Spring & Winter 2017 Projects


Spring & Winter 2017 Projects

This winter has been busy! So busy that we completed 58 jobs since January, and half of those were partnerships with other local businesses. As always, we send a huge thanks to the Teppics team or your hard work over these times, and we continue to ramp up on RevIT as our core platform.

Here are a few of the highlights:

  • Job 210 – 1523 Copper Ave 4-Plex: This building is a brand new 4-plex, currently under construction. Teppics provided full MEP designs for 3 four-plex buildings of residential housing in the downtown area.
  • Job 216 – Homewood Suites: This builder is adding 30 units to an existing/operating Albuquerque hotel. We turned this job around quickly, as contractors were already on staff and moving.
  • Job 222 – Navin Properties: Teppics provided full MEP and RevIT services for this “Warm Shell” shop space with receptacles and lighting, including an attached office space as a fully operational, occupancy ready suite.
  • Job 223 – Jersey Mike’s Holly Ave: This repeat client came back for another round of designs for their Jersey Mike’s sandwich shop. Glad to have a happy client!
  • Job 224 – VFW in Carlsbad NM: This one is a building upgrade for a VFW chapter in Southern NM. We are always excited to be included in jobs with and for veterans!
  • Job 233 – Los Alamos Pizza Kitchen: For this job, we provided designs for refitting an existing space in Los Alamos, NM, for a pizza kitchen and dining area. The client has requested LED lighting for its long wear and electricity savings. Teppics recommended a service upgrade to ensure adequate power for expansion and upgrades.
  • Job 234 – Azuma III: Teppics provided an expert review of MEP drawings for a teppanyaki restaurant for an architect client.

Looking forward to this summer, as more exciting jobs continue to come in!

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Ellen KenneyPosted on6:02 pm - Jun 7, 2017

So proud of Brandon and Nina and their work at Teppics!

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