Innovation is sometimes as simple as bringing big ideas from large projects to smaller towns with big needs. In Las Cruces, New Mexico, a town of around 100,000 residents. In Las Cruces, New Mexico, a community of around 100,000, the city’s oldest high school complex needed to remain an educational foundation, but also a cornerstone to connect the community socially and safely. When the footprint for a major renovation and expansion of the high school stretched across a major road, school officials needed to bridge the gap – literally and figuratively – and they needed to do so without disruption. Sundt and a joint venture partner built the bridging structure on a nearby site and then installed it in a single day.
The innovative approach took months of planning but, as a result, one of the busiest roadways in Las Cruces was closed for less than 24 hours while the new structure was carefully installed with specialized equipment.
Las Cruces Public Schools
Las Cruces High School Renovation