Sites Southwest played an integral role in this premier project implementing the City of El Paso Trail and Open Space initiative. Leading a multi-disciplinary team, Sites created a unique custom design for the Van Buren and Louisiana storm water dam sites.
Visitors traveling to and from Mexico over the Stanton Bridge in El Paso, Texas have a new place to rest and gather. Sites Southwest worked with WhPacific providing urban design and landscape architectural services for the Stanton Bridge improvement project.
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.
Franklin Hills Park is located on the west slope of the Franklin Mountains in El Paso, Texas. This community park was designed around an existing arroyo surrounded by residential neighborhoods and an El Paso public school.
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.
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.