Project Spotlight

Project Spotlight

Each week, our Friday5 newsletter brings you updates on our current and recent projects. Scroll below for our recently highlighted projects, or to subscribe to our Friday5, click here.

HOSPITALITY
HUB

Plans for the new Hospitality Hub campus include a 6,000-square-foot intake facility, multiple greenspaces, a day plaza, and a barrier-free women’s shelter. The new facility increases the capacity to serve Memphians in need of temporary housing and help transitioning out of homelessness.

Each of he 32 bedrooms in the shelter will have two beds with trundles and a semi-private bathroom. Guests will have access to a kitchen, laundry, and family room, while trauma-informed design elements like rounded corners, calming greenspaces, quiet areas, and welcoming colors will be incorporated into the architecture. For this project, MillerClapperton is fabricating and installing 1,800 square feet of Metal Composite Material.

FLAGSHIP
CAR WASH

In February 2022, Ashburn, VA became home to the largest indoor car wash facility in the United States with the opening of Flagship Car Wash’s newest location, which is situated along Loudoun County Parkway. The 65,000-square-foot building offers side-by-side wash tunnels, 22 free vacuum stations, and 10 detail bays. MillerClapperton fabricated 1,900 square feet of Metal Composite Material for the project.

HOPE DUARTE OUTPATIENT CLINIC

The new, 250,000-square-foot Outpatient Center will be the focal point of the northeast City of Hope Duarte campus. At the base of the San Gabriel mountains, the facility sits like a “boulder in a stream”, a reference to the alluvial plains and gravel quarries of the region. The outpatient clinic harnesses nature and views to create a compassionate, patient-centric approach while delivering the highest standard of cancer care through a flexible, multidisciplinary model with the latest technology. MillerClapperton will fabricate 1,900 square feet of Zinc-coated  Metal Composite Material for the project.

UPTOWN
ATLANTA

Uptown Atlanta, formerly known as the MARTA-connected Lindberg City Center, was one of the country’s first true transit-oriented developments when it debuted nearly 20 years ago. Under redevelopment by Rubenstein Partners, plans call for a “hyper-accessible” retail and work hub that includes public art and gathering spaces plus 1 million square feet of modernized, Class A office space.

Storefronts will be reconfigured to allow for more outdoor dining with covered searing areas and weekly events are planned on site that include art markets and outdoor yoga. Future plans call for the project to connect to the Atlanta BeltLine, PATH400, and South Fork Conservancy trails. MillerClapperton is fabricating and installing 6,400 square feet of Metal Composite Material, 2,500 square feet of Fiber Cement, 1,000 square feet of Plate Aluminum, and 1,200 square feet of Perforated Aluminum Plate for the project.

MILTON
ELEMENTARY

Milton Elementary opened to students this past Fall after a major renovation that preserved the historical elements of the original 1932 building, such as the gym and auditorium, blended with modern necessities for students and staff. The original building was reconfigured to house first through fourth grades and a two-story addition hosts kindergarten on the first floor and fifth grade on the second floor. The new main lobby includes a nod to Milton’s button industry and the ice house formerly located on the adjacent Wagamons Pond. MillerClapperton fabricated 1,200 square feet of High Pressure Laminate material for the project.

RODRIGUEZ
MIDDLE SCHOOL

The recently completed middle school in the Denton School District is named after longtime public education advocates, Dr. Rudy and Rosemary Rodriguez. The 176,100-square-foot state-of-the-art campus is situated in the town of Oak Point and features 42 classrooms surrounded by open, collaborative learning spaces filled with natural light, as well as courtyards for educational use. MillerClapperton fabricated 2,100 square feet of High Pressure Laminate material for the project.

HOSPITALITY
HUB

Plans for the new Hospitality Hub campus include a 6,000-square-foot intake facility, multiple greenspaces, a day plaza, and a barrier-free women’s shelter. The new facility increases the capacity to serve Memphians in need of temporary housing and help transitioning out of homelessness.

Each of he 32 bedrooms in the shelter will have two beds with trundles and a semi-private bathroom. Guests will have access to a kitchen, laundry, and family room, while trauma-informed design elements like rounded corners, calming greenspaces, quiet areas, and welcoming colors will be incorporated into the architecture. For this project, MillerClapperton is fabricating and installing 1,800 square feet of Metal Composite Material.

700 NORTH FREDERICK

A 44-acre property is under development in Gaithersburg, MD that will include 450,000 square feet of flexible commercial/warehouse space between two identical Class A buildings and a 10,000-square-foot retail development with plans for a linear park. The site is located along Interstate 270 and just 6 miles from the beltway and 20 miles northwest of downtown Washington D.C. MillerClapperton will be fabricating 4,500 square feet of Metal Composite Material for the project.

BOEING FABRICATION CENTER

The Boeing Company, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of commercial jetliners, defense, and space and security systems, is opening a new, one-story fabrication center in Mesa, AZ. Located on 21+ acres, the 155,00-square-foot building is designed to complement surrounding buildings within the Mesa Boeing campus. MillerClapperton will fabricate 1,450 square feet of Metal Composite Material for the project.

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