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FBT’s employee-led team, the Barqueños, raised $2,610 for Animal Humane New Mexico at this year’s Doggie Dash & Dawdle. The Doggie Dash & Dawdle is Animal Humane’s largest annual fundraiser and signature event. In its 35th year, the event raised over $313,000 for the local charity, whose mission is to support and improve the lives […]

ACE Leadership High School and the New Mexico Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects held their third annual Pop Up Playground (PUP) on Saturday, November 11, 2017. The PUP attracted over 200 kids of all ages including many returning participants from last year’s event. Groundwork Studio’s (GWS) Amy Bell brought New Mexico its […]

FBT Hires Will Moses

October 9, 2017

FBT Architects/Groundwork Studio has hired Will Moses as a principal landscape architect. Over the past decade he has worked on projects ranging from healthcare facilities, streetscapes and city parks to historic research, sports facilities and master planning. At Groundwork Studio, he hopes to further explore green infrastructure and resiliency in landscapes. Also published on Albuquerque […]

Republished from “Atmosphere isn’t sacrificed for security at new Farmington High School” by Mike Easterling FARMINGTON — When it came time to design a new main building at Farmington High School, Jeremy Trumble of the Albuquerque-based design firm FBT Architects knew there was one priority that towered above the rest — security. As the number […]

On Friday May 5th, 2017, FBT attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the Jicarilla-Apache Community Center in Dulce, NM with Progressive Construction Management and Flintco. The Community Center, a planned 100,000 sf replacement facility for the Jicarilla Apache Nation, focuses on creating healthy spaces – inside and out. Centrally located in the heart of Dulce, the […]

Pine River Library Park Groundbreaking and Pop-up Playground The Bayfield Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with Groundwork Studio Landscape Architects provided a unique opportunity for children to build their own playground. Hosted at the Pine River Library on May 20, the parking lot was transformed into a temporary Pop-Up Playground. Over 100 children collaborated […]

Republished from UNM Newsroom’s UNM selects FBT Architects to design Johnson Center Expansion and Renovation Project 3/24/17 The University of New Mexico has selected local firm FBT Architects, teamed with Hastings+Chivetta Architects, to design UNM’s Johnson Center Expansion and Renovation Project on main campus. After a competitive process that attracted architectural teams from across the […]

Republished from UNM Newsroom’s Construction begins for the McKinnon Center for Management at the Anderson School by Rachel Stone 1/4/17 Work by The University of New Mexico’s Planning, Design & Construction (PDC) has begun on the replacement building at the Anderson School of Management (ASM), which will be known as the McKinnon Center for Management […]