SSP is involved in all aspects of environmental design, planning and management. We see planning and policy-making, environmental analysis, physical design and implementation as a continuum of related professional activities. Through appropriate application of our profession, we strive to improve the quality of the relationship between people and their environment.
SSP's design philosophy responds to both the natural and built environment. This includes basing design solutions on sound research of cultural traditions affecting land use, such as vernacular styles of architecture and historical motifs. Once identified, these elements can be incorporated into design concepts with the aim of capturing and appropriate landscape character. Sensitivity to environmental and cultural attributes is also necessary to achieve client/user acceptance. We recognize that residential and commercial projects need to satisfy the demands of owners, patrons and staff as well as provide guests and visitors the opportunity to experience the Rio Grande Valley's unique sense of place in a comfortable and enjoyable setting. Therefore, preservation, enhancement and creation of landscape character suitable to the individual site and regional context is a critical landscape planning and design objective.
-Landscape Planning and Design
-Water Feature Plans
-Landscape Lighting Plans
-Building Permit Plans
-Mitigation/Vegetation Protection Plans
Brownsville, McAllen, Edinburg, Mission, Sharyland, Weslaco, Harlingen, South Padre Island, Los Fresnos, Laguna Vista, San Benito
-Member American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
-Member Texas Nursery & Landscape Association (TNLA)