fountain at Copeland's Warehouse, New Orleans Restaurant

Copeland’s Wharfhouse

Copeland's Wharfhouse

Client: Riverwalk Management Development Company L.L.C.
Location: New Orleans, LA
Architect: Mathes Brierre Architects
Date of Completion: 2021

The Challenge:

Broadmoor is currently constructing Copeland’s Wharfhouse, a New Orleans restaurant on Spanish Plaza at Riverwalk on track to completion in 2021. This project consists of the demolition of an existing structure as well as new construction of a restaurant. Throughout this project, our team has utilized some of our most advanced BIM technologies to provide value engineering solutions for its completion in 2021.

Broadmoor, LLC construction worker on site at of Copeland's Wharfhouse
Broadmoor, LLC construction site of Copeland's Wharfhouse, a New Orleans restaurant
fountain at Copeland's Warehouse, New Orleans Restaurant
Copeland's Wharfhouse, a New Orleans restaurant on Spanish Plaza at Riverwalk
construction site of the Virgin Hotel of New Orleans

Virgin Hotel

Virgin Hotel

Client: BPGS

Location: New Orleans, LA

Architect: Mathes Brierre Architects

Date of Completion: May 2021

Broadmoor is currently constructing the Virgin Hotel of New Orleans on track to completion in May of 2021. This Design-Build project consists of a 14-story new construction hotel, multiple public spaces, outdoor terraces, and a back-of-house office buildout for the hotel staff. This 160,000 square foot project is on the corner of Baronne Street and Lafayette Street, and requires careful consideration of site logistics. With successful preconstruction planning, Broadmoor has been able to successfully coordinate the erection of the project tower crane, elevated deck concrete pours, and large material deliveries, which can be complex tasks when dealing with tight site parameters.

 


Folse Market, construction by Broadmoor, LLC

Airport Food & Beverage Buildouts

Airport Food & Beverage Buildouts

Client: Delaware North

Location: Kenner, LA

Architect: Manning Architects

Date of Completion: October 2019

Broadmoor had the honor of completing eleven (11) food and beverage venues for the new Terminal-C of the New Orleans International Airport. Most of the restaurants were local brands like Leah’s Kitchen, Angelo Brocato’s, Folse Market, Dook’s Burgers, MoPho, PJ’s Coffee, Bar Sazerac, Heritage Bar, and Midway Pizza, welcoming travelers with a taste of New Orleans. We also worked with national brands like Chick-fil-A, Ye Olde College Inn, and City Greens featuring high-end specialty finishes.

Sazerac House Bar, built by Broadmoor, LLC
MOPHO restaurant, built by Broadmoor LLC
Leah's Kitchen Interior, construction by Broadmoor, LLC
Folse Market, construction by Broadmoor, LLC
Broadmoor, LLC construction workers onsite

New Orleans Museum of Art Courtyard, Cafe’, and Renovations

NOMA Courtyard Cafe and Renovations

Client: New Orleans Museum of Art

Location: New Orleans, LA

Architect: Eskew Dumez Ripple

Date of Completion: November 2020

Broadmoor has recently completed the renovations to the New Orleans Museum of Art, their courtyard and café which began in January of 2020. This project involves a custom skylight installation in the courtyard as well as the installation of the Alferez panels by a local New Orleans artist salvaged from the demolition of the Times Picayune headquarters in 2018. The renovations include historic preservation as well as custom curtainwall glass detailing and a brand-new auditorium fully integrated audio-visual systems for the exhibition of a variety of art mediums.

rooftop of Noma courtyard
Broadmoor, LLC workers on construction site
Broadmoor, LLC construction workers onsite
interior of The Westin New Orleans, construction by Broadmoor, LLC

Westin Hotel Guest Rooms and Public Spaces Renovation

Westin Guest Rooms and Public Spaces Renovation

Client: WNO Hotel Owner LLC

Location: New Orleans, LA

Architect: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

Date of Completion: October 2019

In October 2019, Broadmoor completed the renovations to the Westin Hotel New Orleans Guestrooms, Suites, and Public Spaces. Public space renovations included meeting rooms, hotel lobby bar, and restaurant. The guestroom and corridor renovation scopes included removal and replacement of all flooring (both carpet and tiling in bathrooms), new floor base, replacement of wallcovering, and paint throughout. Our team has worked closely with hotel management staff to ensure there were minimal disruptions to guest experience and met all previously agreed to schedule and turnover sequencing.


hospital room, constructed by Broadmoor, LLC

Ochsner Emergency COVID Buildout

Ochsner Emergency COVID Buildout

Client: Ochsner Health Systems
Location: Jefferson, LA
Architect: Rozas Ward Architects
Date of Completion: July 2020

In just 103 days, under the stress and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, Broadmoor maintained the health and safety of the whole team throughout the completion of 102 new ICU beds, 90,000 square feet of 3 floors on top of an existing and active Ochsner hospital tower. Our team overcame many logistical and scheduling challenges to create a safe environment for the people suffering at this time. To finish this project within 3 months of mobilizing, Broadmoor bypassed the typical 10-12-week lead times for material procurement for everything from flooring to doors that had to meet hospital and fire code and provide design continuity for the hospital. These challenges and unique project requirements that Broadmoor overcame serve as a testament as to how we Honorably Serve Our Communities.

 


Parking Garage exterior built by Broadmoor, LLC

MSY East Garage

MSY East Garage

Project Description: MSY East Garage

Client: Airport Parking Garage Development Group, LLC

Location: Kenner, LA

Architect: Atkins North America, Inc.

Date of Completion: November 2019

The Challenge:

The East Garage at the new Terminal C of the Louis Armstrong International Airport in Kenner consisted of 957,100 square foot, seven-story garage, and an adjacent 3,000 square foot administration building. This project also included service and access roads, steel canopies, a connecting surface parking lot at ground level, and an extensive landscaping package full of green screens and planters. Our team worked alongside an active runway and poured over 1.2 million square feet of concrete at night, including 14 consecutive weeks of concrete pour. This garage also boasts a $1.5 million-dollar Park Assist program that signals which spaces in the parking lot are available upon entering the garage.

Parking Garage Interior, built by Broadmoor LLC
parking garage, construction by Broadmoor, LLC
Parking Garage exterior built by Broadmoor, LLC
Exterior View of Tulane Campus Dining Commons

Tulane Dining Commons

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The Commons at Tulane University

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Location: New Orleans, LA
Architect: Weissman Fredi
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[vc_column_text] Broadmoor’s additional work for the all new Tulane Campus Dining Commons was consistent with and complimented the original building delivery our team provided Tulane in 2017 – for the university’s Goldring-Woldenberg Business Complex. The new construction of the three-story 77,000-Sqft building houses a state-of-the-art dining facility and is also the home for the
Newcomb College Institute. With complex site logistics, and a custom curtainwall made-up of over 1,500 pieces of glass, the project team maintained a focus on safety, as the adjacent buildings and quad were operational for the duration of this project. Broadmoor eliminated disruptions to the operating campus, and turned the project over on-time.

Broadmoor, as the project’s CM@R, was tasked with maintaining the project’s budget and fast-paced schedule, while providing value engineering options that did not compromise any of the design-intent. Broadmoor proposed several cost and schedule saving options – most notably our constructability review of the structural steel erection -which proposed alternate steel design options which eliminated need for the tower crane for the project and eliminated several steel members that carried a six-month lead-time.

Broadmoor is proud of the work we have completed for this esteemed institution.

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