• Henry B. González Convention Center

  • Clarity Child Guidance Center

  • Texas A&M University Recreation Center Expansion

  • UTHSCSA Center for Oral Health Care and Research

  • Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

  • One Frost - Westover Hills Campus

  • Henry B. González Convention Center

  • Northside ISD Sports Gymnasium


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News

ACHA Certified Healthcare Architect
Congratulations to Tiffany Robinson Long on her official certification as a Healthcare Architect through the American College of Healthcare Architects.
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Project Spotlight

City of Schertz Natatorium
San Antonio, Texas 27,000 SF Prior to detailed design, Marmon Mok completed a site analysis and feasibility study of various options for The City of Schertz Natatorium, a 27,000 square-foot community aquatics center that will be located on a 4-acre site and connect to the Schertz YMCA who will operate the facility. This facility houses a competition pool, leisure pool, community spaces, locker rooms, spectator seating and amenity areas. Members…

 

Announcements

LEED Silver Certification

We are proud to announce that the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center received LEED Silver Certification.

Hispanic Contractor's Association - Diversity Award

At The Hispanic Contractors Association 2017 Diversity Awards Gala, recognizing diversity excellence in the contracting/construction industry in San Antonio, Marmon Mok was awarded the Diversity Award as Architect/Designer of the Year.

Corporate Cup!

The Marmon Mok team had fun and held its own at the SA Sports Foundation Corporate Cup in June.  Our tug-of-war team beat out significant competition & entered the semi-final round.  Thanks to our chairman, Catharine Klepac & our own barbeque king, Bibi Nunez, for the delicious fajitas.

Virtual Reality

The latest addition to our technology arsenal has landed in the form of Virtual Reality using the HTC Vive platform! We are excited to offer this technology, and to provide our clients with a real feel of space, design and materials before their structure has even broken ground.