FAA Administrative Office Building, Portland Airport, OR

FAA Administrative Office Building, Portland Airport, OR

FAA ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE BUILDING, PORTLAND AIRPORT, OR

 

 

Services: A/E Design

Client: US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Perez designed a new 10,000 square foot, $9 million office building for the FAA at the Portland Oregon Airport—private offices, open office area, conference rooms, classrooms, break room, locker room, loading area, logistics & telecommunications rooms, & storage.

 

 

The WB Collective, New Orleans, LA

The WB Collective, New Orleans, LA

THE WB COLLECTIVE, NEW ORLEANS, LA

 

 

Services: A/E Design

Perez designed this historic warehouse renovation for co-working office space to serve women-owned businesses—flexible workspaces, private offices, open office area, phone booths, meeting rooms, conference room, party/event space, kitchen & break room.

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Peacock Place Mixed-Use Development, Montgomery, AL

Peacock Place Mixed-Use Development, Montgomery, AL

PEACOCK PLACE MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT, MONTGOMERY, AL

 

 

This urban renewal mixed-use project was planned for the final leg of the Selma to Montgomery Historic Trail, anchored by the historic Holt Street Mt. Zion AME Zion Church, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was first elected to lead the civil rights movement in 1955. The Master Plan included 90,000 SF commercial office & retail space, multi-family residential, and 40 single-family detached homes totaling over 80,000 SF.
 

 

Dook’s Place, New Orleans, LA

Dook’s Place, New Orleans, LA

DOOK’S PLACE, NEW ORLEANS, LA

 

 

Services: Construction

Client: Edgar “Dook” Chase IV

Perez designed Dook’s Place to draw in patrons, as a fine dining sports bar & restaurant at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

 

 

The Carver Theater, New Orleans, LA

The Carver Theater, New Orleans, LA

THE CARVER THEATER, NEW ORLEANS, LA

 

 

Services: Construction, Theatrical Design

Client: Carver Theater

This rehabilitation of the historic Carver Theater returns the 65-year-old building to its original use as a multipurpose entertainment venue. This rehabilitation not only restores the existing spaces to their original splendor but modernizes the facility to current code standards. The addition of a new volume on the backside now houses many of the required support functions allowing the spaces in the original footprint to remain as they were originally purposed. The main theater space is left open – with no fixed seating – so that the venue can be used for jazz, big band ensembles, chamber music, operettas, musicals, stage plays, dance recitals, and many other types of shows.

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