Franklin Elementary Wins Conservation Award

Benjamin Franklin Elementary School has received an award citation from the San Antonio Conservation Society. Located in the San Antonio Independent School District, the original Franklin Elementary consisted of an eight-room classroom building constructed in 1910. Over the course of time, numerous additions and renovations encompassed the historic building. Marmon Mok designed a new campus plan which removed all the additions, preserving the original building and establishing it as the centerpiece to a new academic complex. 2005

Texas State University Rec Center

Texas State University selected Marmon Mok as architects for the 18 million dollar expansion of their Campus Recreation Facility. The program will include four gymnasiums, two pools and weight training area. 2005

San Antonio Airport Featured

The San Antonio International Airport Terminal One interiors project was featured in Texas Architect’s transportation issue. The article “Fresh on Arrival” provided an overview of the interior renovations and public art program. 2005

Two Design Awards for Morningside Project

Marmon Mok was recognized with two design awards for senior living by the National Home Builders Association for the Morningside Ministries Menger Springs Campus in Boerne, Texas. The campus was honored with two Silver Awards, for the Assisted Living/Alzheimer Center and the Independent Living Building. 2005

Anatomy of a Dream Team
[“Anatomy of a Dream Team”](pdf%20files/Anatomy%20of%20a%20Dream%20Team.pdf) appeared in Construction News about the team responsible for several major building projects on the Cancer Therapy and Research center campus including the Zeller Building, the Urschel Tower and a 500-car parking garage. Marmon Mok was lead architect, engineer, and interior designer on these projects. 2005

Veterinary Center Featured

Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center of South Texas is featured in the San Antonio Express News, “Best of Care Veterinary Center in Stone Oak Area Offers Specialty Treatment.” 2005

Franklin Elementary Featured

Franklin Elementary is featured in the San Antonio Express News, “Building on History.” San Antonio School District gets a lesson in preservation by renovating old schools instead of demolishing them. 2005