The JP Morgan Chase Tower, standing at 55 stories tall, is one of the Dallas Skyline's landmark buildings. This office building is the third tallest in Dallas (12th tallest in the state), excluding antennas and spires. The building features a 7-story hole, or "sky window," spanning between the 44th and 49th floors that includes an observation deck open to the public. The tower is clad in red granite at the base and pink granite at the mid-section, and a glass vaulted top.
CDC's comprehensive design and engineering services created numerous cladding systems used on this unique granite-and-glass tower. CDC was engineer-of-record for the wall systems and provided structural calculations, stone shop tickets, and mock-up, shop, extrusion-die and fabrication drawings for this project.