HNA Hardscape Project Award Winners Announced

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The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) along with the Brick Industry Association and National Concrete Masonry Association are pleased to announce the 2nd Annual HNA Hardscape Project Award winners. A total of 22 award winners were recognized in an awards ceremony on Saturday, January 17th at the Cobb Galleria Centre, Atlanta, GA during the Hardscape North America trade show.

The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) along with the Brick Industry Association and National Concrete Masonry Association are pleased to announce the 2nd Annual HNA Hardscape Project Award winners. The Hardscape Project Awards recognize outstanding hardscape projects by contractors in residential and commercial/industrial applications. These projects include but are not limited to walkways, patios, driveways, plazas, parking lots, etc. In just its second year the awards program received more than 135 entries. A total of 22 award winners were recognized in an awards ceremony on Saturday, January 17th at the Cobb Galleria Centre, Atlanta, GA during the Hardscape North America trade show.

The Commercial/Industrial HNA Hardscape Project Awards winners were recognized in categories of clay brick, concrete paver, segmental retaining wall and a combination of all hardscape products in project sizes of 1,000 to 10,000 square feet, 10,000 to 50,000 square feet and more than 50,000 square feet. The Commercial/Industrial award winners are:
Combination

  •     1,000 -10,000 sq. feet

Villa Roma Hotel Project
Contractor: Lighthouse Designs & Development
Smithtown, NY

  •     10,000 -50,000 sq. feet

Vinings Mountain Condominiums
Contractor: Site Scapes, LLC
Lawrenceville, GA

  •     More than 50,000 sq. feet

the Renaissance at Colony Park
Contractor: Site Tech
Roswell, GA
Concrete Paver

  •     1,000 -10,000 sq. feet

Outdoor Employee Synergy Zone
Contractor: Singing Hill Landscape, Inc.
Aurora, CO

  •     10,000-50,000 sq. feet

The F Street Connectivity Project
Contractor: East Penn Pavement Company
Anchorage, AK

  •     More than 50,000 sq. feet

Towne of Ave Maria Aquatics Sports Park
Contractor: Perfect Pavers, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Clay Brick

  •     1,000 -10,000 sq. feet

NCSU Wolf Sculpture Plaza
Contractor: Fred Adams Paving
Morrisville, NC

  •     10,000 -50,000 sq. feet

Promenade Circle
Contractor: Church Brick South, LLC
Thorofare, NJ

  •     More than 50,000 sq. feet

Meadows at Lake Saint Louis
Contractor: Rosch Company
St. Louis, MO
Segmental Retaining Wall

  •     1,000 -10,000 sq. feet

Knollwood Military Retirement Residence
Contractor: TerraStructures
Skippack, PA

  •     10,000 -50,000 sq. feet

Briarcliff Village
Contractor: BC Hardscapes
Claycomo, MO

The Residential HNA Hardscape Project Awards recognized outstanding residential projects in clay brick, concrete paver, segmental retaining wall and a combination of all hardscape products in projects of under 1,000 square feet, 1,000 to 5,000 square feet and more than 5,000 square feet.
Combination

  •     Under 1,000 sq. feet

Kildeer Residence
Contractor: Poul's Landscaping & Nursery
Long Grove, IL

  •     1,000 -5,000 sq. feet (tie)

Toth Residence
Contractor: Impact Landscaping
Norton, OH

  •     1,000 -5,000 sq. feet (tie)

Wengert Residence
Contractor: Tinberg Turf
Bonner Springs, KS

  •     More than 5,000 sq. feet

Tolan Residence
Contractor: Wallace Hardscapes
Pensacola, FL
Concrete Paver

  •     Under 1,000 sq. feet

Zakow Residence
Contractor: Harmony Hill Landscaping, Inc
Fishkill, NY

  •     1,000 -5,000 sq. feet

Hanley Residence
Contractor: Landis Construction
Lebanon, PA

  •     More than 5,000 sq. feet

Gaudio Residence
Contractor: The Deck and Patio Company
Huntington Station, NY
Clay Brick

  •     1,000 -5,000 sq. feet

Kessman Residence
Contractor: Island Associates
Massapequa, NY

  •     More than 5,000 sq. feet

Bay Area Residence
Contractor: Couch Brick Pavers
Odessa, FL
Segmental Retaining Wall

  •     1,000 -5,000 sq. feet

Jahn's Residence
Contractor: MDC Contracting
Charlevoix, MI

Honorable Mentions

Concrete Pavers
Residential Under 1,000 sf
Berger Residence, Cumming, Georgia
Contractor: Flintstone Paver Installations
Residential 1,000-5,000 sf
Weimer Residence, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Contractor: Landis Construction

Residential Over 5,000 sf
Private Residence, Dallas Texas
Contractor: Precision Pavers

Commercial 1,000-10,000 sf
Florida State University, Panama City, Florida
Contractor: Pav'R Construction

Commercial 10,000-50,000 sf
Jackie Robison Stadium, Daytona Beach,Florida
Contractor: Alvarez Construction

Commercial Over 50,000 sf
London Square, Miami, Florida
Contractor: Stone Age Pavers

Combination
Residential Under 1,000 sf
Lea Residence, Westerville, Ohio
Contractor: The Clearwater Group

Residential 1,000-5,000 sf
Kellogg Residence, Milford, Michigan
Contractor: 3D Landscape Design Group
Miller Residence, Flushing, Michigan
Contractor: Pajtas Companies Inc.

Residential Over 5,000 sf
Magid Residence, Wayne, New Jersey
Contractor: Monello Landscape Industries, LLC
Homes by Jones Model Home, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Contractor: Stone Age Pavers, Inc.

Commercial 1,000-10,000 sf
Bank Headquarters/Watkins Center, Midlothian, Virginia
Contractor: James River Exteriors Products, Inc.

Commercial 10,000-50,000 sf
Copley Place, Copley, Ohio
Contractor: Impact Landscaping & Irrigation, Inc.

Commercial Over 50,000 sf
Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center, Buford, Georgia
Contractor: Site Scapes LLC

Clay Brick
Commercial 1,000-10,000 sf
Freedman's Cemetery Memorial, Salisbury, NC
Contractor: Oak Grove

Commercial Over 50,000 sf
Avenue Forsyth, Cumming, GA
Contractor:Site Tech

Segmental Retaining Walls
Commercial 1,000-10,000 sf
Price Glover Law Firm Office, Tuscaloosa, AL
Contractor: Superior Walls & Pavers

Commercial 10,000-50,000 sf
McEwen Drive, Franklin, TN
Contractor: Red Allison Companies, Inc.

To learn more about the outstanding hardscape projects recognized as a HNA Hardscape Project Award winner or the Hardscape North America trade show, visit hardscapena.com. The award winning project descriptions and photos are available upon request.

HNA is produced by the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute and endorsed by the Brick Industry Association, Georgia Chapter American Concrete Institute, the National Concrete Masonry Association and the North Carolina Nursery and Landscape Association. HNA would like to thank the following 2009 sponsors for their support. Platinum Sponsors: Belgard; Hanson Hardscape Products; Pathfinder Systems; PAVE TECH, INC./Hardscape Outfitters; Pine Hall Brick; Snap Edge Corporation; SRW Products; Techni-Seal, Inc.; Weber MT. Gold Sponsor: Hess Machinery, Ltd. Silver Sponsors: Alliance Designer Products, Inc.; The Belden Brick Company; KOBRA Molds, LLC; Sebastian Muller AG; Strata Systems, Inc.; Surebond, Inc.

About BIA
The Brick Industry Association (BIA) is the national trade association representing distributors and manufacturers of clay brick and suppliers of related products and services. The Association is involved in a broad range of technical, research, marketing, government relations and communications activities. It is the recognized national authority on brick construction. For more about BIA, visit http://www.brickinfo.org

About GCACI
Georgia Chapter, ACI was formed in 1965 to bring together various individuals and groups who have an interest in concrete, for the purpose of discussing and disseminating technical and education information. visit http://www.georgiachapteraci.org

About Hardscape North America
Hardscape North America (HNA) is THE Hardscape show for contractors. Its focus is to bring top notch education including certification courses, products and technology to contractors and installers who build segmental pavements and retaining walls and also to provide networking opportunities. HNA features indoor and outdoor exhibits displaying state of the art tools and products and trade floor demonstrations and offers the latest technology for contractors. To learn more about HNA, visit http://HardscapeNA.com

About ICPI
The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) represents producers, suppliers, contractors, design professionals and consultants. ICPI promotes the highest product standards through ICPI product certification and installation guidelines through ICPI concrete paver installer certification. ICPI publishes the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Magazine, along with marketing and technical resources for design professionals, contractors and homeowners. The Hardscape North America trade show for hardscape contractors is also produced by ICPI. Applications for pavers include driveways, patios, plazas, walkways, roofs, airports, streets, ports and stadiums. To learn more about ICPI, visit http://www.icpi.org

About NCMA
The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA), established in 1918, is the national trade association representing the concrete masonry industry. The Association is involved in a broad range of technical, research, marketing, government relations and communications activities. To learn more about NCMA, visit http://ncma.org.

About NCNLA
The North Carolina Association of Nurserymen and the North Carolina Landscape & Grounds Management Association voted to merge October 1, 2006 into the North Carolina Nursery and Landscape Association, Inc. The North Carolina Nursery and Landscape Association (NCNLA) is a membership organization of firms interested in the welfare of North Carolina's green industry with emphasis on the nursery and landscape industries. Members include wholesale growers, retailers, suppliers, landscapers, horticulture students and educators. To learn more about NCNLA, visit http://www.ncnla.com.

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