Rancho Desierto Bello Park

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This neighborhood park in Horizon City, Texas is part of a planned subdivision. The park offers a playground, plaza and a sand play area in an underserved part of the city.

Open Space Enhancements (Van Buren and Louisiana Dams)

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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.

Franklin Hills Park

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Franklin Hills Park is located on the west slope of the Franklin Mountains in El Paso, Texas. This community park was designed around an existing arroyo surrounded by residential neighborhoods and an El Paso public school.

Radford Park

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Radford Park is nestled into a natural hillside just outside the southwest corner of Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. The park offers incredible bi-level views of El Paso and Juarez, Mexico. Sites Southwest led the multi-disciplinary team that designed Radford Park.

Saipan Ledo Park Pond

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The Saipan residential district is very close to the University Medical Center in El Paso, TX. City officials were concerned about residents there after a major flood in 2006. The city purchased 8 acres of flood damaged residential land and relocated its residents. In its place they installed an award winning, innovative storm water drainage pond and green space.

Hobbs Taylor Ranch Park

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Sites Southwest and Wilson & Company teamed up to provide the city of Hobbs, New Mexico with plans for the future Taylor Ranch Park. The design intent is to create an inviting, entertaining attraction for youth and families and a destination that reflects the region’s cultural and economic identity.

Riverside Vocational Park Pond

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This storm water drainage pond had long been an eyesore- fenced off and adjacent to a high school and middle school in El Paso, TX. With the help of Sites Southwest, it’s been converted into an innovative green space.