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LC/DBM August 2014 Table of Contents




On the cover:
Seven hundred square feet of Tennessee fieldstone was needed to create this fireplace in Guilford County, N.C. Over 70 lights of various types provide the illumination for the two patios, kitchen and dining area.


Features
  • Putting a Stamp on the Backyard
    An Omaha, Neb., homeowner worked with Stephens and Smith Construction to create a 2,700-square-foot, stamped concrete renovation for their patio and pool deck.
    --Kyle Cavaness, LC/DBM

  • Pavers, Plantings and Pedestals
    This courtyard garden in New York City was made over with about 3,000 square feet of custom concrete pavers set on a pedestal system that formed pockets for plantings.
    --Kyle Cavaness, LC/DBM

  • To Change a Grade
    A steep backyard slope above a river was transformed into three tiers of retaining walls that transitioned down to a patio with a fire pit.
    -- Rosetta Hardscapes

  • Hardscape Retreat
    Southern Exposure from Summerfield, N.C., converted a simple residential backyard into a soothing, calm space, where the homeowner can relax with friends and family.
    -- Michelle Medaris, LC/DBM

  • A Patterned Craft
    Inspired by mosaic tile and pebble work from European and Arabic countries, a father and son team craft artistic paver creations as this project in Council Bluffs, Iowa displays.
    -- Mike Dahl, LC/DBM


Deparments
  • Commentary: Variety is Not Hard to Find

  • Hardscapes: Demolishing Concrete Stereotypes

  • Product Focus: Paving Materials

  • The Balance Sheet: Mergers Acquisitions Expansions

  • Off the Clock: 9/11 Memorial Grove

News
  • The Green Field

  • Showtime in Texas

  • Hard Wares

  • Economic News

  • HNA Show Preview

  • Making Payroll

  • Association Recap

  • Plugging the Flow

Editorial Contributors
Tricia Goad, Southern Exposure; Eva Bastianon, Town and Gardens, Ltd.; Danice Pierini, The Bomanite Corp.; Bonnie Moore, Patterned Concrete Industries, Ltd.; Lindsey Manthei O'Connor, Rosetta Hardscapes; Justin Hampton, Paver Designs LLC; Dan Jacobs, Project EverGreen








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