This project consists of a two-story, 42,315 sq. ft. addition to UNM’s MIND and COBRE CMRRC Facility and remodeling of the 9,855 sq. ft. existing building. The new structure is beam and column structural steel, with some areas constructed of masonry and others of wood. There are also several elevated concrete walls and slabs. Of particular interest is a two-story vertical cylindrical conference room clad in zinc-plated metal. The exterior is primarily stucco, with some architectural exposed concrete. The building has a built-up asphalt roof with a structural skylight over the lobby. Interior finishes include stone tile floors and wood ceilings in the two-story main lobby. This project was awarded AGC’s NM Best Building Top Winner for Interiors in 2006 and SW Contractor’s Best of 2005 award in the Education Project, University/College category.