Projects:

University of New Mexico Cancer Research Treatment Center - Albuquerque, NM

Pete V. Domenici United States Courthouse - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Shiprock Alternative Schools, Inc. - Shiprock, New Mexico

New Mexico State University Library Building - Las Cruces, New Mexico

Rio Rancho High School - Rio Rancho, New Mexico

Dane Smith Hall - University of New Mexico

National Hispanic Cultural Center - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Seba Dalkai Boarding School - Navajo Nation, Arizona

Albuquerque Museum Expansion and Renovation - Albuquerque, New Mexico

State of New Mexico Office Building West Capital Complex - Santa Fe, NM

West Side Transit Facility, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Jardinero Professional Office Building, Albuquerque, NM

University of New Mexico, Gallup Branch, Learning Resource Center - Gallup, NM

Los Alamos National Bank - Los Alamos, New Mexico

University of New Mexico Ambulatory Care Center - Albuquerque, NM

Central Park Square - Los Alamos, New Mexico

Crownpoint Daycare Center - Crownpoint, New Mexico

TVI Workforce Training Center - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Piedra Vista High School - New Mexico

Navajo Prep Dormitories

First Mesa Elementary School

Santa Fe County Jail

Doņa Ana County Detention Center

UNM Ambulatory Surgery Center - Albuquerque, NM



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University of New Mexico Cancer Treatment Center - Albuquerque
UNM CRTC

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Pete V. Domenici United States Courthouse - Albuquerque
RME provided surveying, civil and structural engineering design services for the GSA's new $43.7 million Federal Courthouse in downtown Albuquerque (completed in 1998). Encompassing 254,000 square feet on eight floors, along with a detached underground parking structure, RME's design called for augercast piles, composite deck and floor framing, and concentric braced frames. GSA Courthouse

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Shiprock Alternative Schools, Inc. - Shiprock, New Mexico
Shiprock Project consisted of six buildings totaling 148,000 SF encompassing school administration, elementary, mid-high and high school classrooms and facilities. A variety of materials including steel, concrete, pre-cast concrete, concrete unit masonry and glulam lumber were used for the structure. Two of the buildings feature architecturally exposed pitched, shallow barrel-vaulted roofs terminating into curved exterior walls. Construction was completed in 2002 with a total construction cost of $20 million.
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New Mexico State University Library Building - Las Cruces, New Mexico
RME provided the structural design for this $7 million, three-story, 92,000 square foot structure with basement. This project, finished in 1992, required heavy loading design and used concrete dome slabs. The basement is reinforced concrete walls with concrete subterranean utility tunnel which ties into New Mexico State's utility distribution system. NMSU Library
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Rio Rancho High School - New Mexico

Approximately 300,000 square foot, multiple two-story steel structures with precast concrete walls, with a construction cost of $30 million. Completed in 1996.
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Dane Smith Hall at The University of New Mexico

Dane Smith Hall
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National Hispanic Cultural Center - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Red Mountain provided surveying, civil engineering design and structural engineering design for this project consisting of three separate buildings.  One building is a new 47,000 square foot two story Visual Arts building featuring a 60 foot high "Solstice Tower" and an auditorium.  The second building is a new 2000 seat concrete amphitheater with a stage covered by a soaring cantilevered canopy.  The third building is a completely renovated and remodeled adobe and wood viga framed structure, originally built as a school.  The 26,000 square foot renovated building houses a commercial kitchen, restaurant and offices.  Construction of the first and third buildings was completed in 2001.  Total construction cost is $11 million. Hispanic Cultural Center
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Seba Dalkai Boarding School - Winslow, Arizona

Project consisted of a 91,000 square foot campus which features a series of traditional Navajo "hogan" forms incorporated within the Administration -Classroom Building. Use of glu-laminated lumber, along with steel tension and compression rings, allow for column-free classroom areas with exposed lumber ceilings, which are mildly pitched octagonal configuration. Concrete unit masonry exterior walls and metal stud interior bearing walls support the wood framed roofs. A separate building houses a gymnasium and a theater. Scheduled for completion in 2001 with a construction cost of $16 million.
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Shiprock - Enlarged Photo Description

SASI - Shiprock, New Mexico

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Albuquerque Museum Expansion and Renovation - Albuquerque, New Mexico

40,000 square foot addition includes new gallery space, special events area and grand hall featuring 28 foot tall architecturally exposed concrete columns and clerestory windows shaded by dramatic cantilevered steel framed roof. Construction completed in late 2004. Albuquerque Museum
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State of New Mexico Office Building West Capital Complex - Santa Fe, NM

125,000 square foot three story composite steel framed office building with basement parking garage. Building is supported on drilled pier foundations, and utilizes concrete shear walls for lateral force resistance. Construction completed in mid 2003. State Office Building
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West Side Transit Facility - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Phases I, II, & III, includes Bus Fueling Facility, Bus Wash Building and 60,000 square foot Bus Maintenance and Administration Building for City of Albuquerque. $15 million project is currently under construction. Phase IV, which includes a 27,000 square foot addition to the Maintenance Building, four 25,000 square foot Bus Storage Canopies and an Operations Building, is nearing completion of construction documents and is scheduled to bid in March, 2005. West Side Transit Facility
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Jardinero Professional Office Building - Albuquerque, NM

35,000 square foot two-story steel and wood framed superstructure over 26,000 square foot underground parking garage. Parking garage structural lid is a two-way post tensioned concrete flat slab with special detailing to accommodate shrinkage and expansion/contraction movements in the 357 foot long garage structure. Construction completed in 2003. Jardinero Professional Office Building
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University of New Mexico, Gallup Branch, Learning Resource Center - Gallup, NM

20,000 square foot, two level structure built into hillside. Expansive clay soils required use of pier and grade beam foundation and suspended structural floors. Framing consists of a combination of structural steel, reinforced concrete and glu-lam wood.
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Los Alamos National Bank - Los Alamos, New Mexico

Four story 71,000 square foot concrete frame office building with a full basement. Height restrictions necessitated use of post tensioned flat plate floors and roof. Large column to column spacing resulting in very high slab shears at the columns was accommodated by the use of steel, wide flange shear heads and the use of doubled shear heads at special heavy load locations. Concrete shear walls provide seismic lateral force resistance. Foundation utilizes concrete caissons drilled into volcanic tuff bedrock. Project was completed in 1996 with a construction cost of $12 million. Los Alamos National Bank
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University of New Mexico Ambulatory Care Center - Albuquerque, NM

202,000 square foot, five story post-tensioned concrete structure with basement. Steel framed bridge connecting new building to existing building second floor pedestrian bridge over Lomas Boulevard. Construction completed in 1992. UNM Ambulatory Care Center
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Central Park Square - Los Alamos, New Mexico

Three-story 35,000 square foot building with a partial basement. Superstructure is steel framed with composite steel framed floors. Concrete shear walls provide lateral resistance. Foundations are drilled piers. Also, included in the project was a third story addition onto an existing two-story building along with a story addition connected to the existing building. Construction to be completed in 2005. An earlier phase included a similar 30,000 square foot, three-story office building.
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Crownpoint Daycare Center - Crownpoint, New Mexico

10,000 square foot steel framed building with CMU bearing walls. Center portion of building features glue laminated wood framed Hogan. Poor site soils necessitated drilled pier foundations with a reinforced two-way structural slab-on-grade. Construction completed in 2003.
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TVI Workforce Training Center - Albuquerque, New Mexico

TVI Workforce Training Center
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UNM Ambulatory Surgery Center - Albuquerque, NM
UNM Ambulatory Surgery Center
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