As Construction Managers, versatile staff works closely with Owners to achieve budget, quality and schedule objectives and to minimize any disruptions to operations. Learn More
Program Management is the process of delivering a project or series of projects from conception through completion using a team of experts whose sole focus is achieving the Owner’s goals. Learn More
Particular attention to phasing, required deadlines, procurement of long-lead items and meeting any phased move-in requirements of the Owner is the d’Escoto, Inc. way. Learn More
d'Escoto, Inc., founded in 1972 and incorporated in 1977, is a professional business enterprise offering multi-disciplinary construction services to public and private clients. Learn More
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Engineering and architecture services provide a means to positively impact society through the use of environmentally responsible materials and practices, accessibility, durability and maintainability. With the realization of this much grander vision and the potential impact of our work, we design, engineer and manage these projects down to the smallest detail. It is with a diligent, knowledgeable and progressive thinking professional staff that d’Escoto, Inc. pushes toward a future full of functional, adaptable and sustainable engineering and architectural marvels.
Our Core Values
d’Escoto, Inc. stands on a solid foundation of core values, with honesty, integrity and transparency at the forefront. We hold these values as essential keys to our business direction and decisions, both in the office and in the field, internally and most importantly, in our client relationships. d'Escoto, Inc. will continue to strive to achieve the goals of inclusion and opportunity for others. It is in standing for others, that we prove our core values.
- Tour of the 606 Bloomingdale Trail
We seized an opportunity to take advantage of the warm weather and visited our field staff at The 606, …
- El Valor's Annual Don Quixote Dinner
We are proud to have been sponsors of El Valor's Annual …
- Rebuilding Together Program
d'Escoto Builders is sponsoring house renovations to help a senior citizen in …
- March of Dimes Awards Luncheon
We are proud to be a sponsor of the upcoming March of Dimes Construction & Transportation Awards …
- 2015 Mentor/Protege Award
d'Escoto,Inc. and Burns & McDonnell were recognized with…
- IIT Engineers Week Expo
Engineers Week Expo at the Illinois Institute of.…
2015 Mentor/Protégé Award
d’Escoto, Inc. and Burns & McDonnell were recognized with the Mentor/Protégé Award at the Hispanic American Construction Industry Association (HACIA) 36th Annual Awards Banquet which celebrates the yearly accomplishments of members and partner organizations. This team was honored for its successful collaboration on the on Illinois Tollway’s I-90 Construction Corridor/Construction Management Project which started in 2013 and is in its final stages of completion. This project is intended to improve safety and travel times, from Rockford to Elgin, through the construction of an additional lane, wider shoulder and auxiliary lanes.
Under Burns & McDonnell’s meaningful guidance d’Escoto, Inc. excelled in its Protégé role and had the opportunity to enhance its Phase III professional service capabilities. We want to acknowledge the following d’Escoto, Inc. staff who were instrumental in this project: Tim DeSimone, Krzysztof Karpierz, Brian Hamm, Richard Munizzo and Krzysztof Kluza. We would also like to thank the Burns & McDonnell team and Jason Wenberg for their constant support, faith and confidence in d’Escoto, Inc.’s ability to perform on this major project. We look forward to working with them on the next phase of the I-90 Widening Project and in the future. A special thank you to the Illinois Tollway for championing the Mentor/Protégé Program.×
El Valor's Annual Don Quixote Dinner
May 12, 2015
We are proud to have been sponsors of El Valor's Annual Don Quixote Dinner which is organized to honor individuals who make significant contributes to benefit children and adults with physical challenges. We salute you El Valor for all that you do for the underserved! An amazing event!×
Rebuilding Together Program
April 25, 2015
We are excited to participate in a Rebuilding Together event during National Volunteer Week! Beginning this Saturday, we will be applying our expertise to provide extensive home rehabilitation and modification services to low-income homeowners. We are proud to do our part in rebuilding homes and communities nationwide.×
March of Dimes Construction & Transportation Awards Luncheon
April 16, 2015
We are proud to be a sponsor of the upcoming March of Dimes Construction & Transportation Awards Luncheon. It’s an honor to support such a great organization that invests in the health and well-being of our communities’ future leaders×
2015 IIT Engineers Week Expo
February 24, 2015
Engineers Week Expo at the Illinois Institute of Technology Wheaton campus. Fun demonstrations, hands-on activities by scientific organizations and information and opportunities from professional societies are part of this free annual event on Saturday, Feb. 28. The event is geared toward kindergarten through elementary students.
Freezing cold can be fun – at least the way it's presented by the Mr. Freeze Cryogenic Show, a perennial event favorite. Others favorites include Chicago Area Robotics and the PBS Kids Zoom and Design Squad. Engineers Week events will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Feb. 28 at the IIT Rice Campus, 201 E. Loop Road in Wheaton, Ill. For more information go to http://www.dupageeweek.iit.edu or call 1 (630) 682-6000.×
Bloomingdale Trail Tour
May 13, 2015
We seized an opportunity to take advantage of the warm weather and visited our field staff at The 606, the Bloomingdale Trail Project where we were treated to a tour of the trail. The trail, which was once old Canadian Pacific railroad tracks that carried freight cars, is close to being completely transformed into a park. On our tour we learned about unique drainage considerations that had to be made for the project, the story behind the absence of toilets, the trail's many mixed-use opportunities, the special layer cake soil to eliminate erosion, park security, and a potential phenology study.
The highly anticipated rails-to-trails project runs along Bloomingdale Avenue from Ashland to the east to Ridgeway to the west. And the 3 mile path slices through Bucktown, Wicker Park, Logan Square and Humboldt Park. Ribbon cutting at each of the on/off ramps and all day celebration events are slated along the trail on June 6th, 6-06, to mark the opening day of the trail. Get a bird's eye view from a drone fly-over: Click HereSee more photos by RedEye: Click Here×
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