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Porsche Audi of Albuquerque
Presbyterian Rev. Hugh Cooper Administrative Center Phase 2 Addition
The Medical Resort at Fiesta Park
Presbyterian 1B Unit & Infrastructure Renovation
Rio at Las Estancias
Rio Grande Brew Pub
PMG Socorro Medical Office Building
Total Wine Uptown Albuquerque
Porsche Audi of AlbuquerqueAudi of Albuquerque and Porsche of Albuquerque are part of one of Albuquerque’s longstanding premier car dealerships located on northbound Pan American Freeway, just north of Alameda.
Presbyterian Rev. Hugh Cooper Administrative Center Phase 2 AdditionLocated near Balloon Fiesta Park, the 195,000sf ground up addition is one of Albuquerque’s largest post-recession projects at nearly $27,000,000.
The Medical Resort at Fiesta ParkThe Medical Resort at Fiesta Park is a beautifully renovated 65,000 sf facility, which makes use of the original 1950’s vintage heritage of the building.
Presbyterian 1B Unit & Infrastructure RenovationThis intricate renovation tested the walls of time, as we completed an infrastructure upgrade within the confines of the 1960’s section of the Presbyterian Main Hospital
Rio at Las EstanciasRio at Las Estancias is a 58,000 sf long-term care and rehabilitation center near Coors and Rio Bravo SW. The $13 million Project includes 120 beds.
Rio Grande Brew PubLocated within the secure corridor of the Albuquerque Sunport lays the new Rio Grande Brew Pub. This pub offers traveling patrons a sip of local home brewed beer with exceptional food, fused with a traditional New Mexican ambiance.
PMG Socorro Medical Office BuildingThe city of Socorro is home to the new PMG Socorro Medical Office Building, constructed to provide support for the existing PHS Socorro Hospital Campus and meet the growing needs of the city and surrounding population.
Total Wine Uptown AlbuquerqueThe rapidly expanding Uptown retail district is now home to Total Wine & More. The re-purposed building was once a lavish office space for Morgan Stanley Smith-Barney, which now resides in Two Park Square .