Media and local and state political dignitaries attended the Enterprise Center’s grand opening event, April 17, 2009.
The Living Wall at the WESST Enterprise Center stands 24′ high and 17′ wide and is the only wall of its kind in the U.S. west of the Mississippi.
The Living Wall is a living, natural ecosytem that helps improve the indoor air quality in the Enterprise Center at a fraction of the energy costs of traditional air handling systems.
A close-up of the diverse selection of tropical plants growing hydroponically in the energy-efficient Living Wall air purification system.
Looking south toward downtown Albuquerque from the second floor of the WESST Enterprise Center atrium.
A view of the WESST Enterprise Center at night showing the passive solar atrium/lobby with the Living Wall as its focal point.
Enterprise Center members receive operational support and resources including reception and administrative services.
The donor wall at the Enterprise Center helps us acknowledge the support we receive from a variety of sources including government, foundation, corporate, and individual support.
The Enterprise Center is designed to fast-track emerging enterprises by offering support through the critical early stages of development.
Enterprise Center members benefit from direct access to hands-on intensive business support from loan experts, specialized business consultants, and fellow entrepreneurs.
The Enterprise Center features light manufacturing spaces with direct access to shipping and receiving vehicles.
The WESST Enterprise Center helps nurture the small businesses that will drive New Mexico’s future job creation and economic health.