Mariposa Village Center

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The first phase of Mariposa encompassed over 35 acres of native landscaped streets and trails. Over 30 acres of additional parks–including a future 24-acre regional recreation facility–were also in phase one. Sites Southwest served as landscape architects and designers for the project.

Albuquerque BioPark Projects

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Sites Southwest worked as part of a large consultant team producing a master plan for what has become a centerpiece for Albuquerque’s Rio Grande Recreational Development.

Riverside Vocational Park Pond

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This storm water drainage pond had long been an eyesore- fenced off and adjacent to a high school and middle school in El Paso, TX. With the help of Sites Southwest, it’s been converted into an innovative green space.

High Desert Community, Various Projects

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This 1,000-acre parcel in Albuquerque, New Mexico encompasses about 2,300 dwelling units built over about 14 years. At the completion of each phase, parks were installed, streetscapes and trails designed/constructed and open space enhanced. Sites Southwest assisted in the development of the approved plant list and landscape revegetation guidelines, participated in the community review committee and designed landscape and irrigation for many projects.