Marquette University Student Housing
Milwaukee, WI

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.

Architect:  Design Collective, Inc.   General Contractor:  J.H. Findorff & Sons Inc.   Subcontractor:  Construction Supply & Erection, Inc.   Photo credit:  Jacob Hill

University of Northern KY
Highland Heights, KY

Northern Kentucky University Natural Science Center

University of TN
Knoxville, TN

Min Kao Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences Building

Churchill High School
San Antonio, TX
Oak Ridge Associated Universities
Oak Ridge, TN

A consortium of major Ph.D.–granting academic institutions – ORAU cultivates collaborative partnerships that enhance the scientific research and education enterprise of our nation.

University of Alaska Fairbanks Museum of the North
Fairbanks, AK

Nationally recognized architect Joan Soranno and the GDM/HGA architectural team designed the building to convey a sense of Alaska, with innovative lines and spaces evoking images of alpine ridges, glaciers, breakup on the Yukon River and the aurora. Panel fabrication and installation by John W. McDougall Company.

Ohio State Student Union
Columbus, OH

Construction Manager: Smoot Construction
Contractor: Hilliard Glass
Architects: Moody Nolan and Michael Dennis & Associates
LEED Silver Certified

Marquette University Eckstein Hall Law School
Milwaukee, WI

As the only law school in the state of Wisconsin, Marquette University’s Eckstein Hall Law School is, in itself, a unique part of this historic college as well as the entire state. This 205,000 square foot includes two model courtrooms, 11 classrooms, 85 faculty and staff offices, conference center, café and a unique library “without borders” which integrates into all four floors of the building. The project, designed by The Opus Group and Shepley Bulfinch, received LEED Silver certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, was honored as one of 30 outstanding Wisconsin projects by the Milwaukee Daily Reporter and named as “Project of the Year” in The Business Journal’s 2011 Real Estate Awards.

We had a great opportunity on this project to show the diversity and accuracy of our commitment to quality as we provided the intricate ACM detail on the building’s exterior.

Architects: The Opus Group and Shepley Bulfinch