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

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Las Cruces

This award-winning project modernized geometrics, improved public safety and rebuilt aging infrastructure at the intersection of two major national highways. The finished roadway includes flyover bridges that keep traffic moving efficiently and new ramps with acceleration and deceleration zones that make the freeway entrances and exits safer.

Las Cruces

The 6-lane corridor features more than 140 culvert extensions on the median to handle stormwater flows. The drainage basins extended from I-10 on the western end to the mountain peaks of the Organ and Franklin Mountains to the east. Overall, there were 237 sub-basins, and a total of 170 square miles of watershed analyzed.  

Las Cruces

The storm drainage system design included recharge pits throughout the roadway that allow for a majority of the runoff to be managed by percolation on site.

Las Cruces

The Sand Hill Arroyo is a major watershed in the City of Las Cruces that flows from the Organ Mountains to the Doña Ana Drain. This project included the hydrologic and hydraulic analysis of the Sand Hill Arroyo Drainage Basin and its tributaries.

Las Cruces

Molzen Corbin has a long-standing relationship with the City of Las Cruces that includes almost all work on the City’s wastewater treatment facility, including initial planning and design of the facility and collection system.

Las Cruces

After 14+ years in the planning stage alternating between the NMDOT and City of Las Cruces, Molzen Corbin was selected to address this project. By proposing “alternative footprints” reflecting the corridor’s multiple uses and offering harmonious transitions between roadway segments, the community finally accepted the design.

Las Cruces

During Molzen Corbin’s long tenure providing engineering services at Las Cruces International Airport, many innovative techniques were developed and used in the design, construction and renovation of runways and taxiways at New Mexico’s 2nd largest airport.