In December 2015, the news broke that two of the world’s biggest chemical companies—Dow Chemical and DuPont—were planning a merger. Finalized on August 31, 2017, the merger made DowDuPont the world’s largest chemical company. It also meant a major reorganization of corporate functions, something that would have stretched Dow’s existing small-town headquarters—located in Midland, Michigan—to its
limits. To pave a path for the future—and toward DowDuPont’s eventual plan of breaking into three companies that focus on agriculture, materials science, and specialty products, respectively—Dow needed a new building to call home.
Windemuller was proud to play a role in bringing the new six-story, 184,000-square-foot office facility to fruition. The building will keep Dow Chemical grounded in Midland and will mean big things for the community, and for the State of Michigan as a whole, for years to come. Windemuller’s project responsibilities included the electrical layout and installation of the new modern office building.