The competition is open to ASCC members and nonmembers. The council invites entries in several categories, including stamped and special finishes, stained, stenciled, polished, countertops, vertical application and concrete artistry. Except for countertops, two awards will be available in each category. These two awards are for projects 1,500 square feet and less, and for projects of more than 1,500 square feet.
Projects will be judged on design, economy and craftsmanship, degree of difficulty, site compatibility, project challenges, ecological and environmental factors, and problem-solving.
The deadline for submittal is Aug. 31, 2008. They will present the awards at an ASCC event in 2009.
About the DCC
The DCC is the only professional organization that dedicates itself to focusing on the issues, trends and also the work of the decorative concrete industry. Additionally, they aim to meet the needs of the contractors who pursue this specialty market.
Decorative concrete contractors that install decorative concrete, manufacturers, and also other interested parties make up the council. Their mission is “Advancing Decorative Concrete Contractors Through Education and Networking.”
DCC members provide insight into the important work of decorative concrete contractor. In addition, they also advance the industry through discussions, training, networking and events.