Moss Point police station

Moss Point, MS
Completed July 2017
Orocon Construction completed the contract for the construction of a new 14,600 sf two-story police station for the City of Moss Point. The building is constructed of a structural steel frame on a concrete foundation with concrete masonry walls and a brick veneer. Cast stone and stucco elements enhance the buildings exterior with doors and windows built to meet hurricane force winds.

The interior houses a court room with judges bench, an armory, a forensic/evidence storage, dispatch, two holding cells, and various administrative areas. The entry foyer is constructed of bullet resistant glass and gypsum board, and the forensic/evidence storage includes a secondary ceiling of hollow core precast planks for added security measures.

Biloxi Waterfront Park (Point Cadet Plaza)

Biloxi, MS
Completed March 2014
Mississippi Associated Builders and Contractors Merit Award Winner 2014
“The Point” in Biloxi became home of the U.S. Coast Guard in 1925, housing personnel, patrol boats, high-speed picket boats, and a 165-foot cutter. In 1933 the Coast Guard moved to Pascagoula, and the former barracks and aircraft hangar became the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum and Point Cadet Plaza. Both facilities were destroyed in 2005 by Hurricane Katrina.

In 2012 work began to restore “The Point” to its former glory. Biloxi’s newest waterfront park project included a significant amount of sitework, beginning with the removal of the existing concrete parking lot and converting it to a beautiful green space, the construction of a new 10,000 square foot open-air pavilion resembling the old aircraft hangar and a new playground and splash pad. The park’s first phase was completed in December 2013. Phase 2 included the sitework for the neighboring Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum, which was completed in July 2014.

Additional work was awarded for a single story steel framed structure and portable restroom facility as well as landscaping and irrigation.

Bait and Fuel Shop at Biloxi Small Craft Harbor

Biloxi, MS
Completed May 2013
Mississippi Associated Builders and Contractors Merit Award Winner 2014
Orocon Construction recently completed this $1,160,468 contract for the new Bait and Fuel Building located at the Small Craft Harbor in Biloxi, Mississippi. Work included the new construction of an elevated, two-story, single level bait and fuel building with approximately 2,400 square-feet of open floor space. The building is constructed 19-feet in the air with auger piles, grade beams, CMU, steel joist and metal trusses with metal roofing, and EIFS and stucco exterior. The structure is designed to withstand 140 mph winds.

The new Bait and Fuel Building replaces the original structure destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.  


Ft. Maurepas Park & Pavilion - $1,957,813
Ocean Springs, MS
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Biloxi, MS
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Pascagoula, MS
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