Sites Southwest played an integral role in this premier project implementing the City of El Paso Trail and Open Space initiative. Leading a multi-disciplinary team, Sites created a unique custom design for the Van Buren and Louisiana storm water dam sites.
The NM 14 highway project involved the reconstruction of a 10-mile stretch of National Scenic Byway between Madrid and Santa Fe, New Mexico. The collaborative effort included Sites Southwest, consulting engineering firm Parsons Brinkerhoff, New Mexico Department of Transportation and the Madrid and Cerrillos Citizens Advisory Committee.
This Reconnaissance Study is the first phase of a comprehensive program to revitalize the river as it winds through Albuquerque. The goal is to restore the river’s bosque to an ecologically sustainable and natural environment that will provide exceptional visual, recreational and interpretive opportunities to its visitors.
This 1,000-acre parcel in Albuquerque, New Mexico encompasses about 2,300 dwelling units built over about 14 years. At the completion of each phase, parks were installed, streetscapes and trails designed/constructed and open space enhanced. Sites Southwest assisted in the development of the approved plant list and landscape revegetation guidelines, participated in the community review committee and designed landscape and irrigation for many projects.