Canadian engineering and architecture firm EXP is joining the list of companies relocating their headquarters to Chicago.
EXP's move from the Toronto suburbs is expected to create 150 new jobs in Chicago, according to an announcement from Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office. The company plans to fill those positions with local talent and recruit from Chicago-area universities. The jobs include civil engineers and architects, among other technical positions.
The new employees will join 230 people who already work at EXP's office in the Loop, according to the mayor's office. That space will undergo a $5 million renovation, scheduled to start in April.
"The strong talent...