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Conceptual Design Plan for Your Business

Create a schematic design plan for your landscape makeover.

Our design professionals will meet with you on site for a consultation to answer all your questions, identify hidden opportunities, and propose time and money saving strategies. Our expert designers will masterfully blend water-harvesting features, native pollinator-friendly gardens, and artistic and practical landscape features. Your plan will be a roadmap to a step-by-step transformation of your landscape and will include a detailed water budget to help you meet your water demands with on-site renewable water sources.

What you will receive
  • On-site consultation at your property
  • Landscape plan
  • Summary of prioritized recommendations
  • List of local contractors
  • Materials reference sheet
Begin your landscape transformation today. Request our design and project manager services here.Click here to view a portfolio of our landscape designs and installations.

Business Design Staff

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Catlow Shipek
Catlow Shipek
Sr. Program Director

Catlow Shipek, a founding member of WMG, is a Water Harvesting Certification instructor, and avid practitioner who blends a practical resource management approach with an eye for design. Catlow has over 15 years of field experience ranging from erosion control and arroyo restoration with ranchers, to a decade of water harvesting design and project implementation in urban watersheds, to community-scale water resource planning, policy, and conservation incentives. Catlow assisted in the development of City of Tucson’s Green Streets Policy and Tucson Water’s Rainwater Harvesting Incentive program. He has served on numerous advisory committees including Tucson Water’s Citizen’s Water Advisory Committee and was the Chair of the Conservation and Education subcommittee; served as a member of the Conservation Effluent Pool Taskforce to identify and select project sites best suited to receive treated effluent to benefit wildlife habitat and the community; participated in the City of Tucson 2010 residential greywater ordinance revision; and currently serves on the Complete Streets Coordinating Council following the 2019 passage of the Complete Streets Policy led by Living Streets Alliance for the City of Tucson.