Commercial Landscape Galleries
This mixed use planned community offers impressive entry features, community walking gathering points, and a contemporary landscape design softened by the use of sod turf and water features.
For almost 10 years the Hoffmantown congregation had been working to implement the installation of what is now called “Mission Field” on a 9-acre piece of land adjacent to the church.
The Risen Savior Catholic church has three buildings, built in different decades. With removal of landscaping, sidewalks, irrigation, concrete channel drains, the Hilltop created an outdoor prayer garden.
Native and established plant material were used to provide a flowing and tranquil entrance in to the new facility. Boulders and large stones were strategically placed for slope stabilization as well as interest.
The mixed use, planned community Cabezon Subdivision in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, offers City parks, a community walking park, streetscaping, athletic fields, a community center, and commercial tracts.
This three-story building for the USDA Forest Service, in Journal Center 2 in Albuquerque, was designed with the community’s overall design guidelines and plant list in mind.