founded with the sole purpose of exceeding customer expectations and delivering a world class experience in all landscaping projects, big or small.
Rocky Mountain Custom Landscapes is a Colorado native company,
Your Vision... Is our Goal.
Often when working with a larger company you can lose the “personal touch” - like the service you get from your favorite barista at the local coffee house who remembers just how you like things. By keeping service simple, we can easily guarantee our work and your satisfaction! It's our attention to detail, carefully cleaning up after ourselves, taking the extra time to ask just the right questions – and most importantly communicating.
Rocky Mountain Custom Landscapes is a Colorado Native company, founded with the sole purpose of exceeding customer expectations and delivering a world class experience in all landscaping projects, big or small. We have been operating since 2000, and our operations now cover the majority of the State of Colorado.
We would welcome the opportunity to work with you. From simple gardening, to expansive outdoor environments, Rocky Mountain Custom Landscapes has the resources and skills to bring your landscape ideas to life!
Bobby Head has 30 years’ experience in the landscape field. He attained a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia in 1996. Mr. Head is a 2nd generation landscaper. He began working with his father in 1988 and has since built a solid reputation as an outstanding landscape architect and project manager. His talent stands out in the industry due to his ability to not only design but to take the design concepts and apply them to a beautifully finished product.
Jason has over 24 years experience in the landscape industry. Mr. Ulberg has extensive experience in project management and is known for constantly researching new methods and products in the landscape industry. Jason has built an excellent reputation for his specialty work in the design and construction of water features.
Western Slope Regional Manager
Steve Bjurstrom graduated with a degree in landscape horticulture, and has been actively involved in the horticultural industry for the past 30 years. In the last 26 years, Steve has immersed himself in landscape construction. He is fully aware of all the steps required to accomplish a finished project that both he and the end recipient can be proud of. His last few years have been spent overseeing the management of such landscape construction installations as sizeable commercial project, high-end homes, reclamation projects, streetscapes, etc. Prior to making his move to Colorado, Steve was affiliated with two of the largest mail order nurseries in the nation. While there he gained valuable expertise in the wide range of plant materials available and their appropriate uses. Steve has a passion for native plants and loves to create landscapes that mimic nature. Client satisfaction is at the top of Steve’s priority list. Effective communication and efficiency will create a great client/company relationship for long-term achievement of goals. Steve is also involved in the Colorado Nurseryman’s Association, National Association of Landscape Professionals and Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado.
Eagle County Maintenance Division Manager
Billie Askins has 24 years of experience in the landscape industry. Mrs. Askins has extensive experience in flower design and garden maintenance. She has attained her certification as a Colorado Gardener by completing the Colorado Master Gardener program. Billie’s favorite part of her job is working with her clients to design a garden that will give them great pleasure and then to see the garden mature and develop over the years.
Eagle County Construction Manager
Roberto Guerra has 24 years in the landscape industry. Mr. Guerra has extensive knowledge in all aspects of landscape construction but his main focus is water features. Roberto’s favorite part of his job is the constant variation of one job to the next. He finds great satisfaction in meeting with the clients and seeing the jobs progress with them.
Eagle County Construction Manager
After studying finance and business administration from ’93-97′ Brian became interested in outdoor development, landscape design/ build and ornamental horticulture and studied at Colorado State University. He practiced design, sales and project management in places including Bermuda, Park City, UT, and Chicagoland.
Always having a heart for the mountains and the adventure that lies within, the goal was always to get the family back to the place where he always felt most alive. Brian, along with his wife of 18 years, and their 3 boys of 17, 14 and 10 relocated to the Vail Valley in 2020 to continue the pursuit of designing and building creative and sustainable landscapes and embracing the active mountain lifestyle.
Eagle County Construction Project Manager
Ben learned the importance of hard work, perseverance and respect while earning his Eagle Scout. Ben began his landscape career in 2009 while still in school working with his Dad. He gained all of his experience hands on with jobs ranging from Labor, Parks Supervisor, Construction Manager, Construction Foreman and Project Manager. He has extensive Equipment knowledge and is in the process of earning his Certified Landscape Technician License. Ben is an outdoor enthusiast and in his free time enjoys Fishing, Hunting, Camping & Hiking.
Denver Construction Manager
Kelly Riley started out in the landscape industry at a young age. Growing up on a sod farm that he worked on during the harvest and in the installation departments during high school and college. Kelly attended the University of Missouri where he double majored in business and English literature while playing football and baseball on scholarship.
Over the last 30 years Kelly has worked in the landscape industry running his own company and working with other companies in sales, management, and project management learning how to build and cultivate relationships and exceeding expectations on the projects he has managed. His attention to detail and costumer satisfaction has been a goal of Kelly’s since his start in the business.
Outside of work, Kelly enjoys coaching his kids and spending time in the mountains with his family.
Denver Maintenance & Plant Health Care Manager
Troy has over 25 years of experience in the Green industry. He started his career treating lawns back east for Chemlawn. He has spent his career gaining experience in the field performing all aspects of the jobs related to the green industry: Pesticide applications, landscape maintenance, landscape construction, irrigation maintenance and installation, tree trimming, snow removal and safety. Troy is currently an OSHA outreach trainer for the 1910 Construction Standard as it relates to construction and has spent time teaching and training landscape companies on safety procedures. He also holds a Qualified Supervisor License for Colorado Department of Agriculture, Commercial Landscape Technician License, and City of Denver Tree Trimming License. When not at work, Troy enjoys camping and helping his wife with her Paper Crafting business.
Eagle County Maintenance Account Manager
Andy Fielding has 12 years of experience in the horticultural industry. After obtaining a Botany degree from Miami University (OH) in 2010, he has spent time working in the landscaping industry, as well as in public gardening, which includes a horticultural position at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida and Longwood Gardens in Kennet Square, Pennsylvania. Andy enjoys the creative component to horticulture and everything that goes into creating a custom landscape that caters to a client’s specific wants and needs.
Three Convenient Locations
We have three convenient locations to assure our clients of excellent, responsive service. Contact RMCL today and see how we can make your landscape more beautiful, more sustainable and less worrisome!
Mailing address for all payments/contracts:
PO BOX 480, Eagle, CO, 81631
Vail Valley Office:
351 Airpark Drive
Gypsum, CO 81637
Denver Metro Office:
6456 S Quebec, Suite 750
Centennial, CO 80111
Roaring Fork Valley Office:
1058 County Rd 100
Carbondale, CO 81623
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