Water Features

Central Park

At Central Park in Highlands Ranch, we had the great opportunity of completing both the Plaza flatwork and Water Feature. The Plaza, by request of Howell Construction, is a classic Capitol Hill Sandscape® with Ebony, and Auburn stain to create a beautiful pattern. The circular saw cuts complement the overall design and work in conjuncture […]

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Denver Premium Outlets

This 94­-acre project features not only 70+ stores but more impressively, 7 of Colorado Hardscapes’ products. If you’re not a shopper, a visit to DPO is still worth the trip just to check out the play area.

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Briargate Water Feature

Architectural Water Feature

Working with Galloway, we constructed the Briargate water feature with four different types of concrete. Additionally, it has a light acid wash finish. Built with the same method as our Sedimentary Walls, the bowl has lifts of concrete and rocks between the layers. The reason being that this gives the waves more distinction. There are […]

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Tava Waters

Catamaran club pool deck made with Sandsacpe, our premium sand finish.

You know you’ve been around a long time when you start updating and replacing your own work twenty-something years later. I2 Construction headed up the project and brought Colorado Hardscapes on board to replace the front entry and back pool deck. Along with the flatwork, this design featured Sandscape® Textured Walls (our premium version of […]

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DTC Water Feature

Front view of Denver Tech Center water feature with three geyser nozzles and a large prism centerpiece in front of Shanahan's Steakhouse.

In 2017, Goldsmith Metropolitan District searched for someone to build DTC (Denver Tech Center) a water feature memorial for one of their longest-working General Managers, Doug Scott. Today, you can find this water feature/memorial on the northwest side of the Belleview and Syracuse intersection. In collaboration with OLC Aquatics, Colorado Hardscapes built the feature with […]

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Water feature with concrete basin and nine spray nozzles

The AAA Headquarters Water Feature was a huge success in many ways. The president of AAA came to our showroom with both Swinerton Builders and EUA. They had a set budget for a water feature in the lobby needing to be built ASAP. Colorado Hardscapes had to act quickly in an effort to design and […]

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Foothills Mall

Though we did not install any decorative concrete to this project, Foothills Mall remains a significant part of Colorado Hardscapes’ journey. While putting together the larger feature, we proved our expertise in water feature mechanics and problem-solving. Thanks to our in-house water feature designer/mechanical engineer, we made adjustments to the mechanical room for a more […]

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Denver Union Station

Denver Union Station Water Feature with lights and pop jets

Early in the design discussions about the redevelopment of Denver Union Station, Colorado Hardscapes participated in budget discussions. Making sure to set the right expectations for the water feature.  As time went by, the relationship strengthened with Kiewit due to these conversations. Resulting in Colorado Hardscapes contracting to build an interactive feature, including all the […]

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Architectural water feature at SouthGlenn outlets.

The owners and architects of the Streets at SouthGlenn wanted to replicate the ambiance of old-world fountains in ancient cities. Working closely with Colorado Hardscapes, the architects designed extremely large concrete fountain bowls. To prevent damage from freeze-thaw, chemicals and coins, therefore, the bowls required casting monolithically. They developed an edge and pattern for the bowls […]

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