This project involved the renovation of approximately 70,000 sf of a strip shopping center and a 6,300 sf renovation of a free standing tire store. NCA converted these two buildings into a new Cibola County Administration and Judicial Complex. The District Attorney’s Office, DWI, County Administration, District Court, Adult Probation, and County Health Offices are […]
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 […]
The Torrance County Judicial Facility includes Main District administration area with offices for staff, district and magistrate courtrooms, court records storage areas, judge’s chambers, and jury deliberation room. NCA also programmed the space for a District Attorney area with offices for three DAs, one investigator, three secretaries, conference rooms, and record storage rooms.
NCA provided design for a 10,000 sf addition to the San Miguel County Courthouse as well as renovation to the existing courthouse. The San Miguel County Courthouse renovation was Phase I construction of the Master Plan. The primary focus was to renovate the facility to meet current ADA and building code requirements. The secondary phase […]
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 […]
NCA Architects provided needs assessment, programming, and full design services for the First Judicial District Court. The Steve Herrera Complex provides spatial provisions for three counties’ judicial function; Santa Fe County, Rio Arriba County, and Los Alamos County. These courts have the task of processing and hearing civil, criminal, and family cases for adults and […]
Located on the University of New Mexico campus, this 33,000 sf, three-level (plus basement) appellate court was designed and constructed to increase NM Court of Appeals’ functional space. NCA collaborated with multiple state agencies to program each agency’s specific needs. A safe and secure facility for judges that offers welcoming space to the public was […]