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.
Enhanced walkability, ADA accessibility and improved traffic movement were all part of a cohesive design Sites Southwest put together to assist engineers with this El Paso Industrial Park project. The historic Butterfield Trail provides inspiration for the colors and theme used in the design.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.