Adrienne Lewis, an associate and architect at Dekker/Perich/Sabatini since 2002, has made the move from Albuquerque to our Phoenix office. Experienced in a variety of public sector projects, Adrienne will continue to serve as a project manager and as a technical and quality assurance expert in the firm.
Creating a world-class community recreation facility requires more than an ambitious building and new equipment. It starts with a shared vision, strong partnerships, and a commitment to residents.
The University of New Mexico has opened its third and final phase of the Domenici Center for Health Sciences Education, the culmination of over 17 years of strategic planning.
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini received the 2018 Monarch Award for its design of Bernalillo High School. Awarded by the Association for Learning Environments, the Monarch Award recognizes exceptional planning and architectural design of high-quality learning environments in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
Dekker/Perich/Sabatini (D/P/S) has once again been ranked among Engineering-News Record's annual Top Design Firms list.
The Indian Health Service and the Cocopah and Quechan Tribes celebrated the opening of Fort Yuma Health Care Center on April 11.
Do you feel better when you take a walk outside, pet a dog, or watch the clouds float by? You are not alone. Human beings have an innate inclination to connect to nature, and this connection contributes to improved human health, making parks, open space, and recreation facilities the perfect places to promote community wellness.
So much of what we do is about both creating reality and documenting existing reality. With tools like drone imagery and photogrammetric processing software, we can very quickly and accurately capture existing site and building conditions to provide value for our clients and information to our teams.