State-of-the-Art Projects with a New Mexico Touch

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Albuquerque

Molzen Corbin has served as the City of Albuquerque’s primary airport engineer for more than 4 decades.

Albuquerque

The award-winning North I-25 Reclamation/Reuse System Nonpotable Surface Water Reclamation Project was designed by Molzen Corbin to architecturally blend into the natural environment. The result is a structure that incorporates curves and textures that blend into the native environment and express the concept of water.

Albuquerque

A fundamental design challenge for Molzen Corbin architects in renovating the UNM PIT Arena was to retain the magic of the iconic, historic facility while ramping up its persona and transforming the facility into an urban asset, creating a sense of pride for UNM and the State of New Mexico.

Albuquerque

University of New Mexico’s (UNM) Indoor Football Practice Facility, an 89,856-square-foot facility, is the first of its kind in New Mexico and one of only a handful nationwide, providing both the Lobos and the University with a new competitive edge.

Albuquerque

Renovation of the old underutilized UNM Gymnastics Facility into the Rudy Davalos Basketball Center tipped off and became Phase 1 of the eventual $60 million renovation of the adjoining Pit Arena.

Albuquerque

The Consolidated Rental Car Center for Albuquerque International Sunport was showing signs of age and needed to accommodate the ever-changing rental car industry. Molzen Corbin redesigned the interior of the building to address modern rental care customers while providing a more pleasant working environment for employees and.

Albuquerque

New landscaping to showcase the new design of the iconic PIT Arena is a xeric landscape with hydrozoned irrigation. Vehicle isolation from the building envelope is provided by a combination of trees, native travertine quarry slabs matching the building finish and illuminated bollards.

Albuquerque

Molzen Corbin was selected by UNM to develop an Athletics Campus Masterplan that would bring order to future investment at the South Campus area and create an identity for athletics facilities – an envisioned complex featuring centralized competition, practice, and support facilities.

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