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2. Rust Medical Center – Rio Rancho, NM

This award winning project is Presbyterian Healthcare’s largest capital project to-date, consisting of 300, 000-sf in three structures: a five-story patient tower, two-story Diagnostic & Treatment building, and central plant. The hospital has an 80-bed capacity and features a full-service emergency department with a helicopter pad, women’s center, labor and delivery, and a neonatal intensive care unit. Also included:   intensive care unit, surgical and operating suites, pharmacy, administration, and a catheterization lab.

The major functions of the facility, including a fully integrated medical office building, are planned around a central atrium area that enhances way finding for patients and families.  The lines between indoors and outdoors have been blurred with healing gardens located throughout the facility. The all private room facility also incorporates materials to help reduce noise to allow patients to rest without interruption.

2012 Best Building
Grand Prize of Show
AGC of New Mexico

Location:  Rio Rancho, NM
Size:  460, 000sf.

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3. Hewlett Packard Office Building – Rio Rancho, NM

Hewlett Packard’s new facility in the Rio Rancho City Centre is a 218, 000 square foot, three story contact center / office building. HP initially employed 1, 350 employees, although the building will house 1600 at full capacity.  The design of the facility incorporates various amenities for the benefit of HP employees including: 

  • food service facility
  • fitness facility with changing areas
  • showers and lockers
  • secure outdoor bicycle storage
  • outdoor dining

A large commons area connecting the two building entries provides space for circulation, collaboration and ‘all-hands’ gatherings.  An open office work environment is the primary use of the main areas, with only a few closed offices and conference rooms toward the center of each wing.  Open collaboration spaces are situated throughout the open office environment to facilitate informal interaction and ideation.

Location:  Rio Rancho, NM
Size:  218, 000 sf

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4. U.S. Forest Service Office Building – Albuquerque, NM

Located in Albuquerque’s premier office park, Journal Center, the recently completed United States Forest Service (USFS) office building at 4000 Masthead is a “sister” tower to the existing USFS building (3900 Masthead) build in 2006. These two facilities, home to over 900 USFS employees, make up the western US regional office for finance, acquisitions and human resources functions. With a large landscaped roundabout creating a pedestrian friendly campus, the new facility comprises 101, 600 Gross SF in three stories and a single deck parking structure.

Location:  Albuquerque, NM
Size:  101, 600 sf

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5. Mack Energy Office Building – Artesia, NM

Soaring steel spires evoke images of oil and gas wells rising toward the blue sky at this energy company’s rural New Mexico headquarters. The theme carries into the two-story lobby’s exposed steel trusses, which evoke the structure of oil derricks. Natural materials were used throughout, including walls clad in stone arranged to depict the oil-rich rock strata of the region. The 56, 000-sq-ft building is supported using tinted concrete tilt-up panels with an efficient structural steel post-and-beam and metal-decking system, except for the steel-framed lobby. The project team committed to a 100% electronic exchange of all files, from virtual drawings to submittals. Handheld devices and laptops were used extensively at the remote jobsite.

Location:  Artesia, NM
Size:  56, 000 sf

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6. National Hispanic Cultural Center – Albuquerque, Nm

New education building for the National Hispanic Cultural Center. The project has received LEED Gold Certification.

First NCv2.2 LEED Gold Certified state-owned facility
First New Construction LEED Gold building
Sixth LEED Gold certified project in the state of New Mexico

2009 AGC New Mexico Best Building Award Winner
$5M – $10M Category and Green Building Categories

2008 NAIOP New Mexico Awards of Excellence
Award of Merit — Civic/Public Project Category

Location:  Albuquerque, NM

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7. Santa Fe Studios – Santa Fe, NM

SANTA FE STUDIOS: The new Santa Fe Studios opened its doors in November 2011 and is located south of Santa Fe on Highway 14.  It studio offers a main building that has two sides capable of hosting a full production, both sides complete with a state-of-the art 19, 275 square foot soundstage, dressing and makeup rooms, and office spaces. It also has an open 57-acre back-lot to be used for building sets or more storage. 

Location: Santa Fe, NM
Size:  87, 000 sf

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8. University of New Mexico Math & Science Building – Albuquerque, NM

his a new 62, 000-sf Science and Math Learning Center at the University of New Mexico (UNM) main campus. The four-floor facility (three above grade and one below), includes a 200-seat auditorium, visualization lab, “smart” classrooms, science labs, department and faculty offices, and study areas, and is designed to promote freshmen-level integration between four departments, including mathematics, chemistry, biology, and earth and planetary sciences. In addition, the building includes distance learning facilities.

The scope of work also included specialized laboratory mechanical systems, structural steel framing, laboratory casework and equipment, acoustical lay-in ceilings, HVAC, and special systems work; site work improvements to pedestrian circulation; and site work infrastructure, including major relocations of sewer, telecommunications and electrical services.

The facility was designed and constructed to meet the sustainability requirements of the United States Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design’s (LEED) Gold certification.

Location: Albuquerque, NM
Size:  62, 000 sf

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UNM Math & Science Building


9. Shamrock Foods Warehouse & Distribution Center – Albuquerque, NM

A 201, 339 square foot warehouse and distribution center which included a 3 story office area with restrooms and break rooms. The office area was air conditioned with Trane split systems and electric heat coils in the units. Refrigeration piping from the indoor units to the roof mounted condensers with copper refrigeration tubing. All underground drain lines are PVC pipe and fittings. All above grade drain lines are no-hub cast iron. All water lines are copper pipe and fittings. Gas piping is threaded steel pipe. The building contains a large freezer and refrigerated storage areas. The building also has a large dry goods storage area heated with gas fired unit heaters and cooled with evaporative coolers on the roof.

Location: Albuquerque, NM
Size:  201, 339 sf


10. Northern Domingo Baca Multi-Generational Center – Albuquerque, NM

N orth Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center Phase 1 was completed in Spring 2011. The construction process began with the site development of 5.5 acres of land in the northeast quadrant of Albuquerque. We completed the utility work and set forth to complete the rest of the building to include sustainable alternatives. This building is currently pending a USGBC LEED Gold Certification and showcases the following unique Green features:

Geo Exchange Heating/Cooling System- A special hybrid HVAC system was designed to produce hot/cold air by using the ground. Enterprise Builders created 64 wells, 250 feet below ground, to source the Geo Exchange System. This system is incredibly unique because it an efficient hybrid between Loop Field, Dakin System and a boiler that minimizes energy and maximizes efficiency.

Location: Albuquerque, NM

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