Unique Projects, Personal Results
B2 Landscapes focuses on privacy, exclusivity, and personal attention to provide homeowners with one-of-a-kind features and worry-free, ongoing maintenance. This detail-oriented service for residential clients complements B2 Landscapes’ ability to design, engineer and install customized landscapes from scratch—including impressive water features, welcoming outdoor fireplaces and stately rock monuments. See our Gallery page to get an idea of what we can do for you!
Decades of Experience Come Together
Brothers Dave and Jim Boyden combine their world-class skills in design, horticulture, irrigation, and outdoor living spaces to provide affluent homeowners with a single source for luxury landscaping. No matter the size or complexity of the project, B2 Landscapes has the confidence and expertise to deliver superior results.
Dave Boyden – With an educational background in both Landscape Architecture and Spanish, Dave has worked with some of the biggest names in international golf and real estate development, including Tom Fazio and Davis Love III. His background in project management and design give him the ability to envision and conquer any size project for both commercial and high-end residential clients.
After attending the exclusive Golf Course Design Series at Harvard University, Dave designed and helped develop dozens of luxury golf courses and resort developments in the United States and Mexico, including the acclaimed Dunes Course at Diamante Cabo San Lucas. Golf Magazine quickly recognized his work and named it the Top New International Golf Course in 2011 and currently ranks it 52 on the list of the world’s top 100 golf courses.
Jim Boyden – Using his Master’s Degree in Real Estate Development from Columbia University and Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture, Jim has managed high-profile landscape and irrigation projects in Arizona, Nevada and Utah. In addition, his background in residential land development includes the acquisition and engineering of more than 4,000 lots for master-planned communities.
His long list of projects includes the irrigation system for the new Chicago Cubs Spring Training Facility, an urban fishing lake at Riverview Park in Mesa, and the expansive water features at the Palazzo and Venetian hotels in Las Vegas.