Sandscape

Lone Rock Retreat

Lone Rock Foundation is the non-profit organization behind the new, Lone Rock Retreat in Bailey, Colorado. This educational resort was designed for deserving educators across America to reflect, reconnect and reenergize. A combination of educational training facilities, wellness center, lodge, and cabins sit on the 7-acre campus. Working with Hyder Construction, OZ Architecture, and Confluence, […]

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Flatiron Marketplace Apartments

Photo of concrete pool deck at the Flatiron Marketplace Apartments.

At the Flatiron Marketplace Apartments, located off Flatiron Crossing Dr. and the Denver-Boulder Turnpike, Colorado Hardscapes had the opportunity to install the pool deck, retail plaza, and multifamily courtyard. In total, we placed 18,828 sq. ft. of flatwork in both broom and Sandscape finishes. We also installed a decorative Sandscape seat wall, along with several […]

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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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Catbird Hotel

Catbird Hotel in RiNo, located off of 38th & Walnut incorporates a variety of colored Sandscape and gray work. In collaboration with Farrington and SAR+, we placed the hotel’s Porte-cochere, gray broom finish city sidewalks, curbs/planter curbs, ADA ramp, and curb cutout. We also installed sections of the Sandscape around the facility. The colors used […]

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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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McGregor Square

McGregor Square polished concrete benches in plaza at Downtown Denver.

McGregor Square, an urban multi-use facility, now sits adjacent to Coors Field on Wazee and 19th Street. The general contractor, Hensel Phelps, asked Colorado Hardscapes to install several components on the project. Our crew did an excellent job integrating the following: Polished benches, Capitol Hill Sandscape®, gray broomed concrete, custom trench drains,  stairs, and a few ADA ramps. We […]

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Sheraton Hotel Downtown Denver

Porte-Cochere at Sheraton Hotel in Downtown Denver decorative concrete.

The Sheraton Hotel, located at 15th and Court, adds to our portfolio of beautiful, Downtown Denver projects. Working with PWI, Confluence, and Chris Sutterfield, we were able to create an amazing entry for all of the hotel’s guests and even those just passing by. Our scope of work includes 9,470 sq. ft. of Sandscape, both […]

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Monarch Black Hawk Casino

After 5 years of construction, Monarch Black Hawk Casino finally wrapped up its final touches. After completing the building’s major renovations, it opened up to the public in November 2020.  The casino doubled its size to provide expanded amenities to its customers. What better way to welcome people to the luxury casino than to provide […]

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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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Denver Art Musem

Wide view of Denver Art Museum courtyard including many decorative concrete features all completed by Colorado Hardscapes.

The Denver Art Museum renovated its formerly known North Building, now called Martin Building, in order to adapt to the growth of visitors and expansion of programs. As of February 2020, Colorado Hardscapes completed the Kemper Courtyard portion of the reconstruction. Our contribution includes: Planter curbs Retaining walls Polished benches Sandscape walkways The goal of […]

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