About Us

As a planning and design firm with roots in the American west, we understand the power of creating real places that are true to the people who live here.

Our calling is to interpret the form and function of landscape in ways that are authentic to its place and cultural history.  We are resource-wise and down to earth. We advocate for our clients’ best interest within the natural systems of the place and love to roll up our sleeves to bring practical and intuitive solutions to life. We are stewards and storytellers. From railroads to ghost towns, ranchlands to downtowns, we bring together the ecology, history and collective knowledge of those who understand the place best.

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2017

Basalt River Restoration – CCASLA Merit Award for Design

2016

True Nature Healing Arts Center – Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence – Best New Addition to Downtown

2015

West Edge Virtual Tour – International Economic Development Council (IEDC) – Bronze Award in New Media

DHM Storybooks – Book/Monograph – SMPS Colorado – Corporate Identity

Johnson Habitat Park – CCASLA – Merit Award for Design

Johnson Habitat Park – CASFM -Honor Award for Outstanding Achievement

Johnson Habitat Park – APWA -Parks & Trails – Large

Basalt River Restoration – CASFM – Honor Award for Outstanding Achievement

2014

Brian’s Park Ice Rink – Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence – Best Adaptive Reuse of Public Space

True Nature Healing Arts – CCASLA -Merit Award for Design

Sun Valley Riverfront Park – CCASLA -Honor Award for Design

DHM Website Design – SMPS Colorado – Corporate Identity

Carbondale Library – CCASLA – Honor Award for Design

2013

GoCo Grant Toolkit – Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence – Best Professional Service in Action Award

2012

Cultural Landscape Report for Washington Square – BSLA – Honor Award for Landscape Analysis & Planning

2011

Ucross Ranch Master Plan – CCASLA – Land Stewardship Award for Planning

2009

The Arrabelle at Vail Square – CCASLA – Merit Award for Design

Croke Reservoir – CCASLA – Merit Award for Design

Columbine Memorial – CCASLA Honor Award for Design

Carbondale Rec Center – CCASLA Merit Award for Design, Land Stewardship Award Designation

2008

Wheeler Residence – CCASLA – Merit Award for Design

Aspen Community Campus – CCASLA Award Merit for Design

2007

Wildhorse Ranch – ASLA Honor Award for Analysis & Planning

Wildhorse Ranch – Oregon ASLA Merit Award for Design

Three Springs – CCASLA Merit Award for Planning

2005

Burlingame Ranch Affordable Housing – ASLA Honor Award for Analysis & Planning

2004

The Built Environment Guide for the National Forests and Grasslands – ASLA Merit Award in Communication

Shannahan Residence – CCASLA Merit Award

Littleton Residence – CCASLA Honor Award

2003

Sequoia National Park – CCASLA President’s Award of Excellence for Design

Mount Rushmore – CCASLA Honor Award for Design

Columbine Memorial – CCASLA Merit Award for Planning & Urban Design

2002

Kuiper High Plains Xeriscape Garden – CCASLA Merit Award for Design & Land Steward Designation

Aspen Community Campus – CCASLA Land Stewardship Award

2001

Westminster Promenade East – CCASLA Merit Award for Design

Sand Creek Greenway Master Plan – CCASLA Merit Award for Planning & Land Steward Designation

1999

Moore Fields, Aspen Community Campus – CCASLA Merit Award for Design & Land Steward Designation

Aspen Community Campus – CCASLA Award of Merit for Design

1997

Rocky Mountain National Park Employee Housing – CCASLA Merit Award for Planning

1996

Westminster City Park – CCASLA Merit Award for Planning

Guanella Pass: Visual Inventory & Assessment – CCASLA Merit Award for Research & Communication

1995

20th Street Corridor – AIA Award for Merit for Urban Design

1994

The Preserve – CCASLA President’s Award

Mount Rushmore – CCASLA Honor Award for Design

1990

Denver International Airport Landscape Master Plan -ASLA Honor Award