Marshall Park Case Study
Eunice, New Mexico is a small but growing community that was first settled in 1908. Since then, it has continued to develop to better serve its residents and visitors. With an estimated population of 2,600, it features many businesses, restaurants, and a community park among other amenities. After decades without any significant upgrades, the City of Eunice completely renovated their only city park. Having a 12-year relationship with the city, MRWM Landscape Architects was chosen in 2012 to design a new plan for Marshall Park. Part of their plan included outfitting the park with new shelters and site furnishings. Based on MRWM’s recommendation, the city chose to partner with PLAY! New Mexico, local representatives for SRP Shelter, because of their reputation and custom product selection.
In this case study:
- How picnic pavilions and picnic tables by SRP Shelter transformed this city park
- Why this landscape architect has always used Superior shelter
- How PLAY! New Mexico was a big part of the success of this project