Amador Hotel Column Replacement
Las Cruces, NM
Stubbs Engineering designed a plan to replace existing wood support columns, in an open atrium area, with structural steel columns in order to increase the live-load capacity of the 2nd floor. This renovation will convert the historic building from a bank into a meeting/convention space.
Client: Williams Design Group
Las Cruces West Mesa Fire Station #7
Las Cruces, NM
This fire station contains over 9,500 sq.ft.. The 4150 square foot 3 truck apparatus bay is framed with CMU walls and bar joists. The station also contains offices, a training room suitable for 20 individuals, a large fitness room, living spaces, four separate dorm spaces and four separate restrooms framed with light gage and structural steel. There is also an outdoor patio featuring an exposed structural steel trellis.
Client: ASA Architects
La Mesa Volunteer Fire Station
La Mesa, NM
This 8,800 sq. ft. fire station includes offices, living quarters, and three Fire Engine Truck Bays. The living and business portion is wood-framed construction while the Truck Bay is CMU with wood truss construction. The living area include 4 separate sleeping quarters, a dayroom, and a kitchen. The business portion includes two offices and a conference room. The main entry and exterior feature are exposed structural steel.
Client: Studio D Architects
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Las Cruces City Hall Solar Panels
Las Cruces, NM
This project consists of developing two steel frames that were roughly 30ft x 110ft that is supported by 5 wide flange columns. The structure is supported by an existing concrete parking garage. This structure is retrofitted to withstand the new loads from the solar structure.
Client: Positive Energy
El Paso Zoo Reptile House and Pavilion
El Paso, TX
Stubbs Engineering provided the engineering services for the El Paso Zoo Reptile House and Pavilion. For the reptile house, we made modifications in order to repair damages caused by the excessive deflections in the cantilevered roofs on the perimeter of the structure. The project included the design of new screen walls to help support the cantilevered roofs as well as four feet structures and one head structure. A fabric structure on the rear of the building was also designed. The pavilion part of the project was 7000 square feet of new construction. It consisted of the design of an elevated floor deck to support a new tent pavilion, provided by a tent manufacturer. The elevated deck included framing for two patios and framing for a food prep area. The design of a combination of CMU and steel framed walls and architectural rock walls with a cable suspension system was also included.
Client: Van H. Gilbert Architect PC
300 E. Main, Suite 908, El Paso, TX 79901 | Phone (915)228-3488 | Fax (915)228-3499
1150 E. Kennedale Pkwy., Kennedale, TX 76060 | Phone (817)402-4590 |