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
Lounge Area in the Tulane University Goldring-Woldenberg Business Complex

Tulane University Goldring – Woldenberg Business Complex

Tulane University Goldring - Woldenberg Business Complex Expansion and Renovation

Client: Tulane University

Location: New Orleans, LA 

Architect: Pelli Clark Pelli Associates Manning Architects 

Date of Completion: March 2018

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.


Winner of the Associated Builders and Contractors New Orleans/ Bayou Chapter, Excellence in Construction Award 2018 – Institutional

The Shell Appomattox Living Quarters Module

Shell Appomattox Living Quarters

Shell Appomattox Living Quarters

Client: Shell Oil Company
Location: Ingleside, TX
Architect: W.S. Nelson
Date of Completion: August 2017

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.

George Washington Carver School New Orleans East

George Washington Carver High School

George Washington Carver High School

Client: Recovery School District

Location: New Orleans, LA

Architect: Broadmoor LLC

Date of Completion: March 2016

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.

“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 Recovery School District.
homes in the Treme Lafitte Housing Redevelopment

Treme’ Lafitte Housing Redevelopment

Treme' Lafitte Housing Redevelopment

Client: Lafitte Redevelopment LLC

Location: New Orleans, LA

Architect: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple – Michael Willis Architects

Date of Completion: 2011

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.