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

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Los Alamos

Molzen Corbin has remained at the forefront of wastewater engineering, making state-of-the-art systems accessible and affordable to communities across the State.

Los Lunas

The new Village of Los Lunas Wastewater Treatment Facility, designed by Molzen Corbin was awarded 2011 Engineering Excellence Awards by both the New Mexico Chapter and National Organization of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).


The Ruidoso Joint Use Board (JUB) was faced with providing wastewater treatment in one New Mexico’s premier tourist destinations while meeting one of the most stringent water quality permits ever levied in the United States.


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


The Town of Mesilla was originally served by the City of Las Cruces’ water system. Molzen Corbin assisted the Town in developing an independent water system that would put their water rights to beneficial use.

Las Vegas

Although the City of Las Vegas primarily uses surface water for its water supply, ground water from the Taylor Well field is an important component in its overall water supply program.


Developing a sustainable and reliable water resource is critical to the success of the Spaceport America project. A completely new community water system, including all components of supply, storage, transmission and distribution was developed by Molzen Corbin’s design team for the world’s first purpose-built commercial spaceport.


For more than 20 years, the Pueblo of Zuni depended on bottled water for all of their drinking water needs.

Santa Teresa

This Well RW-1 in Santa Teresa, was drilled 700 feet deep in September 2010. This picture shows the drilling contractor placing the stainless steel screen.


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.