Great Western Landscape's Services
Design Build/Design Assist
Great Western Landscape understands what it takes to design beautiful and functional outdoor living spaces. We believe that the design-build/design-assist method of construction creates incredible value and satisfaction for our clients as they assume a hands-on role on the design team. The Design Build/Design Assist model allows us to effectively showcase our extensive experience throughout the conceptual phases of the project while offering sufficient flexibility to design around schedules, budgets, and changes in taste.
Landscape Design and Construction
Great Western Landscape recognizes the importance of designing and building quality and sustainable landscapes. Since 1997, we have worked hand in hand with Architects, Commercial and Residential Contractors, Homeowners, and City and State agencies throughout the Intermountain States to deliver beautiful landscape packages totaling over $150 million dollars in contracted work. Our staff goes to great lengths to ensure construction excellence and customer satisfaction in order to maintain the integrity and design elements of our projects. Our attention to detail and ability to effectively and clearly communicate throughout the design and installation phases of construction, sets us apart as the Intermountain States preferred landscape contractor.
Sustainability & Water Conservation
The unpredictable climate throughout the region can be a challenge to the sustainability and efficiency of landscape planting and irrigation systems. We have on staff Certified Irrigation Contractors (CIC), Certified Irrigation Technicians (CIT), and Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditors (CLIA) to ensure that Great Western Landscape's construction practices reflect the level of commitment to the strict and efficient water management principles that should be demonstrated by the industry leader. We regularly perform water audits and provide maintenance recommendations to our clients so they can manage the overall irrigation and water use of their properties while maintaining irrigation uniformity and efficiency.