Featured Contractor

Read about outstanding and talented men and women who make the decorative concrete industry what it is today.

Florida Concrete Artisan's Drive, Creativity Sets Him Apart

Florida Concrete Artisan’s Drive, Creativity Set Him Apart

Caleb Lawson, owner and president of Price Concrete Studio in Orlando, Florida, didn’t picture himself as a concrete artisan when he was growing up. Unlike many in the industry, his background isn’t in concrete or construction. In fact, his life seemed preordained for something far different. “My father was an […]

Concrete Contractor Expands and Diversifies into Decorative Field

Shawn Halverson, CEO of Surfacing Solutions Inc.in Temecula, California, talks about the time some years ago when he took a break from construction after working in the structural concrete industry for about 21 years, beginning in the mid-1970s. Then, this phenomenon called decorative concrete emerged as a major player in the trade, and Halverson became intrigued.

Former Preschool Teacher Now Masters the Trowel

Years ago, Cindee Lundin took a leave of absence from her job as a preschool teacher and enrolled at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota to work on her bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. She already had two associate degrees — one in art and the other in child development. It was there that her passion to pursue art full time began.

Growing Up in the Concrete Business

Dan Lynch, a concrete artisan known for his concrete floors that look like wood, grew up in Southern Louisiana, near New Orleans, with five sisters, three brothers and a father who did concrete work. In his N’awlins drawl, Lynch says he’s “53 years young,” and he’s the only one of his siblings who still does concrete work.