wright & dalbin architects, inc.

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For more than 28 years, Wright & Dalbin has been one of the most trusted architectural service firms in El Paso, with clients including the El Paso, Ysleta, San Elizario, Socorro, Canutillo, and Fabens School Districts; the City of El Paso, the County of El Paso, White Sands Missile Range, and other numerous public and private sector clients. W&D is a full-service architectural firm with extensive experience in the design, engineering and project management of commercial, residential and educational facilities. We go above and beyond to deliver impeccable designs and achieve a higher quality standard on all our projects.

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El Paso County Family Youth Services Center AIA Award

The County of El Paso's Family Youth Services Center received an Honorable Mention Award from the El Paso Chapter of the American Association of Architects.

Judge Enrique Peña Juvenile Justice Center Ribbon Cutting

About a hundred people showed up for the ribbon cutting of the new Judge Enrique Peña Juvenile Justice Center Expansion. The new building features two courtrooms, meeting rooms, and offices for probation officers and public defenders.

Apartments upgrade quality of life

(El Paso Times, May 2, 2011, by Aaron Bracamontes)

Two new apartment complexes opened last week as part of the Lower Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy.

Urban Living

(El Paso Times, April 3, 2011, by Leanne Hedrick)

The hip, industrial coolness of living La Vida Urbana complete with exposed brick walls, concrete floors and chrome kitchen appliances has made its way to El Paso. And developers are banking on the idea that an option for Downtown living will attract the type of buyer who enjoys being able to walk to work, grocery stores, museums and restaurants.

LEED vs. Green Globes

Green building certification programs are third party independent verification systems to assure that buildings meet stringent standards for sustainability and the environment. These standards guarantee that buildings represent little embodied energy expenses, and will consume less energy over their life span. Because green buildings are built with better envelopes, that is, the structural elements that keep the inside in and the outside out, green building certification programs also usually include provisions for indoor air quality.