The grand opening of the New Zuni Airport is today at 10:00am. It is the first new airport in New Mexico in more than 20 years. In 2009, WHPacific was selected as the airport consultant for the Pueblo of Zuni. WHPacific's scope of work included site selection, ALP development, environmental clearances, archaeological mitigation, grant management, design and construction management. The new airport replaces the existing facility located in Black Rock, NM and will be instrumental in Medevac operations for the tribe and the surrounding area. In our Albuquerque office, Beth Schatz, Aaron Prentice, Alice Rego, Joe Alexa, Jackie Lin, Bill Foster, Bill [...]
Staff in our Albuquerque office attended the Associated General Contractors Best Building celebration earlier this month. They were there to accept an award for their work on the Albuquerque International Sunport New Snow Barn Complex. The project was part of their on-call with the City of Albuquerque's Aviation department. WHPacific provided the programming, design, and construction administration services. Congratulations Albuquerque!
Albuquerque was recently ranked #3 out of all American Indian-Owned Business in New Mexico. The rankings were provided by Albuquerque Business First and were determined by the total 2016 NM revenue. Congrats, Albuquerque!
A huge welcome to our newest staff members hired in March: Craig Jones - Utility Systems Coordinator, Barrow Michael Carter - VP, Business Development, Phoenix John Kinnee - Survey Party Chief, Phoenix/San Diego Greg Griffin - Civil Engineer, Boise
Our Anchorage office has received the Honor Award for their Ramah Navajo Chapter Long Range Transportation Plan & Strategic Safety Plan. The award was presented at the 2017 Engineers Week Awards Banquet, which is an annual celebration of Alaska’s engineering projects and individual accomplishments. The plans our team put together for this project were models of place-sensitive, client-based transportation planning for rural tribal entities. The planning approach to development of the documents allowed Tribal priorities to drive progress from beginning to end. The resulting plans successfully reflect local priorities and represent a realistic path forward for Ramah Navajo Chapter transportation [...]
WHPacific welcomes Michael Carter to their leadership team. Michael brings more than 37 years of successful business management and project options to WHPacific. He is a senior executive with strong, diverse business skills providing profit and loss responsibility, growth in operations, management, technical, and business leadership while creating rapid growth in start-up operations and established corporate environments. Michael has an extensive background in Federal contracting and business development growth strategy that will help pursue existing and emerging markets for WHPacific. Welcome Michael!