Paso Del Norte Academy

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Paso del Norte Academy was in need of additional parking, lighting, site furnishings, landscaping and irrigation improvements around one of their El Paso, Texas campuses. The school contracted Sites Southwest to give site analysis and design options.

Montwood Medians

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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.

Aldea El Paso

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Aldea, El Paso is a 250 Master Planned New Urbanist Community in the city’s northwest sector. It’s located near the dramatic backdrop of the Franklin Mountains and beautiful Chihuahuan Desert. Sites Southwest, working with the owners and Moule & Polyzoides Urbanists, developed a plan for the residential and commercial center in a community well attuned to the desert environment.

Pavilions Shopping Center

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Designing a master landscaping plan for this 20-acre shopping center at I-40 and San Mateo Boulevard in Albuquerque, New Mexico was no easy task. The process entailed addressing all of the practices and requirements of Albuquerque’s Development Review Board, meeting the immediate needs of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority and observing New Mexico Department of Transportation traffic regulations.

Hahn Arroyo Master Plan and Design

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Sites Southwest teamed with Smith Engineering for the design and rebuild of the Hahn. The primary purpose of the project was to replace the drainage lining while addressing water quality.

Black Arroyo Wildlife Park

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The Black Arroyo Wildlife Park not only provides flood control, but serves as a respite and educational venue for residents, students, workers and other visitors.

Bachechi Open Space

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The Bachechi Open Space Park is perhaps one of Albuquerque’s most beloved facilities– enjoyed by pedestrians, bicyclists, hikers, equestrians and nature lovers alike. It’s the gateway to 21 miles of Bosque and the Rio Grande Valley State Park.