Chevron – Gulf of Mexico Headquarters Building

Covington, Louisiana

This relocation was crucial in maintaining business operations following Hurricane Katrina.

Clayco provided design-build services for this 300,000-square-foot relocation of Chevron’s Gulf of Mexico operations from New Orleans due to Hurricane Katrina. Completed in just eight months, this relocation was crucial in maintaining business operations. Sustainable building features include raised access floor ventilation systems; very low-flow water closets, urinals and lavatories to reduce water usage; high-efficiency central plant heating and cooling systems; exterior sunshades to limit external glare; increased performance glass; and a covered, multi-story parking facility.

Get In touch

Tom
Sieckhaus

Executive Vice President & Shareholder
Corporate Business Unit Leader

+1 314-592-2221
sieckhaust@claycorp.com

Innovation Highlights

LEED NC V2.2 Gold Certified
Very low-flow water closets
High-efficiency central plant heating and cooling systems

Key Facts

Project size:  300,000 SF
Client name:  Chevron
Architect:  Lamar Johnson Collaborative

Awards

Design-Build Institute of America – 2009 Design-Build Award
American Concrete Institute, Louisiana Chapter – 2008 Best Concrete Project Award
Tilt-Up Concrete Association – 2008 Tilt-Up Achievement Award

Integrated Company Involvement

CRG

Design-Build & Architecture

LAMAR JOHNSON COLLABORATIVE

Architecture and Interior Design

CONCRETE STRATEGIES

Tilt-Up Concrete

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