The University of New Mexico’s Clark Hall Chemistry Building is a 1940s historical structure located on the university’s main campus in Albuquerque, NM. The Phase 2 project goal was to completely renovate the facility while preserving the overall ambience and intention of an exceptional department.
Yellowstone Landscape partnered with the general contractor, Bradbury Stamm Construction, and architect McClain + Yu Architecture and Design to renovate the now, LEED Gold Certified facility which will continue to be the hub for groundbreaking research and top-notch education. Yellowstone Landscape installation team installed a waterwise, desert friendly landscape that will enhance the student experience on campus and highlight the historical nature of the state-of-the-art building.
For over 25 years Associated General Contractors of New Mexico have awarded premier commercial construction projects based on the overall design, construction management complexity and challenge, expertise of craft and sustainability of a project. In 2022, the UNM Phase 2 Renovation at Clark Hall Chemistry Building was awarded by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) the New Mexico 2022 Best Building Awards Grand Prize of Show.
At Yellowstone Landscape we find value in creating an intentional landscape environment which we believe is a steppingstone to promoting an exceptional educational experience for students. Promoting, enhancing and developing a landscape that is as inviting as it is sophisticated and beautiful for students to enjoy. The integration of natural and native elements in the xeriscape enriches the historical nature and shines light on the novelty in which the new building exudes.