Tobin Performance Center Topping Out Ceremony

The project team on the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts signed the very last and only purple steel beam to be lifted to the building and placed at the pinnacle of the structure. In association with LMN Architects, Marmon Mok is providing architectural services for the adaptive reuse of the 4,500-seat, 1920s era Municipal Auditorium into a “world class” performing arts center. 12-06-12

Marmon Mok – 60 Years of Architecture

Since 1953, Marmon Mok has been a leader in architecture. We have designed numerous prestigious projects, employed talented staff and received recognition and awards. We thank our founders, colleagues, teaming partners and families for their team spirit, support and contributions to our continued success. 3-20-2013

Marmon Mok honored with Texas Treasure Business Award

Senator Leticia Van de Putte (D-San Antonio) recently recognized Marmon Mok as a Texas Treasure on the House floor of the State Capitol in Austin. Our very own Steve Souter was there to receive the honor given to companies with over 50 years of business in the State of Texas.01-23-2013

Staff Promotions

We are pleased to announce some of our recent staff promotions. Cody McBrearty, AIA, CEFPI, LEED AP, was recently promoted to Senior Associate. In addition, the following individuals were promoted to Associate: Jennifer Gilbert, IIDA, LEED AP; Brian Greenwell; Dan Slagle; Carolyn Pike; and Morgan Williams, AIA. 12.13.12

Calvert Residence Hall at Trinity University Receives LEED Gold Certification

Calvert Residence Hall at Trinity University has received LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The building features covered bicycle storage, recycled water for landscaping, and Energy Star’s Portfolio Manager Software for energy use tracking. Rooms incorporate energy efficient lighting; low-flow toilets; low VOC paints, adhesives and carpet; and all furniture is made from recycled materials.

Walzem Family YMCA Receives LEED Silver Certification

The Walzem Family YMCA in San Antonio has received LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. An adaptive re-use of a former Albertson’s grocery store, the building utilizes expansive square footages for recreation spaces. Features include a bamboo gymnasium floor and large openings for glazing punched in the existing tilt wall to fill the space with natural light. Energy required to provide cool air to the large cardio/weights area is captured and used to heat the indoor pool.

Parman Library Receives LEED Gold Certification

The Parman Library at Stone Oak in San Antonio has received LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The building makes use of ample overhangs, screens, rambling pathways, and stone walls. Natural light has sculpted the building, which features expanses of high-performance glazing that offer panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and tree line. Briant Harkiewicz, together with City staff, donors and officials, helps dedicate the LEED Golf plaque. 04-03-2012