Nevin Hedlund

Professional Experience
Nevin Hedlund, AIA, has designed and been the Architect of Record for a wide variety of projects in the Chicago metropolitan area and beyond, with building types including museums, religious facilities, universities and other educational facilities, institutions and corporate clients. Nevin began his career in architecture working at Harry Weese Associates on local historic renovation projects, such as the Field Museum, Auditorium Theater and the Newberry Library. He continued his career at Lohan Associates where he focused on corporate and government projects, including the IRS Computing Center in Detroit, the American General Life Insurance Company headquarters in Nashville and an expansion to the U.S. District Court for which he won several awards.  In 1996, Nevin left Lohan Associates to found Nevin Hedlund Architects, which has grown to serve a broad range of clients throughout the area.

Educational Background
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Registration and Professional Affiliations
Registered Architect: Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana
Member, The American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Professional and Civic Involvement
Vice Chair, Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) Board of Advisors
Advisory Committee Member, GreenTown Chicago 2014
Board President, Center for Speech and Language Disorders
Past Board President, Wonder Works, A Children’s Museum in Oak Park
Past Board Member, Oak Park and River Forest Chamber of Commerce
Past Board Advisor, River Forest Plan Commission and Development Review Board
Member, River Forest Service Club
Member, Newberry Library
Past Guest Lecturer, Chicago Architecture Foundation

Awards
GSA Design Award for the U.S. District Court Expansion, 1995
IES Lighting Design Merit Award, U. S. District Court Expansion, 1994
Modernization Excellence Award for the East St. Louis Courthouse Renovation
      Buildings Magazine, 1992

Selected Project List
American General Life Insurance Company – Nashville, Tennessee
AT&T Broadband Cable Network Building – Illinois
Center for Speech and Language Disorders – Lombard, Illinois
Chicago Theological Seminary – Chicago, Illinois
Christ Lutheran Church – Orland Park, Illinois
Congregation Adas Yeshurun – Chicago, Illinois
Congregation Beth Am – Buffalo Grove, Illinois
Congregation Khal Chasidim – Chicago, Illinois
Congregation Khal Ohr Yisocher Chodrov – Chicago, Illinois
Congregation Or Shalom – Vernon Hills, Illinois
General Services Administration – Chicago, Illinois
IRS Computing Center – Detroit, Michigan
Lakeside Congregation for Reform Judaism – Highland Park, Illinois
Lombard Mennonite Church – Lombard, Illinois
Loyola University Chicago, Classrooms, Multiple Projects – Chicago, Illinois
Loyola University Chicago, Cuneo Campus – Vernon Hills, Illinois
Loyola University Chicago, Dormitories, Multiple Projects – Chicago, Illinois
Loyola University Chicago, Offices, Multiple Projects – Chicago, Illinois
Loyola University TV Studio – Chicago, Illinois
Madison Highlands – Oak Park, Illinois
Mars Hill Baptist Church – Chicago, Illinois
Northbrook Community Synagogue – Northbrook, Illinois
Merit School of Music – Chicago, Illinois
Oriental Institute – Chicago, Illinois
Rockefeller Chapel, University of Chicago – Chicago, Illinois
Romanian Baptist Church – Des Plaines, Illinois
Roosevelt University – Chicago, Illinois
Shedd Aquarium, 2011 Special Exhibit “Jellies” – Chicago, Illinois
Temple Chai – Long Grove, Illinois
United Lutheran Church – Oak Park, Illinois
U.S. District Court Federal Center – Chicago, Illinois