San Marcos, Texas (PRWEB) June 02, 2016
Interior design is more than simply decorating, explains Mary Bertlett of Marmon Mok Architecture, it’s about recommending solutions to improve the functionality of spaces. The desire for functionality is reflected in one of the firm’s recent projects: the 450,000-square-foot One Frost Westover Hills Corporate Campus. Built with flexible work and meeting spaces in mind, the office complex includes a town center with a cafeteria and coffee bar, a fitness facility, walking trails, a health clinic, dry-cleaner, and a grocery market.
The firm uses BIM (Building Information Modeling) and other technology to heighten design capabilities and conserve resources. Information about the latest technology advancements (as well as advice from experts on bidding, estimating, and marketing) can be found in San Antonio’s Who’s Who in Building & Construction Magazine. The publication also includes an exclusive buyers’ guide that lists industry trade-leaders by company name and trade. The decision-makers looking to hire or buy in person can attend the Who’s Who Showcase on June 2nd.
Marmon Mok prioritizes human involvement, with many staff members involved in their local community, volunteer, and civic organizations. The company culture promotes wellness and fitness through participation in Fit Company challenges and the San Antonio Sports Corporate Cup. The inside-out model of wellness and employee satisfaction manifests in the work of Marmon Mok.
The San Antonio Who's Who In Building & Construction Showcase takes place on June 2nd at Embassy Suites San Marcos. For more information about the Showcases, please visit http://www.ShowcaseLaunch.com.
For more information on the Who’s Who magazine, please contact Mike Tartaglia, Managing Editor, at 800.431.2584 ext. 3391 or mtartaglia(at)mail.thebluebook.com.
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