Residents in the North Suburban Library District (NSLD) will see some big changes to their favorite reading spot as Ringland-Johnson Construction announces its work is officially complete at the Loves Park facility.
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Ringland-Johnson Construction crews are renovating part of SwedishAmerican’s Immediate Care Clinic to accommodate the recently announced Woodward Health Center. The clinic, located at 2473 McFarland Road, is about five miles or less from each of Woodward’s three facilities.
Ringland-Johnson Construction recently pledged its support to become a sponsor for the Kids Around the World Annual Celebration Dinner on Thursday, October 6th at Giovanni’s in Rockford.
Ringland-Johnson Construction recently donated a portable office trailer to Keep Northern Illinois Beautiful (KNIB) for the organization’s Medication Disposal Collection in Machesney Park.
In a district-wide initiative to create safer infrastructure for students and staff, Ringland-Johnson Construction is working to bring safety upgrades to all four schools at Meridian Community Unit School Distict #223.
Ringland-Johnson Construction recently sponsored a fishing team that took top honors at a qualifying competition in the Professional Musky Tournament Trail.
North Suburban’s Loves Park branch has been a bit noisier than the average library in recent days, but officials at Ringland-Johnson Construction say that renovations are nearly finished.
Peak PSX Training Facility in Loves Park is open.
Ringland-Johnson Construction announced that three of its employees recently earned certification from the Winnebago & Boone County Soil & Water Conservation Districts after successfully completing a Sediment & Erosion Control Workshop at the Northern Illinois University Rockford Campus.