• Chama, New-Mexico Log Cabin Design & Construction Chama, New-Mexico Log Cabin Design & Construction
  • Log cabin great room Log cabin great room
  • Rustic cabin construction with stone fireplace Rustic cabin construction with stone fireplace
  • Log cabin kitchen Log cabin kitchen
  • Chama, NM log cabin entry and kitchen Chama, NM log cabin entry and kitchen
  • Log cabin porch with outdoor dining room Log cabin porch with outdoor dining room
  • Log cabin living room atrium Log cabin living room atrium
  • Guest bedroom in Chama log cabin Guest bedroom in Chama log cabin
  • Custom built bunk beds in second floor guest bedroom Custom built bunk beds in second floor guest bedroom
  • Log cabin bathroom Log cabin bathroom


Chama, New Mexico Custom Log Cabin Design & Construction

Lockwood Construction has had the opportunity to build several log structure homes and commercial buildings in Northern New Mexico. Call us to see how we can help you realize your best log cabin design and structure. Click here to see the the beautiful Costilla Lodge in Vermejo Park, New Mexico.


Featured Projects

Agave Lounge – Old House Restaurant in the Eldorado Hotel

Agave Lounge, Santa Fe, NM

This popular bar / restaurant located in the Eldorado Hotel in Santa Fe, NM is full of specialties; giant fireplace, leather wall, zinc countertops, lots of specialty items. It was a real challenge structurally, as the design removed several load-bearing walls and had to be completed in 40 days. It was!
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Santa Fe School of Cooking – Historic Building Renovation in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe School of CookingLocated in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico, in historic downtown Santa Fe, The Santa Fe School of Cooking is an internationally acclaimed, recreational culinary school and market specializing in foods of the southwest.
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Costilla Lodge – 12,000 sq. ft. Log Structure in Vermejo Park Ranch in Northern NM

The Costilla Lodge is a 12,000 sq. ft. Log Structure on the Vermejo Park Ranch in northern New Mexico. All stone and timber was harvested from the ranch property. The massive logs making up the walls have been sawn in half, in order to have a frame structure with blown-in insulation in between the logs. This project is completely “Off The Grid", 3 hours away from civilization. 
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