adams, Manager of Corporate Relations, at email@example.com or 312.561.2114.
Membership Levels and Benefits
Corporate partners breakfast
Every quarter, the CAC hosts a Corporate Partners leadership breakfast that features a noteworthy speaker who addresses hot topics in architecture, design or urbanism.
Q1: David Reifman, Chicago Commissioner, Planning & Development
Q2: Superintendent, Cook County Transportation Highways
Q3: Gordon Gill, Founding Partner, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Q4: Mary Ludgin, Heitman Director of Global Investment Research
Site Design Group, Ltd.
bKL Architecture LLC
Chicago Metal Rolled Products
Columbian Model & Exhibit Works
Development Management Associates
Draper & Kramer
Holabird & Root
Orren Pickell Building Group
Pappageorge Haymes Partners
SMNG A Ltd.
Studio Gang Architects
Valerio Dewalt Train Associates
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Wight & Co.