We're an award-winning Landscape Design + Build firm that has been providing design and installation services for homeowners, apartments and community properties throughout the San Francisco Bay Area for over 20 years.
We are honored to be recognized as Contractor of the Year (CotY) by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI®) for several projects!
2021 Regional CotY Award Winner, Residential Landscape Design/Outdoor Living $100,000 to $250,000
A married couple in their 30s wanted to upgrade their front and back yards to include an attractive entry and plenty of succulent plants in the frontyard, and an outdoor entertainment area in the back yard. Throughout the project, the clients changed their minds multiple times, which caused many change orders and delays during the project. Diligence was required to fulfill this couple’s vision for their space. Some of the materials incorporated into the design include pavers, composite decking, stepstone concrete for the pathways, sod and low maintenance plantings. The couple is thrilled with the results, especially the outdoor kitchen and seating areas.
2021 Regional CotY Award Winner, Commercial Exterior
The management team of a gated community wanted to transform their pool area. Their old pool deck had deteriorating concrete, so the team opted to replace the deck with pavers rather than repair the concrete. The old pool area spanned more than 7000 square feet and in many areas the concrete was 18-inches thick. Challenges associated with the concrete removal delayed the demo portion of the process by two weeks. The newly paved pool area features the gated community’s logo designed with pavers at the entrance of the pool.
2021 Regional CotY Award Winner, Commercial Specialty
This large apartment complex was built in 1966. Many areas of the facility needed an upgrade to look more modern and sophisticated. The old concrete pathways were cracked and buckling, causing quite a safety hazard. The old concrete pathways were removed and replaced with pavers, providing a smooth pathway. This was not only a safety improvement, but also improved the overall look of the property. In addition to the paver pathways, multiple locations got an upgrade to the plants and grasses around the property, giving it a fresh new appeal.
2020 Regional CotY Award Winner, Residential Landscape Design/Outdoor Living Under $100,000
This backyard transformed from a blank slate to a beautiful landscape, and was designed for a new home in a 55 and up community. Low maintenance elements were installed throughout, including a synthetic lawn and drought tolerant planting. A key design element is the travertine pavers with the synthetic lawn in between. The space includes a bocce ball court with a hinged door push-to-open mechanism to easily access the area, which has a 4-inch high frame all the way around it. A water feature and small citrus trees were added as well.
2020 Regional CotY Award Winner, Residential Landscape Design/ Outdoor Living $100,000 to $250,000
This project entailed a complete new landscape installation of the front and backyard for a newly built home. The clients desired an attractive entry in the front yard and an outdoor entertainment space, a shaded area, pool and spa in the backyard. The front yard features an interlocking concrete paver walkway, sod, decorative wall, custom tile overlay on the patio, and plantings, including decorative pots. The backyard features a travertine patio and pool deck, a synthetic lawn side yard, an aluminum pergola, a water feature, columns with fire bowls, a seat wall and fire pit, and drought tolerant planting.
2020 Regional CotY Award Winner, Residential Landscape Design/ Outdoor Living over $250,000
This client wanted a show piece outdoor living area with top-of-the-line materials. Their new backyard entertainment area includes a cabana withan outdoor kitchen and bathroom; hardwood decking with cable wire railing; a pool and spa; a synthetic lawn play area; drought tolerant plantings; and low voltage LED lighting. Aesthetic enhancements include a mix of wood, concrete and metals; lighting with dimmers; retaining walls; a fence; and a lighted ceiling fan and heaters in the cabana.The clients are now outside more than inside.
2020 Hardscape North America (HNA) competition presented by the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI)
DPG Pavers and Design is proud to announce a win for their entry in the Hardscape North America (HNA) competition presented by the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI). DPG Pavers and Design received Honorable Mention (2nd Place) in the category Porcelain Paver- Residential. Each year, HNA Awards recognize leading residential and commercial hardscape contractor’s achievements.