This year, the Concrete Foundations Association (CFA) recognized one honorable mention project in the 2012 Project of the Year Awards. The honorable mention went to a project named White Sulphur Springs submitted and built by Procon, Inc. of Rocky Mount, Va.
The foundation for this 9,065-square-foot home in White Sulphur Springs, W.V., consisted of 1,464 lineal feet of wall ranging in height from 2 feet high to 17 feet high with footings as wide as 8 feet 6 inches. Concrete totaled 862 cubic yards for the footings and walls. More than 66 tons of rebar was used in this very impressive project.