The Sazerac House
Sazerac House | New Orleans, LA

Sazerac House Debuts its New On-Site Distillery

Sazerac House, a former Moses Engineers client, has officially opened its on-site distillery and will begin distilling its flagship Sazerac Rye daily as part of its immersive cocktail exhibit.

In addition to providing MEP design services for the complete building, Moses Engineers designed the steam cooking/distilling system and process cooling system for the distillery operation, including all interconnecting process piping and control systems infrastructure.

Sazerac House Now Distilling Sazerac Rye at On-Site Distillery – Biz New Orleans
Smoothie King Center
Smoothie King Center | New Orleans, LA

Building on 131 S. Jefferson Davis Parkway Awarded

The Louisiana Landmarks Society has recognized the renovation of the building on 131 S. Jefferson Davis Parkway in its 2020 Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation in the category of institutional restoration/rehabilitation.

The former Central Baptist Church utilized federal and state Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits and was converted into multifamily apartments.


A laboratory inside the Science & Technology Building
Jolly Science and Technology Building | Isidore Newman School

Isidore Newman’s Science and Technology Center Receives “Award of Merit”

The Jolly Science and Technology Building at Isidore Newman School received an Award of Merit in the K-12 Education category in the ENR Texas & Louisiana’s 2019 Best Projects.

Moses Engineers provided MEP design services for the $15 million building, as well as lighting design, sustainable design and fire protection services. The Science & Technology Building features rooftop energy-generating solar panels, all new LED lighting, a 60-ton air cooled chiller, and much more.

Award of Merit K-12 Education: Isidore Newman School Science and Technology Building
The Lavin-Bernick Center at Tulane University
The Lavin-Bernick Center | New Orleans, LA

Tulane’s Lavin-Bernick Center Recognized by AIA for Sustainable Design

Tulane University’s Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, which will be honored by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as one of the nation’s top ten buildings in smart environmental design, has drawn national praise for its eco-friendly design.

The LEED Gold Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC) uses environmentally-forward design and innovations to minimize energy usage, including intelligent use of shading and natural lighting, energy-efficient air movement systems, and radiant cooling “water walls” connected to the LBC’s chilled water system, which helps cool the air and acts as a passive dehumidification system.

Lavin-Bernick Center Leads in Green Design

UPDATE 01/13/2009: The Lavin-Bernick Center was among only nine buildings chosen by the AIA to receive the 2009 Institute Honor Award for Architecture. According to AIA spokeswoman Tracy Ostroff, winners are buildings that exude spirit, foster community, display ingenuity, and “tread lightly on the earth and share a commitment to offer sanctuary for building users.”


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