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

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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.

Santa Fe

The Airport facility serves as a gateway to “Santa Fe – the City Different,” often providing tourists and other visitors with their first impression of the unique culture and character of Santa Fe, or of the State of New Mexico itself.


This project entailed a complete remodel of an old rural post office for which our architecture staff designed and repurposed the aged mid-century building into a much needed visitor and meeting center. The exterior was renewed to be more in context with the other municipal assets of this picturesque small community.

Los Lunas

The Visitors Center was built to accommodate the need for a venue for the Village to promote the community to visitors and prospective businesses looking to relocate to the area. The Visitor Center was the first building in Heritage Park which later would house the Los Lunas Wellness Center as well as a variety of recreation facilities.

Los Lunas

Molzen Corbin served as the prime architect for the renovation, extension and ADA compliance of all 5 phases of this project beginning with the total renovation of a 2,400-square-foot vacant medical office building.

Belen Library Exterior

Molzen Corbin designed the original City of Belen public library and its subsequent remodel/addition.

Los Lunas

In an innovative use of existing facilities, Los Lunas’ former Village Hall was extensively renovated to meet current codes. The new fire station functions as the central dispatch center for the Village and provides training facilities for firefighters.

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.


Molzen Corbin designed this new police and emergency medical station for the Village of Tularosa. An excellent example of a multi-user building with interspacial requirements for both cross-use and dedicated use, complex power requirements were integrated into the design.


Molzen Corbin designed the original Belén Senior Citizens’ Center as a 9,800-square-foot, multi-use facility.