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Molzen Corbin Recognized by Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce
L-R: Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce President, Del Archuleta, Past President, and Executive Director

Molzen Corbin was honored to receive the Amigo Award from the Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce. This award is presented to an individual or business that has become recognized throughout the state and nation as presenting a positive, friendly image of Belen and Valencia County. 

Molzen Corbin has a rich history with the City of Belen.  In fact, Belen’s wastewater system was the first project the Company was awarded in 1960.  President and Owner Adelmo Archuleta, along with other corporate officers, were honored to accept the award on the Company’s behalf and thanked the City of Belen for recognizing our commitment to the community and fostering a relationship that has spanned over fifty years.  Molzen Corbin measures our success by the on-going relationships we develop with our clients.

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Molzen Corbin Continues Legacy of Community Involvement
President and Owner Del Archuleta

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (May 23, 2017) – The leaders of Molzen Corbin have established a rich legacy of community involvement and continue to play an active role serving the state of New Mexico. President and Owner Del Archuleta has championed the company’s core values by actively serving on numerous boards, striving to improve our State, utilizing his engineering experience while serving as an advocate for educational reform.

Archuleta has recently been appointed to serve on the board of the New Mexico Gas Company (NMGC). This community-based board is comprised of six local leaders who will oversee the quality of service provided to NMGC customers. The NMGC is a subsidiary of Emera, Inc., an energy and services company headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. “It is an honor and privilege to have been selected to serve on the NMGC Board,” states Archuleta. “Molzen Corbin is a home-grown organization, serving the public throughout New Mexico for over fifty seven years and we believe it is our responsibility to actively give back to our community.”

Archuleta has an extensive legacy of public service to our State, serving on a multitude of public and private boards such as the Public Service Company of New Mexico, Presbyterian Healthcare Services, Chairman of the State Board of Education, three-time Chair of the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, and the New Mexico State University Board of Regents, his alma mater. He is currently serving on the boards of the New Mexico State Board of Finance, New Mexico Mutual, and the Bank of Albuquerque.

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2017 Double Eagle Aviation Adventure a Success
L-R: Jessica Rivas, Jay Ashbacher, Jane Lucero, and Kent Freier

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (June 12, 2017) – The Double Eagle Aviation Adventure (DEAA) is an annual summer camp for teens to learn about aviation and career opportunities in engineering.  For a week, they get to be pilots and learn about wind, instruments, density altitude and other aspects of flying.  It is also an effort to engage our youth, not only to get them interested in flying, but to encourage careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Each year, Molzen Corbin sends two of our Engineer Interns, and one of our “veteran” engineers with Jane Lucero from NMDOT Aviation, to make a presentation about New Mexico’s airports.  Our presentation illustrates to these teens that the career possibilities are endless.  We attempt to show them what a real life engineer does on a daily basis, not just in airports, but in all aspects of engineering, and how engineers make a difference in the world.

Electrical engineer, Jessica Rivas, along with civil engineers, Jay Ashbacher and Kent Freier have participated in this camp for many years.  Molzen Corbin is committed to our youth and their future and we strive to share our knowledge at youth events, such as the DEAA, to encourage our teens to stay involved in STEM and to learn that the sky’s the limit!

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