Mayo Foundation Pediatric Center : Rochester, MN
McGough was Construction Manager for the 48,000-square foot renovation on the 16th floor of the Mayo Building. Project was built around a theme based on the four Minnesota ecological systems: Wetlands, Forests, Prairie and Lakes (each wing is either wetlands, forest, prairie or lakes). The animals and plants depicted in these themes are reflected in the finishes used on the project. Animals, grasses and such are etched into wall board and stone, sheet vinyl have images cut in, cast plexiglass have botanicals sandwiched between. There's a curved cast glass artist wall, and trees made of corian with animal images cast into tree trunks. Metal ceilings are hung with metal leaves, and curved plastic laminate molds to plexiglass with etchings carved out of laminate to create silhouette images. An artist was also commissioned to make a panel depicting Minnesota scene made entirely of cut and adhered packaging wrappings. Project included 52 Pediatric Exam Rooms, a Pediatric Rehab Clinic, and Pediatric X-ray and Fluoroscopic rooms.