This project consists of renovating the interior and exterior of the historic Deming Depot, built in 1881. The building is approximately 4,500 sq. ft. It was cut in half, and trucked to its current location where it sits on a new concrete foundation. The existing structure consisted of wood stud walls, wood roof trusses and […]
This 39,000 sf historic renovation required exterior, interior, and window replacement throughout four floors. Each historic component was documented, and new work was meticulously detailed to match the original condition. Our team’s attention to detail and documentation allowed this project to be finished with under 1% change order; something very difficult to achieve on a […]
This historic 32,000 sf courts facility was renovated to consolidate the county’s departments and expand the District Courtroom Facilities. The program included exterior and interior renovation and improvements as well as upgraded mechanical and electrical systems. Like all older facilities the historic windows were inefficient and required replacement with modern thermal look-a-likes.
The 41,000 sf addition to the historic McKinley County Courthouse houses the County administration, provides new courtrooms and offices for the District Court, and relieved overcrowding in the old courthouse. It was designed to be a modern complement to the existing historic building and connects to the existing building by a sky-bridge. The facility incorporates […]
The new 88,660 square foot facility features historic and interactive displays. Designed on a tight urban site, the New Mexico History Museum blends steel and glazing to create a connection to the Palace of the Governors building. Located on the Plaza in Santa Fe, the Palace of the Governors was built in 1610 and is […]