First Look: Inside the Alamodome architect’s new headquarters
San Antonio architectural firm Marmon Mok is moving its headquarters. And while there has been a migration of companies in recent years from North San Antonio to the center city, this one is headed in the opposite direction.
On June 10, the more than 60-year-old firm — whose portfolio includes several high-profile projects including design work on the Alamodome, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and University Health System’s Women’s and Children’s tower — plans to vacate its space at One Riverwalk. It’s new and larger home will be at 1020 NE Loop 410 near San Antonio International Airport.
The new headquarters space will span more than 17,000 square feet and house the company’s 60-plus employees. Marmon Mok officials said there is room to add 3,000 square feet when needed. Read more…