JW Marriott

The 34-story crescent-shaped tower fronts the city but pivots on the site, reinforcing the downtown grid to the east while acknowledging the museum campus gardens and White River to the west and north. The complex has a low-rise masonry and limestone podium that wraps the west and south façades and creates a city-scaled plinth that helps moderate the overall scale of the structure. The dramatic tower interlocks with the podium and presents itself in full height along the east and north façades, and a two-story glass canopy defines the main entrance on West Street.

Within the podium there is ballroom and meeting space made up of 23,000 square feet of exhibition space, a 20,670 square foot junior ballroom and a 40,500 square foot grand ballroom, which is one of the largest Marriott ballrooms in the world.  The 1,005-key complex also has a 1,000 car, three-level, below grade parking structure and a covered overhead walkway to the Indiana Convention Center, making it the perfect destination for the adjacent convention center, museums, ballpark, and business district. This project was completed in collaboration with HOK and was the largest JW in the world at the time of completion.

Terre Haute Convention Center

Through collaboration of the Vigo City and County governments, as well as the Vigo Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, the Terre Haute Convention Center project is taking shape in order to promote positive, long-term economic and fiscal health and the growth of Vigo County.

The project scope involves a new, 40,000 sf convention center with 18,000 sf of meeting space and 22,000 sf of support space. A 12,000 sf ballroom will hold up to 900 people. The project will also include 650 parking spaces in two parking structures and is proposed to be connected to existing and future hotels on site.