Stormcloud Water Park and Playground, Dog Park, and Athletic Park
Bosque Open Space Endangered Species Restoration and Management Plan
Community is an important part of maintaining a sustainable place. Essential to this projects success was the trusted relationship between the stakeholders: The Citizens Community of Martineztown, The City of Albuquerque, The Sisters of Charity, a local artist and the Landscape Architect, Jill Brown.
Contracted for $804,000 (within 3% of the construction estimate) this project accrued less than 1% in change orders. Project success is seen in its quality of design collaboration, construction, and management. The communities history is celebrated with a commemorative sculpture and a bronze relief that encircles the water feature.
Martineztown Park is a lively community park providing places for events, active play and passive meditation.
NM 14 Madrid to Santa Fe
High Desert Water Kiva Park
Sculpture at The Petroglyphs
Signage at The Petroglyphs
Colored concrete at park
Sundial at park
Adobe wall and poetry at Martineztown Park.
Sculpture and water feature at Martineztown Park.
Water Kiva Park
Entrance Gateway in the Bosque.
Signage at Bosque Open Space.
Artists relief at Martineztown Park