The Louisiana Cancer Research Center (LCRC) is a 10 story 260,000 square foot highly advanced research facility. The design incorporates a 4 story concrete frame parking garage with a structurally isolated 6 story steel frame research building above. Three floors are dedicated to caner research laboratories for LCRC’s Immunology, Molecular Signaling and Molecular Genetics research programs. The Top Floor houses a vivarium and LCRC’s executive offices and four floors are dedicated to parking. A large theatre style meeting facility is located on the first floor. The remaining two floors will be flexible white box spaces for future growth as laboratories offices and clinical services.
New Orleans Fair Grounds – Permanent Slots Facility
Renovations and addition to the existing Fair Grounds Race Course as follows: Construction of a 33,054 square foot single story slots facility to accommodate 700 slot machine and renovation of 20,895 SF existing grand stands. The new slot facility and interior renovations included: back of house money vault, count rooms, video surveillance rooms, computer rooms, kitchen expansion, food service stations, bar, food court/dining, buffet lines, public restrooms, site demolition, partial interior demolition, modifications to existing site utilities, general site lighting and concrete paving.
The Presbytere – Repair / Replace Roof And Roof Structure
Work include fabrication and installation of a mill-made manufactured historic cupola on the roof, removal and replacement slate roof tile, copper flashing; repair and repaint exterior cement plaster, exterior wood windows and metal doors, iron and wood railings. The museum was occupied with artifacts and remained operational through the duration of the Project.
122,000 square feet, 2500 seat worship facility supported by a large commons with café and book store. An indoor playground, pre-school & children wing with classrooms, worship spaces and entry rotunda was all included to meet the needs of children.
450-car precast concrete parking garage and an 11,000 sf structural steel stadium addition.
Construction of an 81,000 sf dormitory on Tulane’s University Uptown Campus.