2024 ACEC Grand Conceptor Award

Molzen Corbin and the Albuquerque Sunport were selected for the 2024 ACEC New Mexico Grand Conceptor award for our work on improving the ABQ Sunport’s emergency power system. This new system provides stable, continuous power supply during emergencies, but also enhances public safety and provides the capacity for airport growth. The ABQ Sunport experienced multiple high-profile power outages in 2019, … Read More

2022 Envision Silver Award

Molzen Corbin is honored to present this award to the New Mexico Department of Transportation Commission, Secretary, and District Engineer on behalf of the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure. The recently completed I-25 University Project is the first infrastructure project in New Mexico history to be awarded an Envision Rating. Envision sets the standard for sustainable infrastructure. From its inception, sustainability … Read More

2021 ACEC Special Project Award Girard Landscaping Project

Last week, the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) New Mexico chapter awarded Molzen Corbin’s recently completed Girard Landscaping Project as the first-place winner in the special projects category of the Engineering Excellence Awards. As one of the two primary access points to the Albuquerque International Sunport, this corridor of Girard Boulevard is heavily traveled and serves as a gateway … Read More

Molzen Corbin and Lea County Complete a Triple Play with Recent Improvements at the Lea County Regional Airport

For the past decade, Molzen Corbin has proudly served as the on-call engineer for all three of Lea County’s airports: the Lea County Regional Airport in Hobbs and the two general aviation airports in Jal and Lovington. The Lea County Regional Airport is the largest of the three airports covering more than 898 acres and providing three runways. As demand … Read More

Match Point: Molzen Corbin-designed Tennis Courts Unveiled in the Village of Los Lunas

Huning Ranch Park, in the Village of Los Lunas, is home to six new competition-caliber courts. These public courts are designed to United States Tennis Association standards with built-in lighting timers to support evening matches. Additionally, bolstering its ever-growing popularity, two of the courts have been designed for Pickleball games with regulation striping and court boundaries. As one of the … Read More

Town of Peralta Wastewater Project Receives National Award

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently recognized the Town of Peralta for their $3 million Regional Sanitary Sewer Project funded through the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program. The project was selected as part of the Performance and Innovation in the SRF Creating Environmental Success (PISCES) program which recognized exceptional projects funded by the CWSRF at the national … Read More