I'd like to thank you for hosting CU Denver Students at the Colorado Hardscapes' Design Center. For students pursuing their master's degree in landscape architecture, learning about the properties and possibilities of materials, such as concrete, is a fundamental part of their education. You are always very generous in sharing your time and knowledge of your craft.
The demonstration on how to pour, create joints, and color concrete is always memorable for the students. But what really excites us as designers is being able to see and touch the different samples on display in the Design Center. I encourage students and professionals to take advantage of the Design Center as a resource where one can see what is currently possible, explore new ideas, and test them.
It is refreshing to know there are professional contractors like Colorado Hardscapes interested in innovation.
Lori Catalano | University of Colorado Denver