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2018 NAIOP Awards of Excellence Honor Projects, Developers, and Leaders

December 2018

NAIOP New Mexico, a commercial real estate group, celebrated the 2018 Awards of Excellence with a packed room of developers, architects, contractors, and members of the building community. D/P/S is proud to have contributed to seven award-winning projects. 

Eagle Award | Community/Civic Public | Hobbs Center of Recreational Excellence 

The Center of Recreational Excellence (CORE) was born out of an unprecedented collaboration within Lea County, New Mexico. Hobbs Municipal Schools, New Mexico Junior College, University of the Southwest, Lea County, and the City of Hobbs collaborated to expand the identity of Lea County from an economic energy-based force to a business friendly and desirable community where people want to work and raise a family.

D/P/S served as Associate Design Architect, joining forces with Architect-of-Record Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture of Denver. The team worked with the Quality of Life Committee to design this 160,000sf center that was identified as the top priority by the residents of Lea County.

City of Hobbs - Owner
Haydon Building Corporation - General Contractor
Pettigrew & Associates - Civil Engineer
JVA Consulting Engineers - Structural Engineer
The Ballard Group - M&P Engineer
Reese Engineering - Electrical Engineer
Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture - Architect of Record
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Associate Design Architect
Norris Design - Landscape Architect

Eagle Award | Education | University of New Mexico Health Education Building, Phase 3

The Health Education Building 3 (HEB3) is the third phase and culmination of the Domenici Center for the University of New Mexico’s Health Sciences Center.  Begun in 2001, the project has been completed over the course of 17 years and successfully concludes UNM’s vision of a true interdisciplinary medical education center for all their health sciences students.

University of New Mexico, Health Sciences Center - Owner
HB Construction - General Contractor
High Mesa Consulting - Civil Engineer
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Structural
Bridgers and Paxton - MEP Engineer
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Architect
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Landscape Architect

Eagle Award | Medical | Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center

The efficiency of the design of Santa Fe Medical Center is very patient-centered and supports a model of care focusing on the quality of patients’ experience. In addition to plan layouts that improve workflows and circulation of patients and staff, the medical center includes a large outdoor courtyard with views of the nearby Sangre de Cristo Mountains, gathering areas for patients and visitors, and a “healing path” for patients, visitors, staff, and even physical therapy.

Presbyterian Healthcare Services - Owner
Jaynes Corporation - General Contractor
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Architect
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Landscape Architect


Merit Award | Community/Civic Public | Albuquerque Civic Plaza Renovation

D/P/S and General Contractor Bradbury Stamm worked together to develop six different options for redeveloping approximately 30,000sf of the southeast quadrant of the plaza. Site investigation was a key element of this, since the cost and technical challenges of developing on the lid of the 70’s era parking structure were significant. All of the options included removing the large fountain, which was costly to operate, and replacing it with one or more interactive fountains that used smaller, modern and water conserving equipment. All options included improved accessibility, a hierarchy of spaces, art and shade- within the constraints of the structural grid.

City of Albuquerque - Owner
Bradbury Stamm - General Contractor
AquaDesign; Exerplay Inc. - Sub-Contractor
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Architect
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Landscape Architect

Merit Award | Education | Artesia Public Schools Administration & Training Center

The leadership at Artesia Public Schools (APS), in need of a new building to consolidate their administrative office functions and faculty training space, used this opportunity to create an iconic landmark celebrating the community’s esteemed history, pride, and the extraordinary generosity of its residents. Choosing a highly visible site along “Bulldog Way” near the football stadium and performing arts center, APS’s charge to the design team was to create a memorable and expressive building, incorporating the colors and graphics of their brand well known throughout the southeast New Mexico region. The entire facility incorporates evidence-based design features that promote a comfortable, healthy work environment within a highly efficient and sustainable building envelope.

Artesia Public Schools - Owner
Jaynes Corporation - General Contractor
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Structural Engineer
Bridgers & Paxton - MEP Engineer
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Architect
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Landscape Architect
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Interior Design

Merit Award | Multi-Family | Railyard Flats

Railyard Flats is the first multi-family apartment project in the Santa Fe Railyard District, a hub for entertainment, shopping, food, and contemporary arts. The project is a cooperative effort among the Santa Fe Railyard Community Corporation (SFRCC), the adjoining neighborhoods, the City of Santa Fe, and the state of New Mexico. Because it’s in the Railyard District, the building had to meet specific requirements regarding design, materials, and height. In addition, the project had to consider its immediate proximity to the Railrunner right of way.

Peter Aberg - Owner
Lockwood Construction - General Contractor
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Structural Engineer
M&E Engineering - MEP Engineer
Bohannon Huston - Civil Engineer
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Architect 
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Landscape Architect
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Interior Design

Merit Award | Office | Presbyterian Rev. Hugh A. Cooper Administration Center, Phase 3

The new three story Phase 3 building addition tacks on another 84,400sf of general office space to help support ongoing increases in support staff for Presbyterian Healthcare Services, which can ultimately house an additional 500 employees to the existing 2,100 staff at the campus. D/P/S carried out this next step in a master planned phasing strategy, which included gaining approvals through the City of Albuquerque entitlements process. The addition is narrow, similar to the Phase II wings on the existing building, and oriented to minimize heat gain while maximizing views and natural light for the occupants of the primarily open office environment. The design strategy and aesthetics are carried through into the new addition for a seamless integration into the existing facility. 

Presbyterian Healthcare Services - Owner
Bridgers & Paxton - MEP Engineer
Bohannon Huston - Civil Engineer
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Structural Engineer
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Architect 
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Landscape Architect
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini - Interior Design


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