Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

OCT 2018

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I In honor of Hardscape North America happening this month, LC/DBM though it would be fun to review last year's Hardscape Project Award winners. Visit www.icpi.org to learn more about submitting a project. Concrete Paver – Residential - (More than 3,000 square feet) Contractor: Paver Designs, LLC (Omaha, Neb.) Manufacturer: Belgard and Techniseal Designer: Justin Hampton, Paver Designs LLC Paver Designs, a two-man father and son com- pany, was hired to design and build an outdoor living space. The homeowners began with a dilap- idated 10'x 10' cedar deck. They wanted a space for guests and family to congregate and relax. A grilling area/bar, a fire feature and signature custom inlays were installed. A multi-level design cut further into a hillside and sloped towards the house allowing for more usable space. The inlay was initially drawn freehand with chalks onto the field of pavers. Once both parties were satisfied, the design was cut into the patio. The colors were chosen for the border and the inlays to mimic the color of the trim and intricate woodwork on the 100-year old home. Concrete Paver – Residential (More than 3,000 square feet) Contractor: Bahler Brothers (South Windsor, Conn.) Manufacturer: Techo-Bloc Designer: Ryan King, Bahler Brothers The design intent for this backyard resort ensured there would be enough space for entertaining large crowds of family and friends. There needed to be multiple gath- ering spaces serving different purposes for the guests and homeowners. The project's focal point is the pool with a large patio space connecting the different backyard spaces and functions. Some of the design features include a large outdoor kitchen, a seating area to enjoy sunsets, an over-sized, sunken fire pit area and a bocce ball court. 60 LCDBM Photos and information provided by ICPI AWARD WINNERS Foutch Residence Logan, Iowa Pasqualoni Pool Project South Windsor, Connecticut by Dennis Smith ICPI Director of Marketing

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