Decorative concrete product manufacturer L. M. Scofield Co. has announced the winners of its Fourth Annual Decorative Concrete Awards contest. This contest was open to any contractor, architect or designer who uses or specifies Scofield Systems.
Scofield received a record number of entries this year. A group of 42 entries was narrowed down to nine finalists by a panel of five judges, including Concrete Decor editor John Strieder. Then the nine were given to a Grand Prize judge, who this year was Ned Cramer, editor-in-chief of Architect magazine.
The Grand Prize award, an engraved cut-crystal trophy, was awarded to Homestead Paving Co. of Homestead, Fla. Their winning entry — a 20,000-square-foot colored and textured art plaza at the Museum of Art/Fort Lauderdale in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — was recognized for its aesthetics, creativity and craftsmanship.
The remaining finalists, who all will receive a black glass commemorative plaque engraved with their names, were:
Alternative Floors, St. Augustine, Fla.; Diamond Polishing Systems, Puyallup, Wash.; Greystone Masonry, Stafford, Va.; Paulo Romero, San Jose, Calif., (for two projects); Polished Concrete of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa.; Rescue Concrete, Rancho Cordova, Calif.; and Specialty Surfaces, Sparta, N.J.
In addition to the juried contest, Scofield this year opened up a separate vote to the public so they could select the three projects they felt best exemplified Scofield’s “Colors of America” theme.
The three winners of this “people’s choice” award were: Surfacing Solutions Inc., Temecula, Calif.; Maverick Specialty Contracting, Seattle, Wash.; and Capitol Decorative Concrete, Easley, S.C.
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