Jaguar / Land Rover Chattanooga
Partnering with GW Reagan Construction, we completed this renovation project in the spring of 2020. We fabricated and installed all of the ACM and corrugated panels. For the ACM, we used our 600 series rainscreen design – 7,834 sq. ft / 247 panels. There was 4,281 sq. ft / 103 panels of the corrugated metal. Photo credit to project manager Teshome Tulu.
Susan and Benjamin Winter Visual Arts Center – Franklin & Marshall College
Located on the campus of Franklin & Marshall College is the newly completed visual arts center. This unique 33,600 square foot building is home to the art and art history department and has dark rooms, 2 galleries, 8 classroom studios, an 83-seat cinema and a reflecting pool. John W. McDougall Company Inc. fabricated and installed the 294 soffit panels in light blue.
This is another beautiful job we’ve just finished up in Westbrook, Maine. Partnering with GC PC Construction Company, McDougall fabricated and installed 7,051 sq. ft. of phenolic panels, 15,183 sq. ft. of stone composite panels and 9,761 sq. ft. of VZM interlocking panels using our Genesis panel system.
A beautiful, eye-catching building – John W. McDougall Company fabricated and installed this outer facade, made using 4,583 square feet of Alpolic 4mm FR core ACM panels in dark grey mica.
4000 Hillsboro (Vertis Green Hills)
Partnering with general contractor & owner Southern Land Company, we fabricated over 104,000 square feet of composite panels for these buildings, which include residential, commercial and office space. Oprah Winfrey is a major investor in the restaurant located in the front of the buildings, True Food Kitchen. The project was completed at the end of 2018.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center Children’s Hospital Vertical Expansion
Completed in August 2019, we worked with general contractor Turner Construction on this beautiful project. John W. McDougall Co. Inc. fabricated 82,009 square feet of composite paneling (or 4,543 panels) for the new vertical expansion of the buildings
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.