PSC partnered with award-winning Schrickel, Rollins and Associates, a well-known civil engineering and landscape architecture firm, to master plan the site. Since then, the two firms have merged. The City of El Paso selected SRA to provide master planning for the park, detailed design of the recreation facilities and landscape development. PSC provided site planning and design services to develop a conceptual site plan that would satisfy arroyo advocates as well as hikers and bikers thirsty for new trails, and that would be a beneficial use of precious open space. The trails were left in their original state to preserve the plant life and wildlife found within the Mulberry Reservoir.