homeowners were dissatisfied with the walkway in their existing
landscape. The step stones were slippery and unstable and the
hill was too steep to be easily traversed. We cut
into the hillside to create a series of 9 steps to break up the
existing 5% grade and to provide better traction. We were careful
preserve the rustic look of the surroundings without disturbing
serviceable portions of the landscape. The conspicuity of the
against the light tread face was an intended safety feature.
After finishing their
walkway, the homeowners had us build this concrete slab for a horse
shower. The slab and hitching post allowed the horse to be
cleaned safely and without
dragging our infamous Colorado clay back into the barn or the house.
The back door of this
home used to open right onto the yard. The addition of this
concrete patio provided a great place to enjoy a meal in our beautiful