Sazerac House in New Orleans

Sazerac House

This full-scale historic rehabilitation and adaptive reuse incorporated two 1860s era buildings into the nearly 52,000 square feet Sazerac House, a state-of-the-art, world class interactive museum, corporate headquarters, event venue and active distillery.  Moses Engineers provided all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) design services for the complete building.

Moses Engineers also designed the steam cooking/distilling system and process cooling system for the distillery operation, including piping and control systems infrastructure. 

Moses Engineers took a unique approach to a proven technology to make it more efficient. We used an ice slurry system to form ice at night when distillery production in not in use. Moses used the cold water from the melting ice during the day for process cooling.  This enables a much smaller chilled water production system to be employed.

Moses also designed the exterior façade lighting system which enhances the beauty of this historic building when viewed in the evening.

Sazerac House Exterior Lighting Rendering Sazerac House exterior lighting

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