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New County Administration Complex and Restoration Project

By Santa Fe County

Santa Fe County has been working toward a new County Administration Complex on the corner of Catron and Griffin street and a restoration of the current County Administration Building at 102 Grant Ave.

We are very excited to share the wonderful news, the project is in motion and moving quickly! Santa Fe County recently completed a Request for Proposals and the Board of County Commissioners awarded a design build contract. Now, that we are through the procurement process we are able to share some of the building blocks for the design with the community!

We are inviting residents to an open house presentation and review of the project concepts developed to date on Wednesday, August 29 from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. at Santa Fe County Administration Building, 102 Grant Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87505.

Please let us know if you can make it by emailing kbustos@santafecountynm.gov. Thank you, we look forward to chatting with you!

About the Project

The County Administration Complex will replace the “Old Judicial Complex” that currently sits on the property. The proposed new complex will be approximately 62,000 sq. ft. and will allow Santa Fe County to consolidate several county services into a central building. This will create a dual county campus in two buildings, located within blocks of each other in downtown Santa Fe with on-site public parking. The County Administration Complex has a tentative completion date of Fall 2019, immediately followed by the restoration of the County Administration Building, which has a tentative completion date of Spring 2020.

The Jaynes Corporation and Studio Southwest Architects design-build team were awarded the $27.9M contract for the Santa Fe County Administrative Office and Restoration project on August 14, 2018.

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