Bomanite MicroTop

Rye Sobo Apartments

Rye Sobo Apartments MicroTop-ST artwork done by Colorado Hardscapes 2021.

The Rye Sobo Apartments in Broadway Park incorporates 2,800 SF of decorative flatwork and 8,400 SF of uncolored sidewalk. Working with PDG and BrightView, we integrated a specialty scoring pattern into the Sandscape around the building. Moreover, we achieved the different colors using Bomanite Con-Color in Cobblestone and French Gray. On the northeast side of the Rye […]

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Market Station

Market Station concrete plaza with stained bands.

Several years ago, plans were discussed for a new development at Market Station. The development would include retail, office, and residential. Dig Studio worked on the hardscape design on decks, along the streets, and throughout the paseo. The paseo is where one would normally find the alley. Dig Studio consulted with Colorado Hardscapes, especially on […]

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Charles Schwab Lone Tree

Full shot of Charles Schwab Lone Tree office entrance with Bomanite Imprinted Concrete flatwork.

The Charles Schwab Lone Tree Campus phase #3 project began to transpire back in 2018. Decorative concrete was placed on the main entry into the building and surrounding drive areas. The general contractor, Mortenson Company worked with Colorado Hardscapes to install specifically designed Bomanite imprinted concrete (stamped). Moreover, working with Schwab’s designers and Davis Architects, […]

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Wheatlands Park

Top drone view of Wheatlands Park wheat stalk.

This stylized wheat stalk complements the theme of the new Wheatlands Park playground located in Aurora, CO. In collaboration with Architerra Group, we decided to install multiple decorative concrete products. After visiting our design center, they knew our Sandscape® Refined and Lithocrete® products made the most sense for this project. These allow the wheat stalk […]

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BRAVE Church

Smooth troweled, uncolored MicroTop floors at Brave church.

After many years of dealing with carpet, and as part of an overall facility upgrade, BRAVE Church (previously known as Harvest Bible Chapel) wanted an upgraded finish to the lobby of their church: they wanted a polished concrete floor. However, due to the condition of the floor, polishing the existing concrete would not provide the […]

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Belleview Block – The Den

Bi-colored, smooth Troweled MicroTop floors.

Neither exterior nor interior concrete compromised its quality at Belleview Block – The Den. Holland Construction approached Colorado Hardscapes wondering if we could provide a solution for the interior floor of the building. After reviewing Colorado Hardscape’s samples and talking through the pros and cons of the products, they selected two of Bomanite’s MicroTop colors […]

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Johnson Habitat Park

Arial view of the Decorative Concrete installed by Colorado Hardscapes over at Johnson Habitat Park

Johnson Habitat Park is part of a larger vision of restoring the riverfront along the South Platte River. DHM Design created a landscape design which both educated and inspired park-goers to learn about Colorado, nature and the river. Therefore, they included many unique features that required creative constructibility problem-solving. Colorado Hardscapes worked with the team […]

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