The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans Interior Renovation - 2012
A staple of Canal Street since 1908, the Beaux-arts style Maison Blanche building offers guests of The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans a glimpse of history combined with stunning views and modern amenities. Retaining many of the original architectural details of the building, including the original terracotta facade, the building underwent major renovations in 2000 to be adapted from its original use as a department store and office spaces into The Ritz-Carlton.
In order to maintain the changing needs of the hotel’s high-end clientele, Pascal Architects worked with The Ritz to renovate 453 interior guest rooms and corridors in 2012, completing the project in under 110 days without disrupting hotel operations. Completed on time and within budget, our team managed the construction and day-to-day management of the project, including hard and soft good changes, as well as new wallcoverings, paint, and millwork modifications. Our interior architecture team worked closely with the hotel’s corporate team to align the new design and furniture selections with their brand aesthetic and the modern needs of hotel guests.
- Categories: Project management
- Team: P. Mark Pascal
- Date: September 2012
- Budget: $7 million