Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.

Services Provided
Design services, Construction Services,

Areas Served
Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Woodside, Portola Valley, Hillsborough, Los Altos, San Francisco, Atherton, Los Gatos

Business Description
Since 1992 Keith Willig Landscape Architecture and Construction has designed and built residential landscapes for Bay Area clients from Hillsborough to Carmel. Principal Keith Willig believes as his clients do, that successful use of land surrounding a home extends the available space in which a family lives, plays and works. Willig creates landscapes that combine functionality, respect for the environment and distinct visual appeal.

Keith Willig’s firm is one of the few dedicated to residential projects, licensed in both landscape architecture and construction. Most clients select the firm for both design and build services.

Keith Willig brings the value of combined design and construction expertise to each project. As a licensed landscape architect, Willig follows a proven professional process that includes research, design development, preliminary design and construction drawings. As a licensed landscape contractor, he ensures the integrity of the design through personal selection of materials and site supervision of each project.
Peninsula Premier Landscape Architect
Keith Willig 
885 Santa Cruz Avenue, Suite D
Menlo Park, CA 94025 
(650) 326-2293 
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