ENMRSH is a new building in Clovis, NM providing daytime care for adults with disabilities. This new facility sits adjacent to their existing campus and allows the non-profit organization to expand adult services. ENMRSH serves the Curry, De Baca, Roosevelt and Guadalupe counties, while working closely with the State of New Mexico Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Support Division to empower adults to become independent, employable and comfortable in their living conditions.
This project created a fluid and open floorplan complete with a learning kitchen, fitness room, tech areas, large activity space, sensory room and an inviting common area that is collaborative and relaxed. The space boasts administrative offices, medical stations for nurses, conference rooms and break areas for staff. Enterprise Builders worked closely with Dekker/Perich/Sabatini to build outdoor gardening boxes to allow those in wheelchairs to garden while enjoying an enclosed patio and all of its amenities.
Enterprise Builders’ cabinet shop provided the woodwork and cabinets for this project.
|Address||2700 E 7th Street, Clovis, NM 88101|
Mariposa Community Center is located within the newly developed 6,400 acre Mariposa community, located northwest of Albuquerque’s metropolitan area. It was conceived from a theory that a development can coexist with nature, and with modern architecture fused with some of New Mexico’s most beautiful vistas; this development has big plans to ultimately be home to 18,000 residents. Enterprise Builders constructed the community center together with Dekker/Perich/Sabatini Architects during a design build process in 2008. The team had dreams to construct a functional facility that brought the community together while focusing on sustainability and celebrating the natural scenery encompassing the Anasazi traditions that are representative of New Mexico. Not only did this center need to be rational and deliberate but its design is timeless.
|Address||2501 Parkway Ave. NE|
|Owner||High Desert Investment Corp.|
North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center Phase 1 was completed in Spring 2011. The construction process began with the site development of 5.5 acres of land in the northeast quadrant of Albuquerque. We completed the utility work and set forth to complete the rest of the building to include sustainable alternatives. This building is currently pending a USGBC LEED Gold Certification and showcases the following unique Green features: • Geo Exchange Heating/Cooling System- A special hybrid HVAC system was designed to produce hot/cold air by using the ground. Enterprise Builders created 64 wells, 250 feet below ground, to source the Geo Exchange System. This system is incredibly unique because it an efficient hybrid between Loop Field, Dakin System and a boiler that minimizes energy and maximizes efficiency. • GrassCrete- A walkway system allowing water to percolate into the concrete so it can used for watering. It’s a stunning landscape architecture feature and great way to collect water. • Solar Screening- Large solar screens were placed on the exterior windows of the building to block solar gain and reduce heat gain/loss. Additionally, in an effort to continue to reduce heat gain/loss insulation was placed internally and externally. Not only does North Domingo Baca provide sustainable details, but we also used top of the line finishes to give the building a beautiful modern touch infused with traditional New Mexico style and industrial aspects. We used bamboo flooring, polished concrete floors, rubber flooring, recycled steel, NANA doors, accordion overhead partitions, reusable/recyclable materials and rusted steel paint for our unique finishing touches. All fixtures used in this project were low VOC and LEED certified. We integrated LED control lighting, low-flow toilets and solar screens into sustainable design.
|Address||7521 Carmel Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM|
|Owner||City of Albuquerque|
|Architect||Mahlman Studio Architecture|