Through a contract with the General Services Administration, Marmon Mok prepared design build bridging documents for project definition and scope for renovations/repairs to the historic US Custom House in New Orleans, Louisiana. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places and a designated National Historic Landmark, the Custom House is a 380,000 SF building originally constructed in 1848 and was heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina and vacated due to the storm. This project typifies the capacity of Marmon Mok to respond rapidly to critical time frames and deadlines for the client as a result of unforeseen circumstances and knowledge of the bridging process.
Enhanced electrical and plumbing
Enhanced fire protection
Office space for federal tenants