Life at WestLand is always interesting!
WestLand was part of this first-of-its-kind intensive nine-day Tribal Monitor Training which was designed to train tribal members to work as specialized crews that identify and record traditional cultural places using a combination of traditional knowledge and modern archaeological techniques. Click here to read the full article.
WestLand is pleased to introduce our two newest Associates, Amanda Best and Rebecca Lowy. These dynamic individuals are the most recent additions to the ownership team at WestLand, and we are thrilled to have them as shareholders in the firm. Amanda joined WestLand in 2001 and has managed numerous large-scale projects with various environmental permitting […]
WestLand is proud to announce that Chuck Powell has been named the Chairperson Volunteer of the Year by the Arizona Geographic Information Council in recognition of his dedication to promoting geospatial technology to enrich the lives of others. For the past four years, Chuck has been a Geomentor, working with students ranging from kindergarten-age through […]
WestLand is pleased to announce the opening of our newest office in Ft. Defiance, Arizona. This office will enable WestLand to better serve our expanding Northern Arizona client base. The Ft. Defiance office is located at 618 Kit Carson Drive, above the Hummingbird Canteen at the Episcopal Church complex, very close to Window Rock near […]
WestLand is pleased to congratulate Cannon Daughtrey, Field Director in our Archaeology Department, on being named a winner of the 2016 Tucson Pima County Historical Commission Historic Preservation Award for her contributions to the “The Tucson Community Center (TCC) Plaza Documentation and Stewardship Planning” project. Cannon was among a group of preservationists, students, and professionals […]
WestLand is pleased to congratulate Mark F. Taylor, PE who was appointed by Governor Ducey to the Central Arizona Project Board of Directors to represent Pima County. Mr. Taylor is one of WestLand’s founding partners; he graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering and earned his MBA, both from the University of Arizona. His term […]
Since our founding in 1997, ownership in WestLand Resources, Inc. has been exclusively held by a small group of shareholders. To create an organization with the capacity to be multi-generational, there must be a bridging mechanism for ownership. Continuing to look toward the future, WestLand announces the appointment of four Principals and seven Associates to […]
Bruce Larson, PE, has joined the ownership team as the newest Partner at WestLand Resources, Inc., a leading, Arizona-grown Engineering and Environmental service provider. Bruce also leads WestLand’s Land Development Sector, which provides civil engineering services for residential and commercial development projects throughout Arizona. He is a recognized industry leader with 27 years of experience […]
To protect a lesser long-nosed bat post-maternity roost, the National Park Service installed bat-compatible gates on the entrances to the abandoned State of Texas Mine within Coronado National Memorial in southeastern Arizona. Video camcorder surveys performed during peak occupation of this roost examined colony size, gate-induced injury or mortality, and bat exit rates. The findings […]
WRI Construction and WestLand were asked by the Miraval Resort in Tucson to design and build a 50,000 gallons per day (gpd) wastewater reclamation facility (WRF) that would allow the resort to expand. The resort’s goals for the WRF were: Produce A+ quality reclaimed water for reuse for landscape irrigation. A+ means that, besides the […]