PROJECT COST: $15.7 Million

The Pueblo Of Isleta Tribal Services Complex, Phase II
IMAGE: DAVE WILLIAMS, AIA
The Pueblo Of Isleta Tribal Services Complex, Phase II
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Located between two natural geologic prominences, this 100,000-sq-ft facility brings together the pueblo�s fire department, tribal police department, tribal and appellate courts, tribal administration and the tribal council chambers. The two-level design includes a large secured parking structure on the lower level, contained by 20-ft-tall concrete retaining walls and internal concrete columns. A distinctive basket-like shade structure shields the Tribal Council Chambers.

Location: Isleta, N.M.
Started: January 2010
Target Completion: July 2011
Owner: The Pueblo Of Isleta
Design Firm: Rohde May Keller McNamara Architecture, P.C.
General Contractor: Jaynes Corp.
Civil Engineer: Larry Reid And Associates
Structural Engineer: JJK Group
MEP Engineer: Fogleman Engineering; Hughes Design