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Bob focuses strongly on ecologically responsible design practices. He enjoys the challenge of finding inventive, yet practical solutions to vexing design problems. Specializing in creating and enhancing recreational corridors, Bob has developed a regional expertise in the planning and design of multi-use trails and bikeways, as well as arroyo stabilization and stream restoration – often in combination. He also works on arroyo stabilization and stream restoration. Bob promotes Low-Impact Development (LID) techniques and biome-specific planting design.
Prior to joining Sites Southwest, Bob spent the majority of his career working closely with civil engineers. He combines his strong technical understanding with a designer’s creativity and sensitivity. For 30+ years, Bob has planned and designed over 180 miles of urban, rural, and backcountry trails in Pennsylvania , Texas and New Mexico. Projects include: restoring and stabilizing more than four miles of the Santa Fe River, implementing Complete Streets concepts for nearly two miles of streetscape frontage and designing numerous parks and recreational facilities from Angel Fire to Hobbs. Bob has a Masters in Community and Regional Planning from the University of New Mexico and a Bachelors in Landscape Architecture from Michigan State University.