AlbuquerqueGeolocation: 35.1623, -106.5899

In 1996, Terracon opened the Albuquerque office. Local clients have included the Albuquerque Public Schools, New Mexico Department of Transportation, USDA, and Public Service Company of New Mexico (Electricity/Utility Power Company).

The Albuquerque office provides a wide range of services including geotechnical engineering design services, construction materials quality control, soil analysis, environmental testing, and more. Contact the Albuquerque Terracon office for more information about their services.

Key Projects

 Terracon provided geotechnical engineering and design services for the I-40/Coors Blvd interchange in New Mexico.
I-40/Coors InterchangeGeolocation: 35.0845, -106.6511
The I-40/Coors Interchange Reconstruction Design-Build project is one of the most complex, high-profile design-build projects undertaken in New Mexico to date. More than 100,000 vehicles including numerous heavy trucks pass through the interchange in a single day. Coors Boulevard is the only north-south principal arterial on the west side that serves both local traffic and regional transportation needs. The Interchange, built in the 60s, was handling more than twice the number of automobiles it was designed for. As part of the design-build team, Terracon was selected to provide geotechnical…

NM Rail Runner, Phase II Design-BuildGeolocation: 34.9727, -105.0324

The Rail Runner Design-Build project consisted of the construction of approximately 18 miles of a new commuter rail from Albuquerque to Santa Fe. As part of the design-build team, Terracon was selected to provide geotechnical engineering design and quality control testing throughout the project. Terracon performed a detailed geotechnical analysis to evaluate the soils such that steeper slopes could be utilized on the project.

University of New Mexico Children’s Hospital and Critical Care PavilionGeolocation: 35.0845, -106.6511
Terracon performed the geotechnical engineering analyses and construction materials engineering and testing for the University of New Mexico Children's Hospital and Critical Care Pavilion. Terracon is also providing comparable services for the existing Telecommunications Building, which will be expanded and incorporated into the ground level of the new hospital. In addition, pavement thickness design for the parking areas and access roads was also provided.