ALCC Awards Recognition Continues

The Press Release starts by saying, “Seven South Metro Landscapes Win Excellence in Landscape Award”.

Innovative Projects Demonstrate Water Conservation and Beauty Can Co-Exist

DENVER – Colorado’s landscape industry association, the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado (ALCC), honored landscapes in Littleton, Cherry Hills Village, Greenwood Village, Englewood and Centennial at its annual Excellence in Landscape Awards (EIL) ceremony. 

The awards recognize the professional landscape contractors who designed, installed, renovated and managed the distinctive landscapes found at homes and businesses throughout the state.  Themes from this year’s projects include sustainable practices, water conservation, intimate entertaining spaces, harmony with nature and gardens that provide sustenance and tranquility.  

“With drought and water restrictions on everyone’s mind, these winning landscapes demonstrate it is possible to conserve water and have a beautiful landscape,” said Kristen Fefes, ALCC executive director.  “Many Coloradoans have a good amount of money invested in their landscapes and the drought directly threatens the health of our trees, lawns and gardens,” she added. 

Descriptions of the winning projects by location and category are on the ALCC Website and additionally, you can see our award winners throughout our website.  

ALCC member firms provide a wide range of landscape services including design, installation, maintenance, consultation and water management. For more information about ALCC, to find a qualified, professional landscape contractor or to receive free weekly landscape drought tips, visit and click ‘find a landscape pro’ or ‘tip of the week.’

As I mentioned in blog postings earlier this season, we want to recognize Holly Terry for receiving an award for The Sculpture Garden project. 

If you would like to meet with one of our Landscape Designers, please call 303-721-9003 x 110 our  Thank you.

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