Mark Taylor is Senior Vice President and one of WestLand’s founding principals. He has been working in the field of water and wastewater utility planning, design and water policy throughout Arizona for more than 35 years. He is responsible for the marketing and development of water and wastewater master planning; water resources and water policy, major infrastructure development and design; water and wastewater treatment; and energy efficiency analysis for municipal, mining and private development clients.
His extensive professional experience includes work with large municipal and state governments, the mining industry, private development, and industrial clients throughout Arizona. He has been responsible for and involved in large municipal and mining infrastructure projects, community water regulatory requirements, new water company development, energy management and efficiency, Tribal community water development, and alternative water resources such as desalinization and recharge and recovery facilities.
Mark currently serves as a Board Member on the CAP Board of Directors, serving on the Finance, Audit and Power committee. He is the Vice Chairman for Tucson Water’s Citizen Water Advisory Committee, member of the Regional Wastewater Reclamation Advisory Committee (past Chair) and a Citizen Forum Board member for the US International Boundary and Water Commission. He is also an International Volunteer for the Water for People World Water Corps, working in South and Central America and Africa.
He is past Honorary Commander of the 43rd Electronic Combat Squadron, active member of DM50, supporter of Davis-Monthan’s Mission Strong, and member of the Military Affairs Committee of the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce.