Project VIDA’s clinic, wellness center and administration building provide much needed services in an economically depressed area where outdoor spaces are at a premium. Sites Southwest’s challenge was to create some additional outdoor space for the community that also met the clinic needs.
Sites Southwest provided the campus landscape plan and design for this ambitious science application campus in Albuquerque, New Mexico, intended to attract the nation’s best minds and visiting international dignitaries.
Sites Southwest was part of the design team for a new high school in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, serving 2500 students, faculty and staff. The overall goal was to make the school a LEED Silver certified building incorporating green techniques.
The New Mexico Court of Appeals Building on the UNM campus in Albuquerque is a sustainably designed, LEED certified building and landscape. The building exhibits pure functionality in its use of sustainable materials, water harvesting and a green roof.