Infill Strategies for Exsisting South Capitol CampusInfill Strategies for existing South Capitol Campus


New Mexico Health and Human Services, Santa Fe NM

Pamela Owen Adams led the programming and feasibility study for the State of New Mexico, to plan for consolidation of all HHS functions in the Santa Fe region.  This included the needs program for all subgroups, from Public Health to Child Welfare and Aging and Adult Services.  The goal was to provide better service to the public while also realizing operational and real estate efficiencies by co-locating groups.  The team analyzed comprehensive financial data to create a life cycle cost comparison to determine a total occupancy cost for the life of the property.  Analyzed data included:

The information from the program verification and feasibility study enabled the State to make defensible recommendations to the legislature, in terms of the best financial benefit for state tax dollars while preserving and enhancing business productivity.

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South Capitol Existing Campus Multiple Development Options Evaluated

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