Presbyterian Healthcare Services, Rust Medical Center

Kasey Skarsgard

Presbyterian Healthcare Services’ Rust Medical Center underwent a multiphase transformation in which the original 90,000 SF hospital was developed to a multi-building campus with a 535,000 SF hospital, 101,000 SF medical office building, and 11,000 SF central plant. Designed with the patients and convenience in mind, Rust offers all private patient rooms that are adaptable to any level of care, …

Presbyterian Healthcare Services, Administrative Center

Kasey Skarsgard

Designed with the future in mind, Presbyterian Healthcare Services’ Reverend Hugh A. Cooper Administrative Center facility houses over 2,100 employees. Nicknamed “The Coop,” the 320,000 sf headquarters building features the latest effective strategies for workforce productivity, recruitment, and retention and long term operational efficiency for the health plan and clinical support staff. The multi-phase project includes a renovation of the …

Yuma Regional Medical Center Emergency Department

BPCE

Constructed in 1957, Yuma Regional Medical Center is home to a growing community that had outgrown its medical resource, leaving a need for an expansion of the Emergency Department. In three-years, the design team was able to expand the facility to 71,000+ SF, add a three-level parking garage to alleviate pedestrian traffic and parking issues, and relocate the central utility …

Miraval Resort and Spa

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Nestled at the foot of the Santa Catalina Mountains in the Sonoran Desert, the Miraval Resort underwent an extensive renovation in 2012. What was once a yogi’s dream retreat, B&P was able to create a relaxing atmosphere, yet bring life to the resort villas and wellness spa through ambient lighting and upgraded HVAC systems, solar water heating and low-flow plumbing …

Los Alamos National Laboratory, Strategic Computing Complex

Kasey Skarsgard

Home to some of the most powerful supercomputers in the world such as, Q-Machine, Roadrunner and Trinity, Los Alamos National Laboratory’s secured supercomputing facility known as the Nicolas C. Metropolis Center for Modeling and Simulation or simply, the Strategic Computing Complex (SCC) needed to upgrade the facility to prepare for the most recent Trinity platform upgrade. LANL wanted to make …

New Mexico State Police District 7 Facility

Kasey Skarsgard

The New Mexico Department of Public Safety will soon have a new home for its District 7 state police station. Named in honor of the fallen NM state police officer Glen Huber, the new 8,964 square foot building will replace an aged and obsolete facility that no longer meets the agency’s current demands and needs to effectively serve the community. …

City of Albuquerque, Patrick J. Baca Library

Kasey Skarsgard

Completed in 2015 and the largest branch library in the system, the Patrick J. Baca Library is unique in its own right. The two-story library features state-of-the-art mechanical, electrical, A/V, security and IT systems, all designed by B&P. The library uses an underfloor air distribution/raised floor system which will ease the work of redistributing systems for future expansion. Focusing on …

Department of Veterans Affairs, Grand Junction VA Medical Center

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The Grand Junction VA’s physical medicine and rehabilitation department needed to expand their space by 50 percent to be able to better serve veterans. This single-story medical building was designed with the future in mind with the ability to add a second story, and includes medical treatment spaces, offices, gymnasium, prosthetics lab, exam rooms and a rehab park. Evaporative cooled …

City of Albuquerque, Convention Center

BPCE

The Albuquerque Convention Center underwent a complete renovation transforming both the east and west buildings into a modern gathering space while still maintaining the traditional and strong New Mexican aesthetic through the interior. Completed in two phases, the West Wing Ballrooms, 11,000 square foot kitchen, dock area, and the stucco exterior of the East and West Buildings all received a …

University of New Mexico, Basketball Arena “The Pit”

Kasey Skarsgard

In 2010, UNM’s sports arena, The Pit underwent a massive renovation and expansion that sought to preserve the character of the original 1966 building – also engineered by B&P. Among the improvements were additional concession stands and restrooms, new digital signage and video boards, upgrading the locker rooms and training facilities, expansion of the concourse, store, ticket office, and the …