Ty Sisco, RLA, LI, is an Associate and a member of Parkhill’s Landscape Architecture and Planning Sector. His experience includes extensive work in the planning of athletic facilities, parks, and low-water-use landscapes. Sisco is dedicated to the profession of landscape architecture, has held the positions of president and treasurer for the West Texas American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) chapter, and formerly served on the City of Midland Parks and Recreation Commission. As a registered landscape architect and licensed irrigator, Sisco has been involved in over 25 athletic field projects and 30 educational facility projects throughout West Texas, including Texas Tech University, Lubbock Cooper ISD, Lubbock ISD, El Paso ISD, Midland ISD, the City of El Paso and the City of Big Spring.

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