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American Society of Concrete Contractors Decorative Concrete Council presents: The 2013 Award Winners

Photos courtesy of Morley Construction


 

WOW! Award Morley Construction, Santa Monica, Calif. New Central Library, San Diego, Calif.

The Decorative Concrete Council, a specialty council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors, St. Louis, Mo., has announced the winners of its fifth annual Decorative Concrete Awards competition. The winners were recognized at a ceremony at the World of Concrete, Las Vegas, on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013.

San Diego’s new Central Library, by Morley Construction, Santa Monica, Calif., won the WOW! Award for best overall project.

The entries were judged by Rebecca Wasieleski, Concrete Contractor magazine; Bob Harris, Decorative Concrete Institute; Chris Sullivan, ChemSystems Inc.; and Michael Paul, of structural engineering firm Duffield Associates.

The Decorative Concrete Council is composed of contractors, manufacturers and suppliers of decorative concrete products. The Council is dedicated to improving the technical and business expertise of the contractors who pursue this specialty market.


Photos courtesy of American Society of Concrete Contractors except as noted
Cast-In-Place Stamped, Over 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Edwards Concrete Co., Winter Garden, Fla.
 


Photo courtesy of Salzano Custom Concrete
Cast-In-Place Stamped, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Salzano Custom Concrete, Centreville, Va.
Manassas Residence
 

Graphics, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Hyde Concrete, Annapolis, Md.
Spice 6

 

Photo courtesy of Hyde Concrete

 


Polished, Over 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
T.B. Penick & Sons Inc.,
San Diego, Calif.
P742 Beq Coronado Naval Base
 

 

 

 


Polished, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Rosebud Concrete,
Myerstown, Pa.
The River Lodge on the Susquehanna
 

 

 

 


Overlays Under 1/4 Inch, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Salzano Custom Concrete,
Centreville, Va.
Havenhill Appartments

 

 


Overlays Under 1/4 Inch, Over 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Honestone, Tuggerah,
New South Wales, Australia
St. Bamabas Church

 

 


Overlays 1/4 Inch to 2 Inch, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Concrete Mystique Engraving, Nashville, Tenn.
Bullard Residence

 

 


Overlays 1/4 Inch to 2 Inch, Over 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Sundek of Washington, Chantilly, Va.
Cameron Grove Resort & Retirement Center

 

 


Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 5,000 Square Feet, First Place (tie)
T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., San Diego, Calif.
Myriad Botanical Gardens

 

 


Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 5,000 Square Feet, First Place (tie)
Belarde Co., Woodinville, Wash.
East Bay Public Plaza

 

 


Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Tom Ralston Concrete, Santa Cruz, Calif.
Pleasure Point Geo Strata Terraces

 

 


Vertical Application, Over 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects PC, New York, N.Y.
TEN23

 

 


Vertical Application, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Lavada Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Robusta Espresso Bar

 

 


Concrete Artistry, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
New England Hardscapes Inc., Acton, Mass.
Olinger Residence

 

 


Countertops, First Place
Hyde Concrete, Annapolis, Md.
Schutt Residence

 

 


Multiple Applications, Over 5,000 Square Place, First Place
T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., San Diego, Calif.
Reunion Trails Park

 

 


Multiple Applications, Under 5,000 Square Feet, First Place
Cornerstone Decorative Concrete, Fennville, Mich.
Hudsonville Winery/Pike 51 Brewery

 

 


Stained, Under 5,000 Sqaure Feet, First Place
Hyde Concrete, Annapolis, Md.
Spice 6

 

 


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