American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC)

ASCC Announces Winners in 2013 Decorative Concrete Awards

The Decorative Concrete Council, a specialty council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors, St. Louis, Mo., has announced the winners of its fifth annual Decorative Concrete Awards competition. The winners were recognized at a ceremony at the World of Concrete, Las Vegas, on Wednesday, February 6, 2013.

The winners are:

Cast-In-Place Stamped, Over 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Edwards Concrete Co., Winter Garden, Fla., for Phillips Toyota

Cast-In-Place Stamped, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Salzano Custom Concrete, Centreville, Va., for Manassas Residence

Cast-In-Place Stamped, Under 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: Salzano Custom Concrete, Centreville, Va., for Centreville Residence

Graphics, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Hyde Concrete, Annapolis, Md., for Spice 6

Polished, Over 5,000 SF, 1st Place: T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc., San Diego, Calif., for P742 BEQ Coronado Naval Base

Polished, Over 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: Creative Construction by Design/Surface Tech, Danville, Ill., for Blue Line Lower Level

Polished, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Rosebud Concrete, Myerstown, Pa., for The Susquehanna River Lodge

Overlays Under ¼”, Over 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Honestone, Tuggerah, New South Wales, Australia for St. Barnabas Church

Overlays Under ¼”, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Salzano Custom Concrete, Centreville, Va., for Haverhill Apartments

Overlays Under ¼”, Under 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: Concrete Mystique Engraving, Nashville, Tenn., for Lance Residence

Overlays ¼” - 2”, Over 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Sundek of Washington, Chantilly, Va., for Cameron Grove Resort & Retirement Center

Overlays ¼” - 2”, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Concrete Mystique Engraving, Nashville, Tenn., for Bullard Residence

Overlays ¼” - 2”, Under 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: Sundek of Illinois, Rolling Meadows, Ill., for Mooncotch Residence

Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Over 5,000 SF, 1st Place: T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc., San Diego, Calif., for Myriad Gardens and Belarde Company, Woodinville, Wash., for East Bay Public Plaza

Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Tom Ralston Concrete, Santa Cruz, Calif., for Pleasure Point Geo Strata Terraces

Cast-in-Place Special Finishes, Under 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: New England Hardscapes, Inc., Acton, Mass., for Olinger Residence

Vertical Application, Over 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects, PC, New York, N.Y. for TEN23

Vertical Application, Over 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: Honestone, Tuggerah, New South Wales, Australia for St. Barnabas Church

Vertical Application, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: LAVADA Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., for Robusta Espresso Bar

Concrete Artistry, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: New England Hardscapes, Inc., Acton, Mass., for Olinger Residence

Concrete Artistry, Under 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: Concrete Mystique Engraving, Nashville, Tenn., for Hite Residence

Countertops, 1st Place: Hyde Concrete, Annapolis, Md., for Schutt Residence

Countertops, 2nd Place: Brooks Construction Services, Inc., Sioux Falls, S.D., for Dining With the Stars

Multiple Applications, Over 5,000 SF, 1st Place: T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc., San Diego, Calif., for Reunion Trails

Multiple Applications, Over 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: Belarde Company, Woodinville, Wash., for East Bay Public Plaza

Multiple Applications, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Cornerstone Decorative Concrete, Fennville, Mich., for Hudsonville Winery / Pike 51 Brewery

Multiple Applications, Under 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: Artistic Concrete Surfaces, Olathe, Kan., for Holton Residence

Stained, Under 5,000 SF, 1st Place: Hyde Concrete, Annapolis, Md., for Spice 6

Stained, Under 5,000 SF, 2nd Place: TODDRose Decorative Concrete, Inc., Lincoln, Neb., for Defy Gravity

Honorable Mention: Creative Construction by Design, Danville, Ill., for Pine Crest Elementary School

San Diego’s New Central Library by Morley Construction, Santa Monica, CA won the WOW! Award for best overall project.

The entries were judged by Rebecca Wasieleski, Concrete Contractor; Bob Harris, Decorative Concrete Institute; Chris Sullivan, Chemsystems, Inc.; and Michael Paul, Duffield & Associates.

The Decorative Concrete Council is composed of contractors, manufacturers and suppliers of decorative concrete products. The Council is dedicated to improving the technical and business expertise of the contractors that pursue this specialty market.

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