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About Us


Gregory T. Hicks & Associates, P.C. began practice in 1980 as a firm specializing in historic preservation.  Through the years, we have served many long-term clients with projects that evolved over many years and across multiple campuses.  We learn about our client's needs, by studying their current facilities, interviewing staff and by touring similar facilities.  We believe if we can help our clients tell us about their needs and wishes for their work environments, we can give those ideas form.


Gregory T. Hicks has a proven track record of delivering projects on-time and within budget.  Average tenure of our staff is over 18 years, meaning we are very experienced in working together and we share common goals for project delivery.


Over the years, GTH has expanded into the development of medical and educational projects, both privately held and publically funded.  We have designed projects across the state of New Mexico.  We are proficient with local building codes and have delivered several LEED accredited projects, including New Mexico's first publically funded LEED Platinum Project, the University of New Mexico's College of Education Building Phase I.


We believe it is our responsibility to work with each client and develop realistic goals for project delivery.  Today's building owners are challenged by space needs, code-compliance, energy cost considerations, etc.  Developing a new building project can seem overwhelming.  It is our job to analyze your needs, beginning with careful programming and continuing all the way through preparation of construction documents and ultimately through construction of your building project.


El Morro Theater - Gallup, NM

1992 Preservation Heritage Award


Lovelace Journal Center

1993 BOMA Medical Building of the Year

1992 AIA Award of Merit


W.R. Lovelace II Education Building

1992 Best Buildings in NM Award Sweepstakes Winner


Eugene Field Elementary School

1992 Best Building in NM Award

1990 Albuquerque Pride Award


Lovelace Medical Center Main Lobby

1990 Albuquerque Pride Award


City of Albuquerque Fire Station #18

1984 Energy Effective Building Award


Historic Preservation Plan for Taos, NM

Americal Planning Association Outstanding Planning Program Award


Albuquerque Eye Institute

2002 AGC Best Building (exterior category)


Albuquerque Urology Associates

2006 AGC Best Building (exterior category)


University of New Mexico

College of Education

2009 Southwest Builder Magazine

Best Building (Educational)


San Jose Church

2009 Southwest Builder Magazine

Best Building (Worship)


Bernalillo County South Valley Health Commons

2009 SW Builder Magazine Best Building (Healthcare)

2009 AGC Best Building ($10-20 Million)

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