The Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame project in Natchitoches, New Orleans, will be featured on the Smithsonian Channel series “How Did They Build That?” for its unique architectural design.
When Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, Samuel J. Green Charter School experienced some flooding, but was spared significant damage; however, the aging facility, which was equipped with 1920s-style vintage wood windows, had its own obstacles to overcome.
Monumental devastation from 2017’s hurricanes Irving, Maria, and Jose has caused architects and building professionals to look back at lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina, which devastated New Orleans in August 2005.
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