Polished concrete floors with decorative stained flowers at Costa Farms submitted by Alternative Floors, for Sub-Floor Solutions, Miami, Fla.
Stained concrete floors in William Jessup University submitted by Paul Wolff Company, Lindon, Utah.
Architectural Concrete Inc. Sales Office submitted by Architectural Concrete, Inc., Louisville, Ky.
Stained decorative concrete at Karanikas Residence submitted by Capitol Decorative Concrete, Piedmont, S.C.
Stamped and stained decorative concrete patio and pool deck at Hayken Residence submitted by The Concrete Artist, Marlton, N.J.
Stamped and stained decorative concrete floors in Holocaust Memorial Center submitted by Kern Enterprize, Highland, Mich.
Stained concrete at Red160 Apartments submitted by Maverick Specialty Contracting, Seattle, Wash.
Polished floors in MARB Building, UConn Health Center, submitted by Premier Concrete, Wilton, N.H.
Stained and stamped Radius Driveway submitted by Greystone Masonry Inc., Stafford, Va.
L. M. Scofield Company announced the winners of its Fifth Annual Decorative Concrete Awards contest. The contest is open to any Contractor, Architect or Designer who uses or specifies Scofield Systems. Projects are judged on skill of installation, creativity, artistic expression and integration with the overall design intent.
Paul M. Wolff Company was named Grand Prize winner, while eight finalists were also announced. See the winners in the photo gallery below. Read more about all the entrants at the Scofield website.