Rio 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 and is a joint venture of Albuquerque-based On Pointe Health and developer Cauwels & Stuve Realty & Development Advisors, with Enterprise Builders Corporation serving as the general contractor. The property has 80 beds for long-term skilled nursing care and 40 private rooms for short term post-surgery recovery. The façade massing and interplay of color creates a residential feel rather than the institutional appearance common to this facility type. Designed with 4 wings radiating from a center core, the facility boasts resort-like finishes and amenities such as coffee bistro, movie theater room, dining area with world class chef, and shared soft seating areas with views to the surrounding fields and mountains. There is a large central physical and occupational therapy room in an up-beat and upmarket setting. The pin-wheels design allows for maximum visual contact with the lovely south valley surroundings, skylights, borrow lights, and large windows provide a bright and inviting setting. This project greatly benefits the community with 120 new, well-compensated jobs and much of the staff recruited from the nearby area. Proudly, Enterprise Builders’ woodwork shop completed all of architectural millwork the facility.
|Address||3620 Las Estancias Drive SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105|
|Architect||Richard Rappuhn, AIA|
The Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless was built from the ground up with Wright and Hammer Architects as the designers on the expansion while Enterprise Builders Corporation constructed the project. This 8,700sf two-story building is located across the street from their existing campus, on the northeast corner of First Street and Mountain Road.
The design of this building was centered on making a difference in our homeless community by promoting independence and dignity. This space includes medical exam rooms, a coffee bar, office space, counseling rooms, large conference rooms and private shower areas complete with secure storage for clients. The new area is decorated with neutral tones paired with bursts of orange and welcomes light throughout an open floor plan. Polished concrete flooring was used throughout the building as well as floating clouds suspended from the ceiling.
Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless currently serves around 7,000 patients per year and this expansion will give them the space and resources necessary to expand their medical, mental health and basic needs services to better serve our Albuquerque community.
|Address||1217 1st Street, NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102|
|Owner||Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless|
|Architect||Wright and Hammer Architects|
Bernalillo Academy Residential Treatment Center, located at 1801 Randolph Road SE, is an 83,500 sq. ft. is a three-story building which was a part of a larger campus of approximately 22.6 acres with four office buildings constructed in various phases between 1980 and 1988. The existing building was designed for office-type use with private and open office areas around a three-story atrium space, making it suitable for single tenant occupancy.
The improvements to accommodate the Bernalillo Academy included an interior renovation of approximately 80% of the spaces on all floors with change of occupancy classification, upgrades to building HVAC, electrical and fire protection systems along with other ADA improvements. The sitework included converting the majority of the existing parking lot south of the building into several fenced play areas for the children – separated for age and activity levels. Bernalillo Academy is the only organization and facility of its kind in both the City of Albuquerque and the State of New Mexico that provides sub-acute residential treatment to children ages 4 through 18 who have severe Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Developmental Delays (DD), neurobehavioral disorders or neurodevelopmental disorders. Bernalillo Academy is accredited by The Joint Commission (TIC) and licensed through the State of New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD).
The overall design strategy effectively converted office-type spaces for new use and occupancy classification, and to provide a calming, safe, secure, and supportive built environment for children, families and staff. Our team accomplished that by:
Additional Special Features:
Quiet / Personal Sensory Rooms – An intimately sized room adjacent to each learning or activity area allows easy access for staff to provide a quiet, safe zone for the children when needed without leaving the main area. Color changing LED light fixtures are included to provide an environment where children can control their own light levels, if desired, and is used to calm a child who is having a challenging time. Children have a place to further control their own intimate environment by manipulating other sensory features such as sound and music; to include preferred objects such as books, toys, games, and preferred seating and enclosures. This strategy has proven very successful and APS is now including this feature in all of their learning environments for students with special needs.
|Address||1801 Randolph SE, Albuquerque, NM|
|Owner||Sequel Youth & Family Services|
|Architect||Design Plus, LLC|
In 2016, EBC transformed an office building into a stunning and modern 5,419sf dental suite. This build out includes a welcoming reception area with kid’s play area, 10 medical rooms, dental lab, x-rays machines throughout all rooms, exit pay station, consulting office, administrative offices and employee break room. This project was part of a collaborative design/build process, in which the client was strongly engaged. Furniture and accents were designed to fit perfectly in this space and allow room for expansion.
Enterprise Builders completed all the custom woodwork in the suite. We designed and created wood accent panels that can be seen on the ceilings, and on decorative walls throughout the building. Enterprise Builders completed all of the custom casework in this dental office and coordinated with their medical sales representative to make certain every tool had an appropriate place. We used laminate cabinets and hardwood for all accent pieces.
|Address||3809 Eubank, Albuquerque, NM|
|Owner||Padilla Dentistry & Orthodontics|
The Project is a 25,225 square foot new Medical Office Building for Presbyterian Healthcare Services. It is located on Albuquerque’s westisde and serves as support for Presbyterian Hospitals with Clinical Pods, over 30 Exam Rooms, Procedure Rooms, and Doctors’ Offices.
The Building exterior utilizes the Presbyterian signature finishes including metal panels, stone veneer, and a steel and stone entrance canopy. The metal panels, stone towers and entrance canopy punctuate way finding to the Building Entrance. The Patient Waiting and Reception Area are highlighted by dramatic high ceilings with an cloud-style grid, high windows, brilliant accent colors and private reception desks.
Each Clinical Pod contains exam rooms and provider offices, all organized about a large open Nurses’ Station complimented with lighting and pops of color. The Clinical Pods are linked together with continuous Staff Only Hallways. These Staff Hallways connect the Pods to each other as well as to the Clinical Support Areas without the necessity to enter Patient Halls or Waiting Areas.
This project is another example of Presbyterian’s efforts to provide community based treatment.
PMG Paradise Clinic is also a 2017 ABC Award Winning Project .
|Address||4588 Paradise Blvd NW #100, Albuquerque, NM 87114|
|Owner||Presbyterian Healthcare Services|
The 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. The 23,000 sf medical facility boasts 3 clinical pods, 39 examination rooms, 6 procedure rooms, 13 doctors’ offices and a new helicopter pad. As patrons enter the facility, they are welcomed by a stunning waiting/reception area with a custom radiused faux cherry wood reception desk, crafted by Enterprise Builders’ in-house Architectural Woodwork Shop. The EB Architectural Woodwork Shop also provided wood accents and cabinets which decorate the building. The entry area is accented by a dramatic 10’ ceiling, large skylights, curved walls and accent colors. A swirling floor design continues through the front part of the building directing patients to the clinic pod entrances. Clinical pods contain a minimum of 12 exam rooms, 2 procedure rooms and 4 doctors’ offices, centered around large naturally lighted nurses’ Stations. The exterior of the building utilizes Presbyterian’s signature materials-metal panels, stone veneer and steel/stone entrance canopy. The aesthetic and practical design of the building gives the area an adequate amount of space to expand medical services with state-of-the art equipment and an environment that appeals to patients. PMG Socorro Medical Office has the capacity to welcome more doctors and patients to the rural south as well as the potential to hire more local folks.
|Address||1202 Highway 60 West, Socorro, NM 87801|
|Owner||Presbyterian Healthcare Services|
|Architect||Kevin Georges Architects, PA|
This 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. Floor by floor, we extracted existing HVAC ducts, plumbing pipes and electrical conduits and replaced them with modern alternatives. This upgrade also integrated the modernization of all four elevator shafts on each of the levels. The multi-phased project demanded constant coordination and careful shut-down scheduling between the construction team and owners. Special attention was paid to Interim Life Safety Measures and Infectious Disease Control due the sensitive nature working within a fully operational hospital. Additionally, we performed a complete removal and renovation of the 1B unit which included 15 patient rooms with med gas hook ups, private bathrooms and a central nurse station.
|Address||1100 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM|
|Owner||Presbyterian Health Care Services|
Enterprise Builders Corporation completed the interior remodel of existing day surgery into a new Emergency Department, approximately 10,000 square feet. Work included a new exterior entry and drive canopy.
|Address||8300 Constitution NE, ABQ, NM|
|Owner||Presbyterian Healthcare Services|
EBC has completed 3 large scale renovations/tenant improvements for RAA totaling more than $4,000,000 in contract value. The most recent project completed consisted of a 13,800 sq. ft. renovation. The project consisted of the design, coordination and construction an approximate 10,000 sf radiology suite and breast imaging center, and an approximate 13,050 sf business operations center. The radiology suite is approximately 50% clinical and 50% public and support area. The business operations center is approximately 65% public spaces and open plan and 35% private offices.
|Address||4411 The 25 Way NE, Albuquerque, NM|
|Owner||Advanced Imaging LLC|
The 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. The multi-million dollar redevelopment transformed the building, which had been re-purposed and remodeled several times since its original completion, by incorporating original characteristics with a modern touch. The contemporary design enhances the original brick walls and fireplaces to coincide with the stunning neutral tones, offering clients a resort-like stay. The fully revamped facility now boasts a coffee bar, multiple fitness/therapy areas, eat-in bistro restaurant and movie theatre, which are all provided within a stunning environment with 85 private patient rooms. Prior to the renovation, completed by Enterprise Builders Corporation and Cauwels & Stuve Construction & Design, the facility served as a nursing home. With many of the bedroom outlines already in place, the main structural improvements included enclosing outdoor patios to form group areas and creating a unifying interior design to conform to the New Mexico Department of Health’s Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) standards. Additionally, mechanical units and windows were replaced to increase efficiency and cut down on energy consumption. The exterior of the building received some sprucing up as a fresh coat of stucco was applied, and steel screens decorate the building while serving as blockage from the sun. The spectacular details of the job came together to embrace the building as it once was and to create a one-of-a-kind facility providing superior care to clients as they reside in a resort-like Skilled Nursing Facility. This is truly a “home away from home”.
|Address||8820 Horizon Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico|
|Owner||Balloon Park Property, LLC|
|Architect||Richard Rappuhn, AIA|