PROJECT SPOTLIGHT: Orlando Regional Medical Center

A MillerClapperton Top 2015 Project

Our Number Five pick for the Top 2015 MillerClapperton projects is the Orlando Regional Medical Center in Central Florida. It is, in fact, Central Florida’s only Level One Trauma Center. At 345,000 sq ft and 10 stories tall, the center features dedicated cardiac floors and a new trauma intensive care unit.


1248 Orlando regional Medical Center (VIDEO 2 - Tour)

Orlando Regional Medical Center
52 W. Underwood St. | Orlando, FL

BUILDING BACKGROUND: 345,000 sq ft | 10 stories
PANELS: 28,000+ sq ft | 1,500+ panels. Color: Standard 3-coat.

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Brasfield & Gorrie


Orlando Regional Medical Center unveils new tower - Naseem S. Miller, Orlando Sentinel (January 10, 2015)
Brasfield & Gorrie Deploys Innovative Approach to Project Delivery at Orlando Regional Medical Center - (November 26, 2013)

Orlando Regional Medical Center  Progress Photo

Orlando Regional Medical Center
Progress Photo


Orlando Regional Medical Center

Orlando Regional Medical Center


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A New and Improved

It is with great pleasure that we announce the completely redesigned  This new and improved website is the culmination of countless hours of work by our in-house Information Technology specialist, Jonathan Ethridge, and is sure to help distinguish Miller-Clapperton as the premier engineered wall cladding specialists in the country.

In our minds, there is no excuse in 2012 to not have an interactive, user-friendly website if you want to pursue highly engineered, monumental projects.  We just lost a substantial government exterior cladding project last week to a company whose website makes no mention of Metal Composite Material and touts their specialty as interior walls and ceilings.  Memorably, we once even competed on a $750K university project with a roofer who describes on their website their expertise with thatched roof tiki bars.  Yes, I’m serious.  For us though, our website is the portal through which architects and contractors first encounter Miller-Clapperton and we want to make a strong first impression.

I encourage you to visit and surf around a little bit.  Some specific improvements from our prior website are below:

  • Our inclusion of Trespa® as a product offering.  Our historical focus has been on Metal Composite Material, but we are also one of only 10 Certified Trespa® Meteon dealers in North America and have fabricated and installed over 150,000 square feet of High Pressure Laminate material since 2007.
  • Biographies of our owners and senior management team
  • An interactive map of our completed projects utilizing Google maps that then links to a gallery of each project.  Please note there are hundreds of projects for which we do not have pictures and therefore, are not included on this map.  It will be an on-going process to complete this section.
  • Testimonials from industry associates and past customers as to our workmanship and ethics
  • A better platform for our weekly blog that makes it easier to view comments and recent tags
  • There is now a dynamic gallery divided into nine categories of building type which features hundreds of pictures of completed projects
  • The site is completely Flash free and is composed entirely of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and ASP based coding, which will allow viewing on Apple devices
  • A products page that showcases the different materials, manufacturers, and systems we offer and allows for downloads of brochures, color charts, and LEED information
  • A streamlined contact page that incorporates our presence on Facebook, Picassa, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube

Thank you for reading our blog and thank you in advance for visiting  Have a great day.

Project of the Week

This week’s project of the week is the Paramount at Lake Eola in Orlando, FL.  It represents some of the most complex fabrication we have ever done.

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