Originally opened in 1990, the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN went through a $129M renovation recently, with work completed in the Fall of 2017. John W. McDougall Co., Inc. fabricated and installed 254,086 square feet of custom finished ACM panels for the building façade, using our 400 Rainscreen Series system.
Norton Museum of Art
West Palm Beach, FL - AWARD OF MERIT WINNER 2019 ENR MAGAZINE SOUTHEAST BEST PROJECTS
A truly beautiful piece of architecture – now complete and open to the public! The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, FL just went through a $100M expansion. In a partnership between John W. McDougall Company, Engineered Wall Systems Midwest and Kistler McDougall Corp., we fabricated and installed 16,799 sq. ft. of polished silver stainless steel paneling to form the cantilevered roof of the addition – working with cutouts around an 80 year old banyan tree that is now the focal point of the new entrance. The architect that designed this gorgeous expansion is the prestigious Foster + Partners. The general contractor is Gilbane Building Company. Photo credits to Nigel Young.
5th & Broadway
A contemporary residential Tower, a class-A office tower, 200,000 square feet of walkable shops and rooftop restaurants – the 6.2 acre site of the old Nashville convention center is taking shape as the new 5th and Broadway project kicks off. This mixed-use project is right in the heart of music city, and John W. McDougall Company will be fabricating and installing the exterior facades for all three buildings. Rendering pictured courtesy of Brookfield Properties.
University of Vermont Medical Center – Miller Building
We have recently completed work on the University of Vermont Medical Center’s Miller Building. This was an addition to the current hospital, focusing on the care of the sickest and most complex patients in an environment that promotes healing and quiet. John W. McDougall Company fabricated and installed 2,486 ACM panels (73,703 sq. ft.) to the exterior of the new building, using Reynobond 4mm FC Copper Penny & Silversmith.
Marquette University Student Housing
New for the school year 2018-2019 at Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI) is the recently completed Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J. Commons residence hall facility. The two resident towers connect by lower-level dining and community and worship spaces. There are 890 beds between the towers in rooms with modern furnishings. There are also classrooms and quiet study spaces. Using our 400 Rainscreen series, John W. McDougall Company fabricated all of the 53,000 square feet of ACM panels that cover the exterior of the towers, using 4mm Reynobond FR material.
14 West Broadway
A lovely addition to the downtown Boston area, this project was completed in August of 2018. These are luxury condos that offer a beautiful view of the downtown skyline and strategically placed across the street from the subway station. Incorporating our 408 series, we fabricated and installed 1,929 panels of Larson ACM 4mm fr core material to cover all the balconies, entrances, canopies and the penthouse on this building.
Architect: Rode Architects Inc. General Contractor: K & G Entrances Building Owner: City Point Capital
An eye-catching job, the Westin hotel in Milwaukee, WI was completed in May of 2018. John W. McDougall Company fabricated and installed 72,000 square feet of 4mm FR core composite metal panels (ACM) using our 400 series rain screen panel system. The project architect was Kahler Slater. General contractor was J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. Awards on this project include a Real Estate Award from the Milwaukee Business Journal and a Top Projects Award from The Daily Reporter.
Medical College of Wisconsin – Hub for Collaborative Medicine
John W. McDougall Company partnered with Flad Architects to build the new Hub for Collaborative Medicine on the campus of the Medical College of Wisconsin. Completed in April 2018, the eight-story, 310,000 square foot building will allow more than 1,400 physicians, nurse practitioners, researchers and healthcare staff to be relocated into one dedicated central workplace, freeing up clinical space within the hospital. We provided the 75,000 square feet of anodic clear 4mm, coil coated Larson ACM panels.