Evans Weaver began designing and building at a very young age while
aspiring to pursue design and construction as a life career. Evans
attended the University of Houston College of Architecture and
graduated in December of 1976. Prior
to graduating from college and for the last 35 years Evans Weaver
has personally designed, master planned and constructed hundreds of
award worthy projects from 150 to 500 lot subdivisions, residential
villages, small shopping centers, landscapes, hardscapes, water
features and absolutely astounding outside living and dining areas
in California and Texas.
Evans Weaver is an artist in many ways…sketching with pencil and
then constructing his vision with the assistance of artisans who
have worked with Evans for over 20 years. The
result has always been beautiful finished “works of art.”
Evans Weaver’s designs are absolutely beautiful – some photos of
which are displayed herein.
10 years ago Evans Weaver began designing and building decorative
iron doors, fences, gates, balconies, railings and kitchen accents,
again all designs and products worthy of awards. Evans
Weaver formed a decorative iron company, Mediterrania Iron.
Mediterrania Iron and Evans Weaver have designed, constructed and
installed hundreds of decorative iron products in the last ten
years, also displayed herein.
Mediterrania Iron has recently opened a new factory in West Austin
which is now custom designing, constructing and installing beautiful
products all over Austin and the Hill Country.
Evans Weaver and Mediterrania Iron are planning to market ranch and
residence gates and other decorative iron products all over the
United States, having already designed and constructed balconies
that were shipped to New Orleans and Beverly Hills.
Evans Weaver has also formed Weaver Creative, which is growing
rapidly into a very respected and recognized design and install
Landscape Company in Travis County, Texas.
Evans Weaver, Weaver Creative and Mediterrania Inc. are aspiring to
provide award worthy products to their clients, swiftly and