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Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, MC-1 Building, Batavia, IL

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, MC-1 Building, Batavia, IL


Middough is providing architecture and engineering services for Fermi’s new MC-1 Building on their recently developed Muon Campus. The 13,500 sf facility will house equipment and experiments to conduct research on muon particles which have a mass of about 200 times that of an electron. Middough is providing civil/site engineering, architecture, mechanical, structural, and electrical engineering for this project.

The project is being executed utilizing Revit software to model the building components and provide the Laboratory with a model they can utilize throughout the life of the building.

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/engineering/extreme-machines/moving-a-25-million-magnet-without-moving-it-an-inch-15610395
NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH

NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH


Middough was selected to provide design, engineering and construction administration services for the relocation of existing facilities at NASA to make way for a new runway at the adjacent Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Total installed cost for all the facilities was over $100 million. For over three decades Middough has contributed to the development of over 20 facilities such as: Central Chemical Storage Facility (CCSF), Small-Scale Multi Purpose Research Facility (SMiRF), Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Cryogenics Components Laboratory, Altitude Test Chamber – Rocket Engine Test Facility and several other onsite facilities.
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA), 65th Street Station, Cleveland, OH

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA), 65th Street Station, Cleveland, OH


With the support of local community group promoting the development of homes and businesses incorporating environmental living, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) rebuilt the aging 65th Street Transit station. Hailed as one of the first eco-friendly transit station designs in the country, Middough succeeded in incorporating many LEED® principals without impacting cost or schedule.