Often times a parking lot is the first impression of a business. To get customers to shop it’s best to have a clean, convenient experience with an attractive appearance that will last for years to come.
Highland Enterprises has recently competed work at the new Sprouts Farmers Market grocery store on East Lohman Avenue in Las Cruces. Highland performed the customized steel fabrication and erection to the existing roof structure to support skylights, HVAC, refrigeration equipment, transformers, etc. Highland also extended the fire main lines outside the building and tied into the city’s main line. Part of our work included extending the sewer main along with newly constructed manholes through the existing parking lots and storm-water ponding areas.reas.
Highland Enterprises recently completed a beautiful maintenance facility for the City of Sunland Park. This 40×60 metal building was constructed as a Design Build project where we assembled a team of architects and engineers to bid , then create drawings, then to build the project. This project went the Cooperatives Educations Services (CES) program to provide the customer a fast track project.
Highland Enterprises is Southern New Mexico’s professional choice when it comes to parking lot maintenance. Our regularly traveled service area includes Silver City, Deming, Lordsburg, Las Cruces, Santa Teresa, El Paso, Alamogordo, and Ruidoso. We use Seal Master Sealcoat products that are low VOE compliant. We have recently completed three churches, a large retail parking lot, several small business parking lots, and some large driveways. We routinely work with tenants of apartment complexes or the public to cordon off our work zone each day. Our services include hot rubberized crack fill, sealcoating, asphalt patching, overlays, and complete tear-off and new asphalt placement. We are experts when it comes to making existing facilities meet with current handicap regulations, and routinely build ramps and handrails for improved accessibility.
Highland Enterprises recently completed the new public artwork pieces that are located in front of the Las Cruces City Hall. These four giant mosaic walls represent New Mexico’s colorful, historic culture. The serpentine, poured-in-place concrete walls required elaborate formwork that was fabricated by hand. The forms were lined with a product to leave an extra smooth architectural finish. Each of the walls measure roughly 15 feet long and 12 feet high, which required a concrete pump truck to assist in the pouring.