RSI’s New Mexico office is located in downtown Albuquerque along historic Route 66. Best known for their annual hot air balloon fiesta, the largest in the United States, the filming location of Breaking Bad, and Atomic Age scientific research, Albuquerque provides a picturesque high-altitude setting for our technology workforce.
The city is nestled in the Rio Grande Valley and bordered by majestic desert plateaus and snow capped mountains. Embracing Albuquerque’s rich history and diverse culture, RSI renovated a feature rich building in the downtown core of the city that is registered with the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1951 for the Southern Union Gas Company, the building was one of the earliest international style buildings in the city and was most recently occupied by the Flying Star restaurant. The building was built by famed local architect John Gaw Meem. The eclectic décor compliments RSI’s innovative approach of developing local technology talent to serve clients nationwide.
You say Albuquerque? We say, collaborative, dynamic, and driving distance to the largest burrito you’ve ever seen (no really). Culture at RSI is unlike any other. Whether it’s contributing to the Pac Man Motif, participating in “Trash Tuesday’s,” or walking the bike trail during lunch, there is never a shortage of community. With a volunteer-minded and team oriented environment, Albuquerque is nothing short of vibrant colleagues who pride themselves on living out RSI’s Core Values. So throw on your favorite pair of jeans and come join the cool kids in our newest Development Center.