Pollard Park - 2014

Client - City of El Paso Parks and Recreation

Landscape Architect of Record Architect of Record (Phase I) - Patrick Gay, Sites Southwest

Lead Designer (Phase I) - David A. Parra

Landscape Architect of Record (Phase II) - David A. Parra

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  Pollard Park was an existing park mostly composed of walkways leading to a courtyard with flagpoles. Pollard Park Improvements was designed through the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)  with two phases for a total of almost 5 acres.


  The improvements included a handicap accessible van parking area and main entry; a newly installed playground for 2 to 5 year olds, and kids 5 to 12; designated hardscape and landscape areas; a large sod area for active recreation; and a designated maintenance entry for the newly fenced-in park. The design looked at securing the park with a custom-designed rockwall fence that would also allow the area's natural water flow to feed the landscape areas and exit during large rain events.


  Sites Southwest is the Landscape Architect of Record for this project. David A. Parra led the project design phases during his tenure there.

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