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New Mexico State University

Goddard Hall Renovation

Las Cruces, NM


Under the previous firm of ASA Architects, Vigil & Associates’ president/principal Ray Vigil worked with NMSU on this project. The renovation of Goddard Hall involved both the historic bell-tower building, originally designed in 1913 by architect Henry Trost, as well as the more recent annex. The exterior of the tower building, including the original entry staircase, was restored, while the interior was completely renovated for all new student and administrative spaces. The annex was completely demolished, except for some walls retained for their historical significance, and a new engineering building was constructed in its place. Designer and project manager Ray Vigil referred to Trost’s original plans and drawings throughout the project for interior and exterior detailing, tile work, lighting fixtures and other details.

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