Providing Professional Planning & Design with Outstanding Customer Service For Over 20 Years!



Kirby Smith and Associates, Inc. has been in business since 1993, and for over 22 years, has been providing its clients with top quality, hands-on, land planning and landscape design services.  Prior to founding KSA, Inc. Kirby Smith served as vice president, project manager and landscape architect at Oldham Planning & Design in Denver for approximately ten years.  



Clients include numerous private sector developers, builders, and landowners; as well as architects, engineers, and individual homeowners throughout Colorado, and several other states. 





KSA, Inc. has the capabilities to provide complete spectrum of site and landscape design services, ranging from conceptual design alternatives to final development plans and construction drawings. 


Experience includes residential subdivisions; builder's models homes; individual single family homes (new construction or partial renovations); streetscapes/entryways; parking lots; recreational amenities; trail corridors; multi-family; and commercial/industrial landscape design.


Kirby Smith & Assoc., Inc. has extensive experience in planning, zoning, and subdivision entitlements for large-scale and small-scale land developments (14,000 ac. to 10 ac.).  This includes Mixed-Use Communities; Business Parks; Commercial Centers; Residential Communities and; Park and Recreation facilities.


Experience includes site planning for thousands of single family and multi-family residential dwelling units of various product types densities ranges, and in diverse types of terrain. 


Site planning expertise also extends to a variety of commercial, office, industrial, and recreational uses.  These skills range from preparing conceptual alternatives to creatively explore potential unit/floor area yields, to preparation and presentation of final site plans for governmental approval.



KSA, Inc. also has considerable site assessment experience, in the identification and (due diligence) evaluation of those natural environmental and man-imposed opportunities and constraints necessary to facilitate the decision making process and are critical to arrive at creative, sound, and defensible solutions.