Find a Landscape Architect
Homeowners and small multifamily housing units (up to 4 units) are not required by law to retain a licensed landscape architect for their projects, but many landscape architects do this kind of work. Often you can find a contractor or landscape designer through an internet search using those or similar terms. Many landscape contractors also provide project residential landscape design-build services.
If your residential project is extensive (over $100,000) you should consider a landscape architect with residential experience. The best way to do that is to go to the ASLA Colorado Awards page and view the award-winning projects in that category over the past few years. It will list the firm and you can use the firm finder link below to get in touch with them.
For Commercial, Government, and Other Entities
ASLA Colorado/Wyoming member firms engage in large (over $500,000) and small (under $500,000) design projects, planning and analysis, research and communication, and many other types of public and private projects involving the built environment.