In an effort to protect us all Denver Landscapes has a fully vaccinated staff!
Denver Landscapes is focused on creating distinctive outdoor environments for you, your family and friends. We are not your typical landscape company, we are a landscape design and build firm with licensed creative architects and master craftsmen of exceptional outdoor environments. Denver Landscapes is focused on improving your quality of life through talented landscape design that is often unique, quality based, competitively priced, and installed in a sustainable fashion by people who care about their craft.
Denver Landscapes is a family run Colorado company founded right here in Denver in 1996 by Shane Meyer. I grew up on a farm outside Norman, Oklahoma to a family of business owners where pride in ones work was taken seriously. After not being able to find a company in Colorado that showed an emphasis on caring for it’s employees and that showed the attention to detail in construction that I grew up with, I started Cascade Design DBA Denver Landscapes.
I started the company with the knowledge that using nothing but the highest quality of materials, the best tools, at a competitive price, installed in a sustainable fashion by people who care about their craft, is a receipt for success. I believe in doing the job with quality of construction for a high return on investment is crucial to a successful project. Money spent with Denver Landscapes is a good investment.
It is also my belief that you can’t be good at everything and there are times to call in a professional. We have teamed up with Craftsmen in their own trades for the trades that we choose not to do such as Concrete and Surveying.
One of Denver Landscapes skills is: Solving the complex problems of every property and its individual fragile ecosystem and the challenges associated to developing it to its maturity.
We specialize in beautiful, tasteful, sustainable, sometimes exquisite, private landscapes from $10,000 to $1,000,000.00 with the occasional commercial project such as The Pepsi Center renovation for the Grand Prix and the new Platte Valley Hospital.