Las Cruces High School
Stubbs Engineering provided structural design services on Phase I renovations and additions for Las Cruces High School. This included 192,000 sq. ft. of new construction. Designs included a new two-story administration building with a computer room, a multi-media/gaming room, and two classroom wings with an open-air courtyard. The administration building is connected to the other building by a 110ft long by 20ft wide pedestrian bridge that crosses a five-lane street. The bridge connects a large common area in both buildings while maintaining the continuity of the aesthetics. The addition includes 59 new classrooms, a new Counselors Building and a Performing Arts Center. Stubbs Engineering incorporated a structural steel framing system to optimize the architect's wide-open floor plan and maximize cost efficiency.