BLOOM
Concrete & Landscape Design
 
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303-667-6267

Email - lauren@bloomconcrete.com

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HISTORY

Bloom Concrete & Landscape was established in 2009 after Colorado Concrete Specialist (est.2000) and Yve's Garden Landscapes (est.2001) merged to create a landscape design & build company that focused on unique design and sustainablitiy in the landscape. 

PEOPLE

Lauren Bloom is a Landscape Designer that has been working in the Denver Metro Area for over 18 years.  She is experienced in designing full scale landscapes and gardens to fit your needs & budget. She enjoys traveling during the 'off' season around the world and gathering unique ideas and materials to use in Colorado. 

Micah Bloom is a master of all trades.  He enjoys constructing hardscape features of your landscape from pergolas to benches to fire features - whatever makes your garden special and useful to you.  He is a skilled concrete contractor with over 21 years experience. 

APPROACH

Beginning with your initial consultation, we are devoted to making your experience with Bloom Concrete & Landscape positive and pleasing. As your personal & professional landscape designer we thrive on solid communication, seamless project management and customer satisfaction.

As our projects are multi faceted with many phases of work performed, we do strive to perform as many areas of work in house whenever possible. We believe this construction philosophy helps to maintain a greater sense of quality control in the field for our clients as well as price efficiency.

We continue to strive for excellence with integrity in our work and do consider the client our most important asset. Clients are kept up to date as to current issues and project scheduling. It is important to work in collaboration with our clients so as to maintain a clear understanding of how projects are proceeding and to allow for changes during the construction process should they be necessary.