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Ana’s goal is to create functional, sustainable spaces that are in harmony with the environment and social needs of the community. She has an inherent vision for designing esthetically pleasing spaces. Using her analytical skills, Ana investigates landscape systems with a critical eye, distilling and extracting opportunities for intervention. She extensively researches a project’s environment to create a design that responds to people’s needs. Ana believes experiencing different cultures and places helps designers better understand their work, the world and themselves. So, it’s no surprise she loves the outdoors and travel.
Ana brings outstanding design skills, cost estimating experience and construction management to Sites Southwest. Her 3-D renderings and animations will help our clients envision their projects during the concept stage. Some of Ana’s past experience includes cost estimating and quality control management at MGB Construction. She worked on a radically sustainable Taos home for the Architect Michael Reynolds, the design of Santiago Orozco bicycle station and many residential projects for Sabina Signature Design and Landscape Services. Ana has a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juarez. She is currently completing a Masters in Construction Management at the University of Texas in El Paso. Ana is also working toward certification in 2017 as a Landscape Architect in the State of Texas and is a CNU accredited professional.