Porsche of New Orleans

As stated on their website, “Porsche is not a company afraid to tread its own path.” In fact, 70% of all Porsche’s ever built are still on the road. That means every Porsche dealership needs to convey both the individual style and quality that goes into their cars.

With this in mind, Woodward Design+Build undertook the renovation of a former dealership and the challenge to turn it into a building worthy of the Porsche name. The project consisted of a 3,000 square foot showroom featuring an exterior facade of upper aluminum composite panels and a lower aluminum and impact glass. The new interior included an open ceiling with high end tile floors, all glass partitions, graphics, a Tenemec Paint System and furnishings featuring Porsche Corporate Branding. The end result is a strong reinforcement of the Porsche brand inside and out.

The parts and service area were also upgraded, along with a new epoxy coating for the shop floor.

Project Information

  • Category
    Auto Dealership Construction
  • Owner
    Ray Brandt Auto Group
  • Design
    Verges-Rome Architects
  • Size
    4,200 Square Feet
  • Budget
    $1,242,500
  • Location
    Metairie, LA
  • Completion
    May 2011

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