At MillerClapperton, we have completed thousands of project across the United States. Explore the map below to view some of our favorites.
FSU Academic Center
The Academic Center of Excellence (ACE) on Florida State University’s Panama City campus overlooks North Bay and doubled the academic capacity for the campus. The 105,000 square foot facility includes laboratories for engineering and criminology, in addition to underwater crime scene investigations. Also housed in this 3-story building are 21 classrooms, a library, and learning center.
MillerClapperton fabricated and installed nearly 4,000 square feet of Metal Composite Material panels, which accent the top of the rotunda at the center’s main entrance, as well as the soffits and columns lining the drive to the main entry.
Gulf Coast State College
The Advanced Technology Center (ATC) is a 3-story, 100,000 square-foot facility that features technology enriched programs such as robotics, Autotronics, sustainable building technologies, architecture, and engineering. The project earned LEED Gold certification and boasts green roofs with event spaces, a demonstration kitchen, and outdoor seating with wind turbines and PV solar panels for teaching and demonstration.
Reflecting the advanced learning happening inside and out, Florida Architects designed a beautiful and modern facade, accented with Metal Composite Material panels. MillerClapperton fabricated and installed nearly 49,000 square feet of material for this outstanding project.
Glass car elevators that transport drivers from the road below to their garage in the sky – that’s the allure of this 132 unit, 60-story Sunny Isles Beach-front property. The Porsche Design Tower is a luxurious 60-story, $560 million construction endeavor developed by one of South Florida’s most accomplished businessmen – Gil Dezer. Standing at 650′ high, this is the tallest ocean-front residential tower in the US to date. MillerClapperton’s Metal Composite Material panels on this project total over 64,000 sq ft. That’s nearly 1,500 beautiful 3-coat silver metallic 4mm panels.
ERAU Welcome Center
Described by TIME magazine as “The Harvard of the Sky,” ERAU is the world’s largest aviation and aerospace university with a history dating back to the early days of aviation. This 30,000 sq ft facility features daylighting, high-efficiency mechanical & lighting systems, water conservation, materials with recycled content, etc. MillerClapperton has been the wall cladding company of choice on multiple projects for this university.
Norwegian Cruise Line
Located at the port of Miami Cruise Terminal B, the Norwegian Cruise Line Terminal will stand out and contribute to Miami’s iconic skyline. The modern terminal design draws inspiration from a sea creature called nautilus, with a spiraled and multi-level façade opening up to grand ocean views. The Norwegian Terminal will join its fellow cruise line neighbors in the newly renovated cruise port. MillerClapperton fabricated 61,542 Square Feet of ALUCOBOND PLUS Metal Composite Material for the new terminal.
Civil & Human Rights
Located in downtown Atlanta, The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is one of the most uniquely complex and delightfully intricate designs we’ve ever had the pleasure to engineer. The façade features over 2,200 High Pressure Laminate panels in two metallic colors – rotated to create the look of four unique colors. Every single panel on this project is unique – not one was a duplicate. It is the largest application of HPL in the southeast.
GSU College of Law
Georgia State University’s College of Law building is the first dedicated legal education facility on campus. The 205,000-square-foot space located in downtown Atlanta includes 21 state-of-the-art classrooms, a conference center, a ceremonial courtroom, additional courtrooms of varying sizes for clinical practice and community outreach, and an International Arbitration Center. MillerClapperton fabricated and installed 16,000 square feet of Metal Composite Material panels on this $82.5 million project.
The Charles Schwab Corporation opened a new bank and brokerage firm off Peachtree Dunwoody Road in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Located in a booming corporate area, this one-story building featured both Metal Composite Material and High Pressure Laminate, fabricated and installed by MillerClapperton. This elegant architectural design was created by Wakefield Beasley & Associates.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Atlanta, this project has won the ABC Excellence in Construction Award, AGC Build Georgia Award, the Phoenix Award, and the Pinnacle Award. We’ve worked on several expansions for this facility, including a $110M dolphin exhibit that required 12,000 sq ft of Metal Composite Material in 2 colors. Additionally, MillerClapperton provided ribbed metal panels on the north side of this expansion.
The high-end shopping mall, Phipps Plaza, which is located in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood, underwent a major exterior renovation IN 2016 Known for its mix of international luxury brands that appeal to the city’s affluent shoppers, the architect took a modern approach to this aesthetic transformation with a mix of finishes in black, white and beige. MillerClapperton fabricated nearly 16,000 square feet of material for the project, which included both Metal Composite Material and Porcelain tile.
College Football HOF
The College Football Hall of Fame is one of our Top 2015 MillerClapperton Projects and won ENR’s 2015 Best of the Best in Sports/Entertainment. The most attractive and interesting feature of this building is the 80′ rotunda which looks like a football standing on end – clad with 41,000 sq ft of Metal Composite Material panels in 3 custom colors. MillerClapperton engineered, fabricated, and installed the panels on this project’s most prominent and complex structure. We also installed over 8,800 sq ft of champagne colored, perforated deep rib Hefti-Rib panels on the parking deck abutting the Hall of Fame – adding interest to an otherwise bland concrete parking deck structure and integrating well with the rest of the building. LEED BD+C Silver 2015.
lilli Midtown is Atlanta’s newest high-end apartment tower. The name lilli was distilled from the building’s architecture itself. The vertical structure of the balcony movement and facade banding appears to spell out l’s and i’s. Although the tower sits on a tiny 31-acre lot, it stands 24-stories tall and houses 147 units in addition to a rooftop pool and large club room. Named Curbed Atlanta High Rise of the Year in 2018, lilli Midtown’s bone white panels were accented with charcoal panels to highlight the building’s unique architecture, while also framing the units. The design has been compared to a modern interpretation of a Jenga set. For this project, MillerClapperton installed and fabricated more than 29,000 square feet of Metal Composite Material panels.
The Home Depot is the world’s largest home improvement specialty retailer and was named as one of Fortune World’s Most Admired Top 50 companies in 2013. Its first store, in fact, was opened in Atlanta in 1979. MillerClapperton is proud to have provided over 500,000 square feet of Metal Composite Material panels to clad their corporate offices.
For this project, MillerClapperton fabricated and installed 106,500 square feet of Metal Composite Material panels in addition to 24,300 square feet of perforated panels and 1,100 square feet of Decorative Grills. The primary use of the Unisphere is to manage the development of an unlimited supply of transplant organs. The innovative project brings 120,000 square feet of new office space and 10,000 square feet of retail space, as well as public amenity space, to the Silver Spring community. Through the use of advanced building technologies, The 210,000 square-foot, elliptical shaped “Unisphere,” is the largest site Net Zero commercial building in the US.
Duke Energy Center
Gracing the Charlotte skyline, the Center is the first and tallest office tower to receive the highest level of certification under the USGBC’s LEED for Core and Shell rating system Version 2.0. It features daylight harvesting blinds, rainwater harvesting, and a green roof. The Duke Energy Center has over 125,000 sq ft of MillerClapperton engineered panels.
The University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business houses 35 classrooms and 136 faculty offices. This building was designed with the help of the U.S. Department of Energy and features a green rooftop. This building also earned the LEED Platinum certification, the highest certification awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council. MillerClapperton fabricated and installed panels on all the exterior floors, roof, and interior courtyard. A unique feature of the project is the 24 oz. copper pavilion in the courtyard, and the larson larcore A2 honeycomb panels above the two courtyard staircases.
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