NM 47 through Peralta

NM 47 through Peralta ClientNMDOT Completion2016 Size2.0 Miles Cost$12.1 Million On four occasions over a 20-year period, the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) attempted to upgrade NM 47 through the Town of Peralta, but engineers were unable to present a drainage solution that could both garner public support and fit within the budget. Molzen Corbin was able to design … Read More

I-10/I-25 Interchange

I-10/I-25 Interchange ClientNMDOT Completion2013 SizeN/A Cost$40,173,034 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. Molzen Corbin, the New Mexico DOT, Federal … Read More

I-10 Six Lane Improvements

I-10 Six Lane Improvements (Las Cruces to Texas Border) ClientNMDOT Completion2013 Size18 Miles 170 Sq. Mile Watershed Cost$40,173,034 The expansion of this 18-mile, heavily-traveled corridor from four to six lanes (one lane in each direction) now makes commuting a lot easier for motorists on I-10 from Las Cruces to the Texas border near El Paso. The overall project included two … Read More

West Central Avenue

West Central Avenue ClientAlbuquerque Completion2017 Size1.5 Miles (Road, Sidewalk, and Trail) Cost$4.0 Million The City of Albuquerque selected the Molzen Corbin team to analyze and design improvements to one of the busiest portions of West Central Avenue. Working for the City Council through the Department of Municipal Development, we proposed vehicular and pedestrian improvements at the intersections of Central/Rio Grande … Read More

Goff Boulevard

Goff Boulevard ClientBernalillo County Completion2015 Size1.2 Miles Cost$4,988,421 Goff Boulevard is a major thoroughfare through Albuquerque’s South Valley neighborhood. However, the road desperately needed to remedy two issues: flooding with heavy rain and safety at a three-way stop. We resolved these challenges by designing new storm drains along the road and implementing a High T design at the three-way stop. … Read More

Martinez Road

Martinez Road ClientMoriarty Completion2014 Size0.5 Mile Cost$480,000 Martinez Road is a major thoroughfare in Moriarty, connecting an industrial area to NM 41, with houses and residential neighborhoods in between. The large amount of truck traffic on Martinez Road had caused severe damage to the roadway, and there was no subsurface drainage in place to handle heavy rainfall. The design for … Read More

Courthouse Road

Courthouse Road ClientLos Lunas Completion2015 Size0.5 Mile Corridor Cost$950,000 Under our on-call contract with the Village of Los Lunas, Molzen Corbin assisted the Village with improvements to one-half mile of Courthouse Road from NM 314 to Los Lentes Road. The purpose of this project was to beautify the corridor (giving it a boulevard-type atmosphere) and promote economic activity. Safety for … Read More

Albuquerque International Sunport Airfield Center of Excellence (ACE) Infrastructure Development

Albuquerque International Sunport Airfield Center of Excellence (ACE) Infrastructure Development ClientAlbuquerque International Sunport, City of Albuquerque Completion2018 Size80 Acres Cost$6,373,466 The Molzen Corbin Team designed and oversaw construction of the Aviation Center of Excellence (ACE) project located within the Albuquerque Sunport property. The ACE project is envisioned as an emerging business hub, promoting economic growth and collaboration between Albuquerque’s R&D … Read More

Double Eagle II Access Road Realignment

Double Eagle II Access Road Realignment ClientDouble Eagle II, City of Albuquerque Completion2009 SizeN/A Cost$962,627.56 The north and south access road (Paseo del Volcan) interchange leading into the Double Eagle II Airport had a compound curve that was a safety issue and was partial cause of several serious traffic accidents since the alignment was constructed in 1995. Molzen Corbin redesigned … Read More

Diverging Diamond Interchange

I-25/NM 14 (Cerrillos Road) Diverging Diamond Interchange ClientNMDOT Completion2016 SizeInterchange Cost$21 million The redesign of the I-25/NM 14 (Cerrillos Road) Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) was an exercise in creativity, and an opportunity for the engineering team to think outside the box of typical roadway design. The first of its kind in New Mexico – DDI will make traveling safer and … Read More