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Recognizing Artistry: The 2011 ASCC DCC Awards

The Decorative Concrete Council, a specialty council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors, St. Louis, Mo., has announced the winners of its third annual decorative concrete awards competition. The winners were recognized at a ceremony at the World of Concrete, Las Vegas.

The entries were judged by Concrete Decor publisher Bent Mikkelsen, Tilt-Up Concrete Association executive director Ed Sauter, and consultants Dan Dorfmueller and Howard Jancy. Concrete Decor magazine salutes the winners of what was an extremely competitive competition.

The Decorative Concrete Council membership includes contractors, manufacturers and suppliers of decorative concrete products.

Winner of the WOW! Award for best overall project and one of two 1st Place winners in the Multiple Applications, Over 1,500 Square Feet category: Cutting Edge Decorative Concrete, Richfield, Ohio, for RH-1, a private residence.
Winner of the WOW! Award for best overall project and one of two First Place winners in the Multiple Applications, Over 1,500 Square Feet category: Cutting Edge Decorative Concrete, Richfield, Ohio, for RH-1, a private residence.

 Morley Construction, Santa Monica, Calif., won three awards for the Getty Villa museum: Vertical, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place; Multiple Applications, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place (one of two winners); and Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place
Morley Construction, Santa Monica, Calif., won three awards for the Getty Villa museum: Vertical, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place; Multiple Applications, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place (one of two winners); and Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place

Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place (one of two winners): T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., San Diego, Calif., for FRWA Intake Facility
Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place (one of two winners):
T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., San Diego, Calif., for FRWA Intake Facility

Artistry, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place:  T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., San Diego, Calif., for Sunset Park
Artistry, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place:
T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., San Diego, Calif., for Sunset Park
Vertical, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place, and Multiple Applications, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., San Diego, Calif., for Sunset Park
Vertical, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place, and Multiple Applications, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., San Diego, Calif., for Sunset Park

Polished, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: CSolutions, Norcross, Ga., for Bartow County Civic Center
Polished, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: CSolutions, Norcross, Ga., for Bartow County Civic Center

Polished, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Cuviello Concrete, Stevensville, Md., for J.M. Bennett High School
Polished, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Cuviello Concrete, Stevensville, Md., for J.M. Bennett High School

Overlay/Spray Textures, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Concrete Coatings, Mandeville, La., for Stone Creek Club & Spa
Overlay/Spray Textures, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Concrete Coatings, Mandeville, La., for Stone Creek Club & Spa

Overlay/Stamped, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Superior Concrete Resurfacing, Goodlettsville, Tenn., for Gaylord Opryland Resort
Overlay/Stamped, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Superior Concrete Resurfacing, Goodlettsville, Tenn., for Gaylord Opryland Resort

Overlay/Spray Textures, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Todd Rose Decorative Concrete, Lincoln, Neb., for Antelope Valley
Overlay/Spray Textures, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Todd Rose Decorative Concrete, Lincoln, Neb., for Antelope Valley

Cast-In-Place Stamped, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Rockworx, Wichita, Kan., for Spirit Aerosystems
Cast-In-Place Stamped, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Rockworx, Wichita, Kan., for Spirit Aerosystems

Cast-In-Place Stamped, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Increte of North Florida, Jacksonville, Fla., for the Britt residence
Cast-In-Place Stamped, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Increte of North Florida, Jacksonville, Fla., for the Britt residence
Cast-In-Place Stamped, Under 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Rockworx, Wichita, Kan., for Hampton Inn
Cast-In-Place Stamped, Under 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Rockworx, Wichita, Kan., for Hampton Inn

Cast-In-Place Stamped, Under 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Creative Construction by Design, Danville, Ill., for the Burnett residence
Cast-In-Place Stamped, Under 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Creative Construction by Design, Danville, Ill., for the Burnett residence

Stained, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Lloyd Concrete, Forest, Va., for Northcote Farms
Stained, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: Lloyd Concrete, Forest, Va., for Northcote Farms

Stained, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Hyde Concrete, Annapolis, Md., for Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery
Stained, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place: Hyde Concrete, Annapolis, Md., for Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery

Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place (one of two winners): Tom Ralston Concrete, Santa Cruz, Calif., for Rockview House
Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 1,500 Square Feet, 1st Place (one of two winners): Tom Ralston Concrete, Santa Cruz, Calif., for Rockview House

Countertops, 1st Place: The Green Scene, Northridge, Calif., for Tiki Bar & Fire Pit
Countertops, 1st Place: The Green Scene, Northridge, Calif., for Tiki Bar & Fire Pit

Artistry, Under 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: CSolutions, Norcross, Ga., for Fellwood Park
Artistry, Under 1,500 Square Feet, 2nd Place: CSolutions, Norcross, Ga., for Fellwood Park

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