Enhanced walkability, ADA accessibility and improved traffic movement were all part of a cohesive design Sites Southwest put together to assist engineers with this El Paso Industrial Park project. The historic Butterfield Trail provides inspiration for the colors and theme used in the design.
A stretch of Montwood Drive in El Paso was undergoing major changes. Sites Southwest was called in for landscape and irrigation design support to keep this high profile part of the roadway looking good.
Leading a multi-disciplinary team, Sites Southwest conceived an attractive and colorful median design with water harvesting capabilities and lighting for this high profile El Paso street.
Los Lunas Transportation Center Master Plan and Design
Phase II of the Transportation Center Improvements focuses on creating a town center for the Village of Los Lunas. The site design provides three unique spaces: North Plaza, Courtyard and South Plaza drop-off.
New Mexico North 14 Plan and Design
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.
12th and Indian School Roundabout
Sites Southwest served as Landscape Architect for the 12th St. Streetscape and Menaul Extension Roundabout and Streetscape project for the City of Albuquerque.
Fort Bliss Corridors Aesthetics Master Plan
The corridor surrounding and providing access to Ft. Bliss in El Paso, Texas should not only be useful, but nice to view. That was Dannenbaum Engineering Corporation and TXDOT’s mission when they tasked Sites Southwest with putting together an Aesthetics Master Plan for the project.
Los Ranchos 4th Street Revitalization
The 4th Street Revitalization of the Village of Los Ranchos will transform the corridor into an economic and civic hub for this small municipality in Bernalillo County’s North Valley.
San Mateo Interchange Aesthetics Design
The San Mateo and I-40 Interchange is unique in that it has the Albuquerque storm water diversion channel dividing east and westbound I-40 Traffic. San Mateo forms a bridge over the channel. This ephemeral waterway and the growing consciousness of water in the southwest was one of the inspirations for the project’s aesthetic design.
East Downtown Albuquerque (EDO)
The EDO Project incorporated New Urbanist thinking into revitalization of Central Avenue and Broadway Boulevard just east of downtown Albuquerque.
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