Goettsch Partners is an innovative Chicago-based architecture firm that practices globally, with additional offices in Shanghai and Abu Dhabi and completed projects on four continents.  In Chicago, the firm has designed some of the city’s most distinguished and successful recent office towers, including three 50-story buildings along Wacker Drive—UBS Tower, 111 South Wacker and 155 North Wacker—and the vertically expanded 300 East Randolph building, also known as the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois headquarters. Other local projects include the new building for Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music, the redevelopment of Soldier Field, the in-progress renovation of the Wrigley Building, the ape house at Lincoln Park Zoo, and the home for the U-505 submarine at the Museum of Science and Industry. Overseas, the firm has completed projects in Brazil, China, the Czech Republic, India and the United Arab Emirates, and current work spans locations in Colombia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and more than 15 cities in China.