Parking Garage exterior built by Broadmoor, LLC

MSY East Garage

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<h1 style=”text-align: center;”>MSY East Garage</h1>

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[vc_column_text]<strong>Client</strong>: MSY East Garage

<strong>Location</strong>: Kenner, LA

<strong>Architect</strong>: Atkins North America

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[vc_column_text]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.

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Ace Hotel New Orleans Bar

600 Carondelet Street – Ace Hotel

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Ace Hotel – 600 Carondelet Street

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Location: New Orleans, LA
Date of Completion: February 2016[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Project” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]Broadmoor led the renovation of this storied building conversion in a joint venture with Palmisano Contractors. Its transformation to the hip Ace Hotel lands another attractive venue for downtown New Orleans. Located at 600 Carondelet Street, the original nine-story historical building included restoration of a beautiful Art Deco stone façade at 616 Carondelet Street. The Ace Hotel now provides a sophisticated hospitality venue, centrally located one block from Lafayette Square and historic Gallier Hall.

Formerly a furniture store, the 100-year-old art deco high-rise required much more vertical access to accommodate a hotel.  The Broadmoor/Palmisano team provided the substantial structural renovations to accommodate three new passenger elevators and one new service elevator. These vertical access additions required creation of two new shafts for four elevators, with the requisite code and envelope upgrades. This expansion featured the construction of a new four-story building on an adjacent lot with a new three-level enclosed corridor connecting the historic to the new building.  The historic section required complete window replacement, demolition of previous interiors build-out, and the creation of a pool deck on the roof.

The new hotel features stylish restaurants, dining room and bars, multiple meeting spaces, and the new roof top pool and cabana. An open courtyard and green roof is a feature of the new building, creating both a hip and historical ambiance for guests.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_separator color=”blue” border_width=”2″][vc_column_text]

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Tulane University Goldring Woldenberg Business Center Complex

Tulane University Goldring – Woldenberg Business Complex

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Tulane University Goldring – Woldenberg Business Complex Expansion and Renovation

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Location: New Orleans, LA
Architect: Pelli Clark Pelli Associates
Manning Architects
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Winner of the Associated Builders and Contractors New Orleans/ Bayou Chapter, Excellence in Construction Award 2018 – Institutional.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Project” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]Broadmoor recently completed the renovation to and expansion of the Goldring-Woldenberg Complex housing the A. B. Freeman Business School at Tulane University.  A convergence of two buildings, connecting each with a stunning architectural design, complimenting the mature oaks with a wave of glass that illuminates the interiors.  Broadmoor has provided several value engineering options which have been incorporated into this project for Tulane.  The most significant of which is the double monorail system designed for the installation of the curved curtain wall on the face of the building.   With mature oaks and a 4-story glass face, a unique and innovative system was designed and built to handle the individual glass panels, lowering them from the top of the facility into place.

Our success on the Tulane Goldring / Woldenberg Complex is a testament of our team’s ability to execute on projects with detailed logistics, and installations.  Due to the success of this project, Broadmoor has been selected to construct the new Tulane Dining Commons project located approximately 1000 feet away from the business complex.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

With the implementation of “Lean” Construction Institute’s tools and practices, the project was completed ahead of schedule and within budget.

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bird's eye view of Ochsner West Tower Expansion, built by Broadmoor, LLC

Ochsner West Tower Expansion

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Ochsner Medical Center West Tower Expansion

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Location: Jefferson, LA
Architect: Rozas Ward
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Winner of the Associated Builders and Contractors New Orleans/ Bayou Chapter, Excellence in Construction Award 2018 – Healthcare.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Project” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]What if a client asked for a building addition of 186,000 square feet, spread over seven stories of an existing elevated structure?
What if this building was for the largest private, not-for-profit healthcare systems in the region, and housed multiple operating rooms on a surgical floor?
What if the expansion project was intended to house ICU level patients, but challenged you with protecting these same ICU patients currently occupying all existing levels below, including the campus’s most at risk transplant stepdown unit on level seven (located directly under the expansion)?
What if the building required one new elevator and eight modernizations to existing elevators, all to receive extended access to these new seven levels, and how would one
create an algorithm to accomplish this work?
Imagining this prospect, and understanding that a more difficult and unique opportunity does not typically present itself in our region, allows us to truly understand the challenges and unique circumstances that were overcome to successfully complete this project. When a project of this kind presents itself, it takes a considerable team effort to even approach a solution, and present at the interview table. It starts with a mission statement, a goal, or more like a mantra, to maintain the patient experience, just as the client strives to do with every decision they make. A mission to provide a safe construction site for the hospital staff, patients, visitors, and construction team. A goal to minimize the overall impact to a nurturing operation that cannot shift course like some clients may have the opportunity to do. All of these circumstances, requirements, and mission statements set the stage for Broadmoor’s construction of the Ochsner Medical Center – West Tower Expansion.

As mentioned above, this vertical expansion adds seven floors and over 186,000 square feet to their existing seven story hospital, at the institute’s main campus on Jefferson Highway. The first three floors of the expansion are acuity-adaptable nursing units capable of housing ICU level patients. Each of these floors adds 34 single patient rooms for a total of 102 new rooms. The fourth floor is a complete mechanical floor, with the remaining three floors being shelled for future use. The project consisted of one new elevator installed in an existing shaft that had to be modified and enlarged to accommodate the equipment, in addition to eight existing elevators requiring modernization in-place to allow for service to all new floors. The elevator construction sequence had to be revised to accommodate only three elevators under construction at any one time due to the operational impacts arising from this eventual increase in capacity.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_separator color=”blue” border_width=”2″][vc_column_text]

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Mercedes Benz Superdome Video Boards

Superdome Endzone Video Boards

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Mercedes-Benz Superdome Endzone Videoboards

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Owner’s Rep: The Tobler Company
Location: New Orleans, LA
Architect: Trahan Architects
Date of Completion: August 2016

Winner of the 2016 ABC Pyramid
Award for Excellence in Construction
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Project” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]The Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans chose to undertake several upgrades and renovations before the opening of the 2016 football season.  New high-definition end zone video boards were installed to enhance the viewing experience of the fans, and to keep the competitive edge among other major entertainment venues across the country.  The new video boards span 352-feet wide by 40-feet high, ranking among the largest in the National Football League.  In order to facilitate safe installations at a location 200’ over the stadium seating, scaffolding was built along the entire span of the video boards, allowing for maneuvering of personnel and equipment.  The North and South End Zone Video Systems were erected in tandem at opposite sides of the arena using a custom ladder system eliminating the need for a crane.  This process was a prime example of our implementation of “Lean” tools and practices, by eliminating waste, we were able to remove the multiple mobilization and demobilizations that would have occurred if a floor crane would have been used, saving not only time, but millions of dollars in cost associated with the crane.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

Broadmoor’s strategic scheduling, efficient planning, and innovative use of the GEDA Lift System resulted in an early completion despite the major obstacle of working around a strict schedule of pre-season games and concerts events.

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crane lowering Shell Olympus Mars B Module

Shell Appomattox Living Quarters

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Shell Appomattox Living Quarters

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Location: Ingleside, TX
Architect: W.S. Nelson
Date of Completion: August 2017[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Project” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]The Shell Appomattox Living Quarters Module is a 40,000 square foot building for placement on the Appomattox Oil Production Platform to be situated in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.  Broadmoor provided the construction of the architectural outfitting for the module, which included the interior living spaces (approximately 50 bedrooms), athletic facility, conference rooms, professional kitchen, dining room, laboratory spaces, and numerous storage systems.  Construction took place at the Kiewit Facilities in Ingleside, TX.

With over 250,000 man-hours worked, no loss time accidents occurred, and Broadmoor’s team was awarded the Safety Crew of the month three times in a 12 month period.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_separator color=”blue” border_width=”2″][vc_column_text]

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George Washington Carver School New Orleans East

George Washington Carver High School

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George Washington Carver High School

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Location: New Orleans, LA
Architect: Broadmoor LLC
Design-Build
Date of Completion: March 2016[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Project” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]The Recovery School District originally sent the George Washington Carver High School project to bid multiple times under standard procurement methods.  Not being able to achieve the budget, RSD ultimately chose to explore Design-Build opportunities, and Broadmoor was awarded the opportunity to work as the Design-Build contractor on the new GW Carver School.  Broadmoor coordinated all design scopes of work to meet the owner’s program, balancing quality, cost, and schedule, all while facing challenging weather permitting scenarios.  Ultimately, project completed under budget, on-time, and with zero safety incidents.

Broadmoor was recognized for our DBE strategy, approach, and management throughout the entire construction process. While exceeding the established DBE goals of 35%, Broadmoor was able to help mentor and develop new DBE subcontractors, and we have successfully maintained long standing relationships with many of them.  The amount of preconstruction planning, coordination, pricing iterations, and value engineering solutions proposed allowed us to work very closely with the owner, and ensure all of their needs were met.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

“The Broadmoor team showed exemplary performance throughout the entire Design-Build process, and was a pleasure to work with from the start, consistently proactive in working with the State of Louisiana to ensure we received a quality building that was on time and within  budget.  This team has exceeded our expectations in both their customer service, attention to details, and quality of construction. We look  Forward to working with them again… Having expended over $1.4 Billion to date, I consider Broadmoor and the Carver project one of, if not the most successful project undertaken in the program.”

-Ronald H. Bordelon
Chief Facilities Officer – LA Department of Education
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Saenger Theater New Orleans Seating

Saenger Theater

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Saenger Theatre

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Location: New Orleans, LA
Architect: Martinez + Johnson Architecture
Date of Completion: September 2013[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Project” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]The Saenger Theatre in New Orleans opened in 1927 as a much-acclaimed movie palace and vaudeville theater.  Today, it is still noted among theater and architectural historians nationally as a scarce, surviving example of Atmospheric Theater Design from that era. The theater was severely damaged in Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and remained closed as a result for several years.  In 2010 through a partnership between the City of New Orleans and a private development firm, Broadmoor was selected to complete the extensive restoration of this important community landmark.

This historic theater consists of an auditorium seating approximately 2,800 patrons in a replicated Venetian Renaissance Piazza, with ornately decorated lobbies, entrance arcades, and basement support spaces.  To meet the demands of today’s sophisticated theater productions, a larger stage and higher fly loft were added, along with upgraded back-of-house facilities.  Broadmoor salvaged the original stage house and constructed an expanded concrete and steel structure, consisting of a full basement, new stage floor, and a 5-floor support tower.  In the auditorium, the balcony seating tiers were reconfigured to improve patron sight lines for the expanded stage.  Modifications performed throughout the building brought the major public facility into compliance with updated building codes.  An adjacent four story historic building of the same era, originally built as a hotel, was also restored to house additional building amenities.

The facility ultimately re-opened to broad acclaim in September of 2013, ready to once again meet the demands of a wide range of entertainment including full Broadway productions for the City of New Orleans.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_separator color=”blue” border_width=”2″][vc_column_text]

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Houses in Treme’ Lafitte Housing Redevelopment

Treme’ Lafitte Housing Redevelopment

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Treme’ Lafitte Housing Redevelopment

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Location: New Orleans, LA
Architect: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple
Michael Willis Architects
Date of Completion: 2011[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Project” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]The Tremé Lafitte Public Housing Development is a 27.5 acre parcel of land, redeveloped in the historic Tremé/ Lafitte neighborhood of New Orleans.  After Hurricane Katrina left the property mostly abandoned in late 2005, the City of New Orleans began to take a larger look at the state of their public housing.  This evaluation and master planning effort eventually led to a city wide overhaul of this type of facility to better serve residents.  L+M Development Partners, a New York based firm, was selected to operate and oversee the redevelopment of the Lafitte site.  The plan called for the creation of 900 subsidized rental homes/ apartments and 600 for-sale homes.  This type of development blurred the edges of a once isolated area, creating a more unified neighborhood.

Broadmoor, in a joint venture with Milton J. Womack, has provided approximately $85.6 million in construction contract value to the Tremé Lafitte Redevelopment Plan under five individually negotiated contracts.  This housing, built in the traditional New Orleans vernacular of classic wood-framing, now exists in far greater sync with the surrounding neighborhoods, allowing the residents to live a far more inclusive lifestyle alongside their neighbors.  The Broadmoor-Womack team helped the owner to realize the available tax incentives for all phases of the development.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_separator color=”blue” border_width=”2″][vc_column_text]

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NASA Vertical Assembly Center

NASA Michoud Assembly Facility

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NASA Michoud Assembly Facility

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Location: New Orleans, LA
Architect: Jacobs Technologies, Inc.
Date of Completion: February 2016[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][wpc_custom_heading heading=”The Challenge” colored_line=”yes” size=”medium”][vc_column_text]The Michoud Assembly Facility is an 832-acre site owned by NASA in New Orleans East. Organizationally, it is part of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, and is currently a multi-tenant complex, allowing commercial and government contractors, as well as government agencies, to use the site.  Most recently, Broadmoor built  the new, $26 million Vertical Assembly Building, bringing an important piece of NASA’s vision for the future of human space flight and exploration to reality.  The building will serve as the campus’s main production facility that accommodates the unique requirements associated with ARES I Upper Stage final assembly operations.

Additional work Broadmoor has complete for NASA include highly technical foundation work in preparation for housing upgraded technical equipment, renovations to industrial buildings,  constructing new equipment platforms, and the construction of a new, $21 million redundant pump station.

the Swedish industrial company ESAB, as a private contractor of NASA, contracted Broadmoor to construct the new Vertical Assembly Center for use by the new heavy-lift Space Launch System, designed to support the forthcoming missions to Mars.  This Vertical Assembly Center is the first of its kind in North America, and built alongside construction work at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_separator color=”blue” border_width=”2″][vc_column_text]

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