UNM Centennial Engineering Center

UNM Centennial Engineering Center

The award-winning UNM Centennial Engineering Center was designed to incorporate the multiple disciplines of engineering into one center. The mechanical system incorporated new state-of-the-art equipment as well as tying into UNM’s central plant via piping in the “tunnels.” The four-story structure features laboratory space, classrooms and offices.

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Total square footage: 147,445
Total construction cost: $42 Million
Construction Completion Date: August 2008
Owner/Developer: University of New Mexico
New Mexico Unions: UA Local 412, SMW Local 49

Project Highlights:
2009 winner-Best Building in the $20 million and over category from the New Mexico branch of Associated General Contractors.
Largest single project in UNM’s history.
Special space and safety considerations- site surrounded by three other buildings, one road and a campus full of students.
Completed on schedule before the start of Fall 2008 classes.


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