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Facilities Design and Construction

Facilities Design and Construction is responsible for the ongoing, district-wide construction, renovation and major repairs of APS facilities.

Contact Information

Physical Address:
915 Oak Street SE Albuquerque, NM 87106 Map

Phone: (505) 848-8810
Fax: (505) 246-9020

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About Us

APS Facilities Design + Construction (FD+C) is responsible for the on-going, district-wide construction, renovation and major repairs of APS facilities. FD+C employs a variety of architects, engineers, construction managers, furniture, equipment and facility specialists, and business support accounting and administrative personnel who oversee the complex, and often challenging, task of ensuring the projects identified and funded in the APS Capital Master Plan are completed.

Facilities Design + Construction is currently responsible for investing nearly $1 billion in both new educational facility capital projects as well as improvements and refurbishments in the district's schools between 2010 and 2016. The Albuquerque School District maintains the largest collection of public buildings in New Mexico that total approximately 15 million square feet of traditional school buildings, portable classrooms, and administrative offices and facilities.

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