Jack Daniel's Distillery Barrel House 1-14

Jack Daniel's Distillery Barrel House 1-14

Lynchburg, TN

Details

  • Assignment: Construction Manager
  • Architect: Tuck-Hinton Architects
  • Mechanical Engineer: MP&E Engineering LLC
  • Structural Engineer: EMC Structural Engineers 
  • Civil Engineer: Barge Waggoner Sumner and Cannon

Description

Originally built in 1938, the Jack Daniel's Barrel House 1-14 was a warehouse used to store barrels of aging whiskey. This active barrel house now serves as a place for Jack Daniel's to continue to age their famous whiskey, while also providing state-of-the-art events and a tasting space for their patrons. It included extensive, complex renovation and has three-story tall, floor-to-ceiling racks of whiskey barrels and glass-enclosed tasting pavilions.

 

Features

  • Messer led the phased process of bracing the structure, demolition and construction of this timber and glass space. This project received the AGC of Tennessee Award of Excellence in Renovation Under $5 million.

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