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SMPC Elevates Four

SMPC Elevates Four

Alex Nellos, Associate; Sarah Pulling, Senior Associate; Sonia Vinajeras-Gallegos, Associate; and Stefan Johnson, AssociateThis week SMPC Principals announced the promotion of Alex Nellos, Sonia Vinajeras-Gallegos and Stefan Johnson to Associate. Interior designer...

Jackie Bryan is WELL AP

Jackie Bryan is WELL AP

SMPC Architects Associate Jackie Bryan, AIA, has earned the WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP™) credential through the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™), placing her among a group of leading professionals who are dedicated to supporting human health...

Architect David Hassard Retires

Architect David Hassard Retires

“ I am truly blessed to have worked continuously in my chosen profession for the past 45 years.  I credit it all to my family and to the many professional relationships developed over the years.  Architecture is a collaborative process and I am thankful to everyone at...

Dave Cook Retires After 45 Year Career in architecture

Dave Cook Retires After 45 Year Career in architecture

After a long career in architecture Principal Emeritus Dave Cook has retired from SMPC. Dave has been a thoughtful designer, engaged problem solver and valuable mentor to many. He is now looking forward to spending more time with his family, traveling, and creating...

40 Under 40

40 Under 40

SMPC is excited to have some good news to share – Principal/Architect Erik Mease is being recognized by Albuquerque Business First as one of their Top 40 Under 40 honorees. Erik’s positive attitude, creative energy, quiet humility and candid nature characterize his...

SMPC Promotes Design Professionals to Associate

SMPC Promotes Design Professionals to Associate

Achieving licensure is a rigorous and demanding endeavor. In New Mexico, licensing requirements include completion of a degree program at an accredited institution, gaining relevant experience through a paid internship, and passing the licensing exams – i.e, the...

Looking Back – the Move Downtown

Looking Back – the Move Downtown

Check out this fun video montage chronicling SMPC's move from Nob Hill to the historic Banque Lofts building, downtown Albuquerque, 2018.