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Sundek Recognizes 42 Concrete Projects in 2017

Project of the Year & Outstanding SunStain
Project of the Year & Outstanding SunStain Decorative Concrete Resurfacing, St. Louis, Missouri

A total of 42 awards were presented at the 2017 Sundek Awards Banquet during the company’s 33rd annual convention in Hilton Fort Worth earlier this year.

The contest, which began in 1985, recognizes outstanding workmanship in more than 23 categories. Awards are given for first, second and third place in warranted categories, and not all categories have winners each year.

The Project of the Year went to Decorative Concrete Resurfacing in Ballwin, Missouri, for the First Presbyterian Church of St. Louis in University City, which also claimed the Gold in the Outstanding SunStain category. The runner-up was Sundek National Accounts/Sundek of Nashville for the Holiday Inn in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

A Trendsetter Special Judges Award was given to Sierra Concrete Resurfacing in San Francisco, California, for a stamped residential makeover.

This year’s Gold winners included:

Project of the Year Runner-Up Sundek National Accounts/Sundek of Nashville, Tennessee
Project of the Year Runner-Up Sundek National Accounts/Sundek of Nashville, Tennessee
Trendsetter Special Judges Award Sierra Concrete Resurfacing, San Francisco, California
Trendsetter Special Judges Award Sierra Concrete Resurfacing, San Francisco, California
Outstanding Classic Texture Job Sundek of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Outstanding Classic Texture Job Sundek of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Outstanding Commercial Job Sundek of Austin, Austin, Texas
Outstanding Commercial Job Sundek of Austin, Austin, Texas
Outstanding Special Effects Sundek of Tidewater, Yorktown, Virginia
Outstanding Special Effects Sundek of Tidewater, Yorktown, Virginia
Outstanding SunOne/SunEpoxy Job Decorative Concrete Resurfacing, St. Louis, Missouri
Outstanding SunOne/SunEpoxy Job Decorative Concrete Resurfacing, St. Louis, Missouri
Outstanding SunStamp Job Sundek of Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee
Outstanding SunStamp Job Sundek of Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee
Outstanding SunMetal Job Sundek of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois
Outstanding SunMetal Job Sundek of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois
Outstanding Tuscan Job Big Red Decorative Concrete, Kansas City, Missouri
Outstanding Tuscan Job Big Red Decorative Concrete, Kansas City, Missouri
Outstanding SunStone ATD Concrete Coatings, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
Outstanding SunStone ATD Concrete Coatings, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
Outstanding Residential Job Decorative Concrete Resurfacing, St. Louis, Missouri
Outstanding Residential Job Decorative Concrete Resurfacing, St. Louis, Missouri

Sundek manufactures, markets, distributes and installs decorative concrete overlay materials. Each year, the company installs more than 18 million square feet of commercial and residential coatings.

Sundek was founded by three brothers in 1970 in Southern California. As a privately held company, it has a large dealership network, and operates across the United States as well as in Central and South America. Company headquarters are in Arlington, Texas.

For a more complete list of winners, visit www.sundek.com/awards.

Outstanding Before and After (BEFORE) Sundek of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Outstanding Before and After (BEFORE) Sundek of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Outstanding Before and After (AFTER) Sundek of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Outstanding Before and After (AFTER) Sundek of Washington, Washington, D.C.

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