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- Firm Profile
Located at the Louisiana State Capitol Complex, the thirteen story Galvez Building houses the Department of Environmental Quality and the Louisiana Public Service Commission, and serves as the Capitol Complex Conference Center. The conference center is used by tenants, and is also secure from the tower to host after-hours events and meetings for the general public. Sustainable features incorporated into the design include energy recovery systems, carbon dioxide monitoring system, indoor air quality control, and daylighting.
A structured cabling system to support voice and high speed data distribution, as well as horizontal data channels including a category 6 distribution system and a 50 micron 10 Gb/s capable multimode fiber.
In Design: Specialty systems for the historic renovation of an office building to include open
Audio-visual systems and architectural acoustics for a six story headquarters building. The First
Architectural acoustics and acoustical commissioning for the Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh floors of
Relocation of Inspire Brands / Arby’s Headquarters. Phase I includes Floors One, Two, Four,
Under Construction: Electrical, communications, and security systems for a twenty-one story, Class A
In Design: Midtown Union is a mixed-use development for MetLife, including 535,000 square feet of
Renovation of a circa 1900 slaughterhouse in the historic Miller Union Stockyards to serve as
Fit-up of the Newcomb & Boyd offices in the Cigar Factory, a mixed-use facility originally
Headquarters Building Renovation Under Construction: Renovation of the Fourth and Fifth Floors of
In Design: Renovation of the core and shell of Colony Square to provide leasable office space,
SAS Institute Building A is a ten story high-rise office building with 990 individual offices,