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Albuquerque Landscape Design

Landscape Design / June 13, 2017

Dekker/Perich/Sabatini completed numerous on-call landscape architecture projects for the City of Albuquerque beginning in 2009. D/P/S landscape architects and designers worked closely with city staff to scope and estimate each project from design through construction of parks, medians, and wayfinding programs.

As part of landscape services provided, the team prepared design alternatives, led presentations for public input, and created working drawings. D/P/S also coordinated playground and irrigation audits, testing, and stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) services as required for each project and facilitated approvals from city design committees and the building department.

The majority of projects were designed per City of Albuquerque standards, had a relatively short turn-around time from design to construction, and were constructed by city or on-call construction crews.

  • Wells Park Splash Park: design and construction documentation; new splash park at existing community center.
  • Ridgeview Park: design and construction documentation; new neighborhood park, playground, and field.
  • Chantilly Park: design and construction documentation; new playground in an existing park.
  • Rancho Encantado: design and construction documentation; new neighborhood park, playground, and field.
  • Park Hill: design and construction documentation; new neighborhood park and playground.
  • Canine Skyline Dog Park: design and construction documentation; new dog park.
  • Taylor Ranch Medians: design and construction documentation; new median landscaping.
  • Kirtland Park Stage: planning, design and construction documentation; new stage in an existing park.
  • Cedar Ridge Park Accessibility: design; ADA compliant ramp at multi-purpose field and detention basin.
  • Grisham Park Improvements: design and construction documentation; shade structure and lighting in an existing park.

Source: www.dpsdesign.org