A Part of the New Mexico Landscape
Since 1960, Molzen Corbin has proudly provided innovative engineering and architectural solutions that guide New Mexico’s municipalities through growth and change -- improving the overall quality of life and helping to enrich this State’s colorful cultural and historical tapestry. (Photo credit: Jan Bartlestone)
Paving the way to continued economic growth and development, Molzen Corbin does more than calculate slopes and alignments of roads; we connect the people of New Mexico.
Sunport Boulevard, Albuquerque
Molzen Corbin designed Sunport Boulevard -- the Gateway to the City of Albuquerque -- a high profile principal arterial that connects the Albuquerque International Sunport to I-25 and that often provides visitors their first glimpse and impression of the “Land of Enchantment”.
UNM Arena, The "Pit"
Exercising imagination and creativity, Molzen Corbin’s architects worked hard to retain the magic of this beloved, world-renowned arena while ramping up the fan experience and renovating the iconic facility to modern standards. Today, the transformed facility is an urban asset creating a sense of pride for UNM and the State of New Mexico.
Village of Los Lunas Transporation Center, Los Lunas
Always proud to be a part of New Mexico’s past and future, Molzen Corbin’s design of the Los Lunas Intermodal Transportation Center recalls local history while serving the technological needs of a growing community in the 21st century. Los Lunas is one of Molzen Corbin’s many long standing clients.
Water Resources Engineering
Molzen Corbin has a great reputation for designing water systems that protect and purify New Mexico’s most precious resource. We understand that the water projects entrusted to us must be done correctly the first time.
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President, Del Archuleta >
Molzen Corbin’s President and Owner, Adelmo “Del” Archuleta, is a native of New Mexico who has devoted his life to improving the lives of New Mexicans not only through his professional endeavors, but by also giving back through extensive community and public service...more >