Best Places to Work 2007

Marmon Mok was recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in the medium-size firm category for the San Antonio Business Journal’s annual survey, based on company leadership, benefits, perks, professional development and employee attitudes. 2007

Marmon Mok Wins Pinnacle Award 2007

The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Texas/Oklahoma Chapter honored Marmon Mok with its prestigious Pinnacle Award at the Chapter Gala in Dallas. Winning in the medium-sized firm category, the award is granted to firms with consistent service to the community, to the profession and IIDA. 2007

Green Building and LEED Projects

Green building design and LEED certification was the focus for this year’s Marmon Mok University, our in-house professional development program. Edgar Farrera, AIA, LEED AP, taught the course to 12 staff members, finishing the semester with a field trip to Houston to tour LEED certified projects. Marmon Mok is designing the first LEED Silver certified project in the country for the Army-Air Force Exchange Service Shopping Center at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. 2007

Steve Souter Selected for Task Force

Steve Souter, Marmon Mok Managing Partner, has been selected to serve on the San Antonio Greater Chamber of Commerce “Pathway to A Great City” Task Force along with other business executives and civic leaders. The purpose of the group is to make recommendations for cultural venues, parks, transportation, education and other elements that contribute to a great city. 2007

Best of 2006 Award

Texas Construction Magazine has recognized the McCollum High School Campus Redevelopment Project and the new Martha Mead Elementary Campus in their annual Best of 2006 Awards Program. 9.7.2006

TASA/TASB Honors 2006

The Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) and the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) have honored Benjamin Franklin Elementary and Green Elementary in their awards program for excellence in school design. Both projects are in the San Antonio Independent School District. 2006

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