Sites Southwest created a master plan for the district and re-designed Tiguex Park. This winning combination along with excellent landscape design has proved to be a great success story for a much beloved Albuquerque park.
Las Cruces City Hall
Sites Southwest returned to downtown Las Cruces to serve as Landscape Architects for the new city hall. This project was an extension of Sites previous revitalization and master plan for the city’s Main Street area.
Explora Science Center and Children’s Museum
Explora is a premier attraction within Albuquerque’s Old Town museum district. The Sites Southwest team surrounded this fun place to learn with landscape that was not only fitting but provides a teaching moment or two itself.
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.
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.
East Downtown Albuquerque (EDO)
The EDO Project incorporated New Urbanist thinking into revitalization of Central Avenue and Broadway Boulevard just east of downtown Albuquerque.
Butterfield Trail Golf Course Entrance
With its historic importance and connections to El Paso, Fort Bliss and the El Paso Airport, The Butterfield Trail Golf Club and Resort is a destination golf club that’s an incredible asset to El Paso and the surrounding region.
Ashley Pond Park
In 2011,Los Alamos County Commissioned Sites Southwest to develop plans for the rehabilitation of Ashley Pond Park, a long time central park and previous important amenity for the Los Alamos Ranch School.
Bachechi Open Space
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.