Frost Regional Office

We are proud to announce that our design team is working on the Frost Regional Office in Tarrant County. These offices are located in Downtown Fort Worth, TX.

A Case Study on One Frost

On Friday, November 4th, Bill Reeves and Mary Bartlett joined Carl Bush and Erica Noriega from Frost for a presentation on the Transitioning of a Traditional Workplace to a New Collaborative Model.

Tobin Center Receives Multiple Awards at AIA Design Awards 2016

Marmon Mok is proud to announce that the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts (completed in 2014) was awarded both the Mayor’s Choice Award, as well as an AIA Honor Award at the AIA San Antonio Design Awards 2016 last week.

We would like to congratulate our Marmon Mok team that worked on this project, along with Associate Architects: LMN Architects.

Also a special thanks for the project team:
Construction Managers: Linbeck / Zachry
Owner’s Representative: The Projects Group
Theater Consultant: Fisher Dachs & Associates
Acoustical Consultant: Akustiks
Interior Design and Graphics: Sussman/Prejza
Structural Engineers: Walter P. Moore / Alpha Consulting Engineers
MEP Engineers: Timmons Design Engineers / Goetting and Associates
Civil Engineers: Pape-Dawson Engineers
Landscape Architecture: Rialto Studio
Cost Consultant: Venue
Telcom / Security: Sparling
Architectural Lighting: Horton Lees Brogden
Building Envelope: Front
Vertical Transportation: Lerch Bates
Historic Preservation: Fisher Heck Architects
Code Consultant: Rolf Jensen & Associates
ADA Consultant: Access by Design Inc.
Food Service Design: Ricca Newmark Design

Houston: The Millennials Have Landed

Marmon Mok will be attending the Texas College and University Facilities Professionals Conference from Sept. 28 – 30 in Houston, TX. Marmon Mok will be located at booth P10. We are looking forward to seeing all of our friends and clients there, so please take a moment to stop by and say hello! Read More

Inspiration at SIGGRAPH

Every year the top thinkers and doers, along with tens of thousands of computer professionals from across the globe, meet, showcase, and discuss new developments in visualization, interactive techniques and technology at SIGGRAPH.

Virtual Reality in Architecture

Marmon Mok is proud to announce that the most recent addition to our technology arsenal comes in the form of the HTC Vive Virtual Reality platform.  We are excited to offer this technology, and to provide our clients with a real feel of space, design and materials.

Athletic Business Juror

Greg Houston, partner, is spending this week in Madison, Wisconsin as a juror for the Athletic Business Facilities of Merit competition. This national awards program honors 10 outstanding architectural examples of recently constructed sports and recreation facilities from around the world. These facilities will be recognized in the October issues of Athletic Business magazine.

Designed Donations for Chair-ity

A group of Marmon Mok designers were tasked to re-purpose chairs for the Chair-ity Gala benefiting Ronald McDonald House of San Antonio. The firm donated two sets for the silent auction:

  • An action packed kids table and chairs set that was decoupaged with favorite comic book heroes.
  • Vintage chairs that were reupholstered by Stephen McCune

Currently, Marmon Mok is designing a new Ronald McDonald House, to be located in the Medical Center, that will provide a “home-away-from-home” for families who must travel outside of their community to receive medical treatment at nearby medical facilities.

Tobin Center Finalist for ULI Awards

The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is a Finalist for the Urban Land Institute 2016 Global Awards for Excellence. Since 1979, ULI has honored outstanding development projects in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors with the ULI Global Awards for Excellence program, which today is widely recognized as the development community’s most prestigious awards program. Winners will be announced in October.

Marmon Mok, in association with LMN Architects, provided architectural services for the renovation and expansion of the historic 1920’s era Municipal Auditorium into a “world class” performing arts center.