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The Santa Fe Train Depot is a train station built in 1880 by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. This Historic Train Station is now utilized by the New Mexico Department of Transportation and the Rail Runner Express commuter train. Tipton Engineering has worked on many historic buildings and we understand the challenges that can come with a historic building or a building in the Santa Fe Historic District.

The train depot was in desperate need of an upgrade which included all MEP systems. We worked with Barbara Felix Design + Architecture on the lighting design to achieve the look and layout they designed and envisioned which included reusing historic exterior fixtures. The mechanical systems are completely redone. This can be a challenge as rooftop equipment has to be completely concealed in the Historic District. The restrooms were reorganized which provided the means and opportunity to replace and upgrade most of the piping. There is also a large, unfinished snowmelt system that Tipton Engineering was tasked with completing.

Location: Santa Fe, NM

Services: Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Site Utilities

Market Sector: Historic

Size: 2,230 SF

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