Marmon Mok is a leading architectural, planning, and interior design practice in Texas serving
primarily public-sector and institutional clients throughout the state. The firm is led by six
partners who specialize in design for civic, office workplace, healthcare/wellness, recreation/sports,
education, and non-profit clients.
Greg passionately directs the firm’s growing Recreation/Sports practice for university, municipal, community and corporate clients. His design work is constantly evolving with changing trends in the recreation and sports industries. His work in recreation ranges from major collegiate recreation centers to community YMCAs; sports venue design encompasses facilities from multi-purpose arenas for sports and public assembly to aquatics centers and youth sports complexes. A strong communicator and team leader, Greg captures our clients’ vision and goals in the planning and design process then leading the team through a collaborative effort to successful completion.
His work focuses on introducing natural light, visibility and graphics to enhance the player and fan experience while improving function and security. Greg’s design work has been recognized with awards from NIRSA and Recreation Management. Greg is an active member and frequent national conference speaker at the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA), the NIRSA Facilities Institute and the Texas Recreation and Parks conferences. Greg has served on the design jury for the Recreation Management magazine’s Innovative Architecture and Design Awards. He is the Past President of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) San Antonio Chapter and serves on the Board of Directors of San Antonio Youth Literacy and a member of the Texas A&M University Chancellor’s Century Council and the San Antonio Sports Foundation.
As leader of Marmon Mok’s interior architecture practice, Mary’s expertise encompasses new construction, renovation, and adaptive re-use. With more than 25 years of experience, she has designed over 5 million square feet of interior space for all types of organizations. A Texas registered architect and interior designer, she serves as a specialized project manager on high profile projects including One Frost, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts and Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Expansion/Renovation.
She leads a strong team of designers focusing on the art of interior design, workplace strategy, programming, FFE selection, and art coordination.
Mary is responsible for looking for new design talent for the firm and design staff development. She is a champion of Gallop’s StrengthsFinder program at Marmon Mok, encouraging awareness of individual strengths and talents to achieve greater personal awareness, team productivity and engagement.
Mary volunteers on the UTSA School of Architecture Advisory Counsel, Architectural Review Board for the City of Alamo Heights, and has served on many design juries.
If you were to ask Briant about his most notable project or accomplishment, he would be hard pressed to define a single project or achievement that defines his career. For Briant, his years of experience has been about a process of learning, mentoring and leading project teams that emphasizes the strengths of each participant by embracing their role and how they can impact the design and resulting built environment to greatest benefit of the owner and our communities. His leadership on wide ranging public sector projects at every level of government and corporate clients has resulted in award winning designs and recognition including several LEED certified projects at Silver and Gold levels.
Through Briant’s leadership at Marmon Mok in project delivery, he has advocated and empowered project teams in the integration of technology to improve communication of design intent with the owner and documentation through BIM with consultants and contractors to improve overall project quality. His approach fosters a collaborative team, focused on architecture that is responsive to the owners’ expectations and based on sound sustainable principles of design.
Briant is equally devoted to service in our community through his active involvement in his church through ministries focused on the disenfranchised and through his service on the Board of Governor’s for St. PJ’s Children’s Home in San Antonio.
Design is something Angel is passionate about. In 30 years of experience he has worked across many project types including major commissions. Angel’s aspirations for every project are to inspire, stimulate, challenge and assist clients and users so they can realize their goals and visions. He infuses art and culture into design solutions and has worked very closely with public artists on many projects. Angel provides design leadership across our office as well as on individual project teams. He is recognized for his collaborative spirit by staff, consultants and clients. His most current work as lead project designer includes, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Expansion, Alamodome Renovations, and SAWS Operations Centers.
Angel’s design work has been recognized by the AIA, TASA/TASB, Texas Construction Magazine and the National Association of Builders and Contractors.
Angel volunteers for the St. Matthew Parish Building Committee, has served as a Board Member of the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, chaired the AIA San Antonio Homes Tour and mentored students as a design juror for the UTSA Architecture Program. Angel enjoys sports and competition as a youth coach and participant. He has completed three marathons and numerous MS 150 Bike to the Beach team events.
Tiffany Long has a specialization in healthcare design and experience in planning and design of a variety of healthcare facilities. Ms. Long’s focus on sustainability and implementation of Evidence-Based Design practices during project design helps to improve facilities’ energy performance, staff productivity, and patient satisfaction. Her belief that the quality of a patient’s surroundings has a direct impact on a person’s well being helps create patient-centered environments and promote new ways to solve the everyday challenges of our built environment. As a registered architect and interior designer, Ms. Long pulls from both disciplines to promote a collaborative atmosphere with creative design solutions for flexibility of evolving cultures and technology. Ms. Long is a former chair of the local AIA Healthcare Knowledge Community and has developed a thorough understanding of the Texas Department of State Health Services requirements and standards.
A firm believer in the power of design to enable positive change, Edgar serves as our Austin office leader. Leveraging 30 years of expertise in design, development, facility operations, and project management, Edgar guides teams and clients in crafting places and experiences that nurture people, elevate organizations, and strengthen communities.
From napkin sketch to build-out; Edgar brings curiosity, enthusiasm, and optimism to his work, and he focuses on listening to his clients to arrive at optimal solutions that meet their needs. From NATO to NASCAR to the Girl Scouts, he’s successfully applied this collaborative approach to building planning, experiential design, and facility operations.
Edgar’s passion for making things better extends to the natural world, and much of his career has been focused on advancing environmental stewardship and striving for harmony between the built world and nature. He frequently shares lessons learned from these efforts as a speaker at conferences and universities in the US, Latin America, and Europe. He’s championed these causes as chair for the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce’s Clean Energy Council, as board member for the local chapter of the US Green Building Council, and on Austin’s Design Commission. Currently, he represents District 8 on the City of Austin’s Buildings and Standards Commission.
In his spare time Edgar enjoys conversations with friends and family, hiking, photography and exploring the natural beauty of the Big Bend region of Texas.