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The Molzen Corbin team ensured that the structure was refurbished according to current code requirements while maintaining its historic character, by designing improvements that re-used as much of the original material as possible. The entire Plaza was updated with modern amenities that included lighting improvements.

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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.  

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Molzen Corbin provided architectural, engineering, and planning services to help the City create appealing, accessible public spaces that would reinstate Becker Street as “the Heart of Belen” -- a cultural and commercial hub.

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Molzen Corbin has provided Los Lunas with our services for review of development designs for almost 50 years on an on-call basis. These reviews included drainage as well as all other infrastructure components related to subdivision development.

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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.

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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.

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Molzen Corbin assisted Bernalillo County with the design of the first of several phases of storm drain design that will ultimately remove the El Porvenir neighborhood, in the County’s South Valley, from a floodplain. The improvements consisted of storm drain construction and roadway replacement.

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This project restored damaged areas caused by extreme rainfall events and included grading of the channel and installation of grade control structures and rip-rap armor to protect strategic channel locations.

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Molzen Corbin acted as the Engineer Supervising Construction for this $1.1-million flood control project, which was designed to protect the Village of Los Lunas against flows from a nearby arroyo.

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100-year storms overwhelmed the Barelas Pump Station in Albuquerque in 2006, contributing to flooding that displaced dozens of residents.

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