FNI developed the master plan for Wranglers Range Park, which is nestled between a new Frisco ISD School, single- and multi-family housing, and the Phillips Creek Ranch Amenity Center. The plan places the active uses in the center of the park along the Flat Top Ranch Road and future residential road axis. As visitors move away from the central active area, the park becomes more passive, with open play areas, grass berms, and a lawn for picnicking, gathering and enjoying the outdoors.
The park features a dry creek path with bioswale planting area. During rain events, the bioswale will slow water down and will allow sediments to settle before exiting the site.
The neighborhood park will respond to the developments on all sides of the park with materials and finishes that blend with the surrounding areas. The wide pedestrian walkways allow for safe circulation along the perimeter of the park with connections to all of the active and passive uses within the park. Design and construction includes a pavilion, playground, multi-use court, parking area, trails, open play areas, exercise stations, security lighting, site furnishings, park signage, and landscaping and irrigation.
The scope of services includes landscape architecture, water-conserving irrigation system, drought-tolerant landscaping, site development and grading, civil, electrical, structural, and bid and construction administration services.