Albuquerque GI/LID Standard Details

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The purpose of this project was to develop standard details for green infrastructure and low impact development strategies that could be incorporated into the Design Process Manual for the City of Albuquerque. The 14 details range from highly urban interventions such as storm water planter boxes and curb extension retrofits to non-urban interventions such as contour swales and Zuni bowls.

University of New Mexico, Rio Rancho Campus

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Sites Southwest, in association with Ayers Saint Gross Architects, provided Master Planning for a new campus for the University of New Mexico in Rio Rancho. The project’s intent was to marry “Town and Gown,” developing a fully integrated campus and downtown.

Raton Downtown Master Plan and MRA Plan

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The City of Raton and Raton MainStreet contracted with Sites Southwest to prepare a Downtown Master Plan/MRA Plan, including a designation report for the MRA. Sites Southwest conducted a public workshop with downtown stakeholders and personally surveyed downtown businesses to identify assets and confirm improvements the community wanted.