- Columbia Elementary School is a thirty eight Classroom Elementary School with offices, a library, and cafeteria. Columbia Elementary was built on a compressed schedule of nine months to accommodate the start of school.
- Wooton Hall, also known as USDA, is a two story building with 25,000 square feet of offices and Laboratories. This United States Department of Agriculture building is located on the campus of New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
- The NMSU Engineering Complex III consists of 95,000 square feet of office, classroom and laboratory space. The project connected Engineering Complex I, which was also built by Wooten Construction, and Engineering Complex II.
- The NMSU Swimming Pool project consisted of the demolition of the existing exterior pool, which was replaced by a new fifty meter waveless competition pool. The project also included the demolition of the interior pool skimmer system, which was replaced by a wave less gutter system.
- Field of Dreams is a 13,000 seat multi use stadium. The project was built in two phases and includes four concession stands, four restroom buildings, and a 12,000 square foot field house. This field is used for ALL the local high school football and track events.
- The Dona Ana County Government Center is a two story complex consisting of 156,000 square feet. The Center houses the majority of County Offices including the County Manager, Clerk, Assessor, and Sheriff’s Department. Building Systems included complete data, telecomm, fiber optics, and building access control.
- The Magistrate Court project includes six court rooms, judges chambers, expanded clerk space, high density file storage, temporary holding cells, and state of the art infrastructure. The building is 41,500 square feet, and has been designed to accommodate expansion to double its capacity.
- The Barnes & Noble at NMSU project will be a multi-story 45,000 square foot building. The Bookstore will house the first escalator in Las Cruces, as well as the first Apple Computer Store in Southern New Mexico. There will be an outdoor café, space for two retail stores, and the University plans on having a few public offices for student affairs.