New Orleans faced one of the greatest challenges in her 300th year history after the federal levee failures during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. No American city had ever experienced this level of destruction and diaspora of its population. In the aftermath we chose to not only rebuild what we lost but took the opportunity for rethinking and revitalization. New Orleans has not only rebuilt our historic structures, homes, hospitals, parks and roads but we have become a model for 21st century redevelopment and infrastructure investment. These diverse city-wide projects will have a lasting impact and are a vital step in creating the city we will be for the next 300 years.
Louis Armstrong International Airport
Four Seasons Hotel
N. Rampart Street Car Expansion
Bourbon Street Infrastructure