Louisiana Nature Center

12 years after Hurricane Katrina, the Audubon Louisiana Nature Center held its grand reopening on October 6, 2017. As part of its $10 million renovation, Solomon Group fabricated a recreation of a cypress forest, complete with an array of indigenous critters, showcasing the rich biodiversity of South Louisiana.

Out in New Orleans East, Audubon’s Louisiana Nature Center is aimed at teaching kids (and their parents) about the wetlands and forests of South Louisiana. The 4,000-square foot interpretive center captures visitors’ attention with detailed displays on swamp flora and fauna. Additionally, the center features a network of trails, varying in length from 0.3 to 1.3 miles, comprising both boardwalks and dirt paths that wind through the vibrant Louisiana forest and wetland ecosystems.

Take a look at the detailed elements our phenomenal team of fabricators and artists custom-made for the center's new exhibit hall.

  • Scenic Fabrication
  • CNC
  • Painting
  • Project Management
  • Signage