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Turner Personnel Office - This project was a 27,000 sf personnel office for Turner Industries Group which was designed by Trahan Architects. The project completion date was January 2010. The exterior metal skin is used as a metaphor for the industrial nature of the firm. The building interior is composed of world-class technological capacities which enable Turner to better serve their broad range of clients. Harvey Honore Enterprises was selected to build similar facilities for the firm in Corpus Christi and Pasadena Texas.

Lamar-Dixon Expo Center - Mary-Lee and Bill Dixon turned to Harvey Honore’ Enterprises to turn their vision of a charitable Expo Center into a reality. This multi-purpose $40,000,000 facility included 15 buildings and 1,500,000 square foot of concrete parking, resting on 150 acres of land. Although it carries an equestrian influence, it also includes a YMCA, exhibition hall and a commissary. Harvey Honore’ Jr., along with his younger brothers, donated a 3,500 square foot chapel located on the site. The chapel, designed by Washer Hill Lipscomb Architects, is dedicated to the memory of their late father, Harvey Honore’ Sr.

Zachary High School Classroom Additions - This general construction project was valued at over $7.5 million and designed by Noland & Wong Architects. The project scope included a 30,000-square-foot brick and block addition to an existing administration building, a new ROTC and industrial arts metal building system, concrete caisson support structures, new HVAC systems, new electrical and telecommunications system, and a new 65,000-square-foot lot for football stadium parking accessibility. The exterior of the new administration building architecturally blends decorative split-face block, brick and a cast stone design.

Gerry Lane Hummer / SAAB Dealership - This $8 million design-build project was completed in May 2005 in conjunction with Ritter Maher Architects. The project scope included a structural steel building, state-of-the-art HVAC system, exterior pre-cast concrete panels, stained concrete, ceramic tile, aluminum and glass storefronts, new electrical system with UPS capabilities, and a pre-engineered architectural metal roofing system. The job also included the first Hummer Test Track designed and built in the United States. This project was completed under budget and two months ahead of schedule.

Gerry Lane Saturn Dealership - This design-build project, in conjunction with Ritter Maher Architects, was valued over $2.5 million. The project scope included a new structural steel building, exterior stucco and decorative block, new HVAC system, new electrical system with UPS capabilities, new future car wash foundation, ceramic tile, carpet, stained concrete, and 30,000 square feet of new concrete paving. The project was completed two months ahead of the contract schedule and had its grand opening November 1, 2006.

East Side Fire Station #92 - Harvey Honore’ Enterprises worked together with Jerry Watts & Associates to complete this new $1.7 million East Side Fire Station #92, located in Baton Rouge, LA. The project consisted of four engine bays with front and rear sectional doors and 4,600 square feet of living area. The exterior of the building consisted of 4” and 8” CMU, 1” plaster stucco veneer, sectional door awnings and a new shingled roof. The project was completed in March 2008.

Julien Poydras Museum - The historic restoration of this early 1900’s school building was completed in New Roads, Louisiana, in 2006 in conjunction with Patin Engineers & Surveyors, Inc. The project scope included interior demolition on all three floors, installation of new walls, refurbishment of wood floors, new wood windows and doors, new electrical service to building, new plywood roof deck, new metal roof, and exterior/interior painting.