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Albuquerque

Effluent reuse water is stored in a 250,000-gallon steel reservoir at the treatment plant in the City of Las Vegas, NM. Most of this reuse water is pumped to storage ponds incorporated into the redesign of the Highlands University Golf Course, and is now used to irrigate the course. Other reuse water is applied to baseball fields at Keys Park.

Albuquerque

This project involved 21 improvements to modernize equipment and eliminate operational problems for one of Albuquerque’s key lift stations.

Albuquerque

The Pueblo requested our expertise in evaluating a microfiltration based arsenic treatment system that had been recommended by another consulting firm and compare that treatment technology to an oxidation-assisted coagulation/filtration system.

Albuquerque

Our transportation engineers worked with UNM’s needs within the City’s requirements to provide a median layout on University Avenue by the PIT Arena that functions during a normal day, as well as during the busiest games, for both vehicles and pedestrians.

Albuquerque

Molzen Corbin designed this high profile $21.3 million,1.1-mile, multi-lane, principal arterial that serves as the “Gateway to the City of Albuquerque” extending from I-25 to the Albuquerque International Sunport terminal.

Albuquerque

Molzen Corbin’s involvement in upgrading and improving the City of Albuquerque’s reliever airport included the siting study and recommendation, preparation of the environmental assessment, and design and construction administration services for the Airport Air Traffic Control Tower.

Albuquerque

This ongoing project involves the review of previous drainage studies and the preparation of updated modeling to illustrate the historical hydrology at DE II Airport.

Albuquerque

Molzen Corbin designed the extension of public water and sanitary sewer service to DEII with installation of water transmission lines, distribution lines, sanitary sewer force mains, two lift stations and collector lines, and a multi-purpose trail. The trail also serves as a maintenance access road.

Albuquerque

This was an emergency project to realign Paseo del Volcan at the entrance to Double Eagle II Airport. At the direction of the Mayor’s office, Molzen Corbin redesigned the intersection on a fast track schedule, which from notice to proceed on the design to construction completion took approximately four months.

Albuquerque

Molzen Corbin designed the Runway 17-35 Reconstruction which also included the design for the renovation of the runway lighting and airfield guidance signs.

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