The New Orleans Advocate has received the Excellence Award designation from Associated Builders and Contractors, New Orleans/Bayou Chapter for Historical Restoration/Renovation (under $25 million). Projects are judged on a comparative point system by a panel of judges consisting of owners, architects, engineers, and industry leaders. The New Orleans Advocate was also awarded Best Small Project (under $10 million) by ENR Texas and Louisiana.
Palmisano worked with Dalton Architects to restore the former 1940’s car dealership turned Cajun dancehall into The New Orleans Advocate’s headquarters. Project highlights include a complete build out of a second floor addition into private offices and the Mardi Gras balcony, renovation of the exterior façade and the addition of a 20′ steel and curved glass spiral main staircase visible from the street. The project also included the addition of retail space, a large meeting and event area, and a welcoming main lobby.
Palmisano is a unique solution to your commercial and civil construction needs in South Louisiana, with roots in the construction market dating back to 1950. Their key team members have continuity that is rare in the industry, having worked together on projects for the last fifteen years. The strengths of the organization include a superior level of customer service, excellent communication, people who are accustomed to working as a team, high quality workmanship, safe and clean jobsites, and working smarter to provide the best value. Learn more about the company at wjpalmisano.com.