UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO SCIENCE & MATH LEARNING CENTER – PHASE II

Location: Albuquerque NM

12,450 sf

Owner: University of New Mexico

Located within a constricted site and sitting on drilled piers, this new construction of additional square footage to an existing facility lies in the heart of UNM campus.

The facility provides space on four floors (including the basement and mechanical penthouse) for three state-of-the-art teaching science laboratories for Organic Chemistry and Earth and Planetary Sciences, eleven offices for faculty, support offices and storage.

Project features:

  • Exterior EIFS and large curtainwalls
  • High performance building
  • Hemco fume hoods
  • Epoxy floors

The Association of General Contractors (AGC) of New Mexico announced that UNM’s Science & Math Learning Center (SMLC) Phase II project is due to receive the 2016 Best Building Award for projects between $2.5 and $5 million.

LEED Silver Certified

Association of General Contractors Awarded this Phase II project: 2016 Best Building Award

 

 

 The Franken project team was very professional, experienced, successful and, at the same time, very personable.  The project was delivered on time and within budget and it was a pleasure working with them.”

~Michael Reid, Project Manager University of New Mexico ~