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

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Molzen Corbin designed two segments of US 54 south: Carrizozo to Tularosa, and Alamogordo to the New Mexico-Texas state line.

Dona Ana

This project involved the planning, design and construction of a new interchange, including a new bridge, located on I-25 and included public participation, community input and coordination with multiple federal, state and local entities. The bridge uniquely incorporates original art work done by a local artist.


The addition of two lanes (18 miles each direction) now makes commuting a lot easier for motorists on I-10 from Las Cruces to the Texas border near El Paso. Molzen Corbin managed and brought the project to completion on time under extremely tight deadline pressures to comply with Stimulus Funding requirements.

Santa Fe

This $2.3-million project was designed on an accelerated timeframe to capture AIP funding. Funding was secured in 2008 and construction was completed in the Fall of 2009. The primary objective of an aircraft rescue and firefighting (RFF) service is to save lives by minimizing the effects of an aircraft accident or incident.

Santa Fe

ADA and post 9/11-imposed security requirements were instrumental in triggering the renovation of the Santa Fe Municipal Airport Terminal. The overriding project challenge was integrating modern technology into the unique architectural design context of the original building.


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.


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.


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.

Angel Fire

Since the early 1980's, Molzen Corbin’s airport engineers have addressed all phases of airport improvements at Angel Fire Airport, which is perhaps located in the harshest environment in the State.


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.