5th + Broadway
We have completed our part in a major landmark project in downtown Nashville. Located across the street from the historic Ryman Auditorium and Bridgestone Arena (when the Nashville Predators play) is the newest addition to our beautiful city. The 5th + Broadway project is unique in that it is comprised of 3 different buildings – retail/restaurant complex, an office tower, and a residential tower – essentially making it somewhere you can live, work and play. The retail complex is also home to the new National Museum of African American Music.
Elmer Buchta Technology Center
Pike County, IN
We have recently completed our first project to exclusively use our own Genesis RainScreen System. This is the Elmer Buchta Technology Center in Pike County, IN. It will be used as a think tank hub for young college graduates & entrepreneurs in the area. We fabricated and installed 629 panels (8,820 sq. ft.) for this beauty. Panel finish by our friends at LineTec.
A newly completed project – and this one has it all! Composite, corrugated, perforated, metal wall panels and louvers, column covers and backlighting – this is 1222 Demonbreun in Nashville. We partnered with Turner Construction on this beautiful office tower.
The newest high-rise apartment building in our great city is now complete – Kenect Nashville. We fabricated and installed 35,801 square feet (1,148 panels) of ACM and aluminum plate panels on this job.
Breathtaking! Work is complete on the new downtown Nashville Joseph Hotel. We fabricated 63,420 square feet (or 2,420 panels) of our 400 Rain Screen series panels for this beautiful job. Completed August 2020
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.