New Mexico Underground Contractors

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(505) 877-2300

6201 Industry Way SE
Albuquerque, NM 87105
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Premier Businesses in Albuquerque, NM

Southwest Sewer Service Inc.
  • • Industrial & Commercial High Pressure Sewer Cleaning
  • • Free Consultation & Competitive Prices
  • • Sewer Mains & Lines
(505) 865-5385
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Banks Electric
  • • Lighting Service Repair
  • • Installation, Repair & Troubleshooting
  • • Panel & Service Upgrades
(505) 831-1532
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Roc La Lu Automotive Repair
  • • Auto Electrical & Electronic Repair & Services
  • • Import & Domestic Automotive Services
  • • ASE Certified Technicians
(505) 255-0310
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Four Star Mechanical Services, Inc.
  • • Heating System Repair & Installation
  • • Furnace & Boiler Installation & Repair
  • • Radiant Heat Systems
(505) 890-4200
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Things To Do in Albuquerque, NM

Sandia AmphitheaterSandia Amphitheater

Santana sold out at the Sandia Amphitheater, home to most exciting live concerts happening at the Sandia Casino. Take a seat, relax and enjoy the majestic views of the Sandia Mountains, while you watch live entertainment under a blanket of stars with 4,000 other concert goers.

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Sandia Peak Ski & TramwaySandia Peak Ski & Tramway

Reach high up in the sky on the Sandia Peak Ski & Tramway in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This attraction is the world's longest aerial tram ride, taking visitors 2.7 miles to the 10,000-foot peak of the Sandia Mountains. The mountain top sports world class skiing and snowboarding, an observation deck with panoramic views and two restaurants.

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ABQ BioPark Botanic GardenABQ BioPark Botanic Garden

Nature lovers, discover the outdoor beauty of the city and spring up at the ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden in Albuquerque. Stroll along the 36 acres of gardens and conservations that include the Sasebo Japanese Garden with waterfalls, koi pond and Japanese plants, and the Desert Conservation with saguaro cactus and palo verde trees from the Sonoran Desert.

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