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February 2015
Bandelier National Monument Utility Upgrade
Los Alamos, New Mexico

Heritage Landscapes is developing construction documents as part of the Louis Berger team to replace primary electrical systems at the Bandelier National Monument south of Los Alamos, New Mexico.  Within the 33,677-acre protected area, the project site for utility upgrades constitutes the largest Civilian Conservation Corps National Landmark District within the National Park Service system. The designed landscape and 31 buildings reflects the National Park Service Rustic style of architecture from the 1920s and 1930s.  These highly significant cultural resources require precision in the design development and construction documentation phases of all landscape related work. The critical role of Heritage Landscapes focuses on the preservation and restoration of steep site topography, fragile soils, historic masonry, and native plantings while providing the surface and underground utilities necessary for the continued use of these national treasures. 

Bandalier National Park displays steep topography throughout the project site.

Heritage Landscapes has developed landscape plans and construction drawings for the project. This displays the current landscape and recommendations for the site.

Technicians work to update electrical service at the national park.