History

Simple as it may seem, the Mom’s name refers to a philosophy—a belief we hold that people matter.

Founder Jim Sweeney grew up in a home with eight siblings. You can imagine that the amount of great in the house–laughter, bickering, hustle of meals and activities. As the story goes, Jim recalls the one thing rising above the chaos was his mom’s unwavering care and strength. In her presence, he remembers always a listening ear, a devoted problem solver, and a champion for his spirit. 

In 1993, Jim founded Mom’s Landscaping with those qualities in mind. He set out to build a company that would be a champion for the human spirit. A company who would embody a relentless desire to serve others.

By building and maintaining relationships, Mom’s Landscaping grew from a couple guys with a lawn mower into the most award-winning design/build firm in the Midwest. Jim Sweeney and his business partner Craig Weckman have over three decades of experience in design and construction. Their vast knowledge in the industry and progressive vision have a proven track record. Jim and Craig credit their success to the talented, professional, and service-focused team at Mom’s whose skill and artistry are lived out every day.

 
 

Meet Our Award-Winning Team

Jim Sweeney

Founder/Senior Designer

Craig Weckman

Chief Operating Officer

Becca Bastyr

Senior Designer

Heather Grossmann

Senior Designer

Karie Zemlicka

Director of Remodeling, Interior Designer

Meghan Kagigebi

Director of Business Development

Matt Tonak

Director of Marketing

Kyle Boucher

Project Manager

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Matt Klein

Project Manager

Leah Frye

Property Manager

Luke Walford

Property Manager

Becky Datzov

Office Manager 

Jeff Grubb

Operations Manager

 

 
 
 

Mission Statement

"To serve people through the fusion of anthropology, horticulture, and architecture, in order to discover, create, and enhance distinctive places."

Core Values

 
 
  • People Matter
  • Show Up and Give a $#!t
  • Respect
  • Be Grateful and Positive
  • Prepare and Adapt
  • Make a Better Tomorrow