All of the concrete polishing entries display why this is one of the most promising and growing segments of concrete construction.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 02, 2011
CONCRETE SURFACES, published by Hanley Wood LLC, is pleased to announce the winners in its first Polished Concrete Awards.
In all, 45 projects from around the world were entered in seven different categories. Also, the winner in the Readers’ Choice Category received almost 700 online votes.
The categories were Commercial, Educational, Industrial, Craftsman, Retail, Institutional, and Residential. Projects ranged from an airport hangar to school buildings, and from residences to office buildings. In some categories, projects representing both existing construction and repair and rehab construction were honored.
“All of the concrete polishing entries display why this is one of the most promising and growing segments of concrete construction,” said Tom Bagsarian, editor of CONCRETE SURFACES. "The contractors proudly exhibited their best in workmanship and expertise.”
The winners of the 2011 Concrete Polishing Awards are:
New: Jack Roush Aviation Hangar, Eric Wayne Inc.
Repair/Rehab: The Landing Sports Center, Truglaze Ltd.
New: Naked Naturals Organic Grocery, Truglaze Ltd.
Repair/Rehab: 16 Main Watercloset, 16 Main Mosaics
New: Lounge at Target Field, Bulach Custom Rock LLC
Repair/Rehab: Sam’s Club, Edwards Concrete Co.
New: Sarasota Fire Station No. 10, Edwards Concrete Co.
Repair/Rehab: Oceanside Museum of Art, Mark Beamish Waterproofing
New: Solyndra Fab 2, Diacon Inc.
Repair/Rehab: Michael Weinig, Eric Wayne Inc.
Oral Roberts University Mabee Center, By Design Contracting
Levin Residence, GLC3/Couture Concrete Systems
St. Charles Cemetery Welcome Center, Green Earth Floors
To see descriptions and photos of all of the winning projects and of the other entries, visit http://www.concretesurfacesmag.com.
The International Concrete Polishing and Staining Conference, held Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 2011, in Duluth, Ga., sponsors the CONCRETE SURFACES 2011 Polished Concrete Awards. Winners have been invited to the event where they will be recognized. CONCRETE SURFACES is the official publication of the conference.
Winning projects will be published in the November 2011 issue of CONCRETE SURFACES. CONCRETE SURFACES is published six times a year as a supplement in CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION magazine. Its readers polish, coat, treat, and repair concrete surfaces. It also is an official publication of World of Concrete.
About Hanley Wood, LLC
Hanley Wood is a leading business-to-business media company focused on the residential and commercial construction and design industries. Its diverse portfolio includes magazines, Web sites, e-newsletters, exhibitions and conferences, custom marketing and data services.
Hanley Wood is comprised of four operating platforms: Business Media, which publishes more than 30 magazines, featuring Builder and Architect magazine, along with related websites, e-newsletters, and conferences; Exhibitions, which produces marquee events such as World of Concrete, bringing residential and commercial construction professionals face-to-face with manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and service providers; Market Intelligence, which collects and aggregates proprietary data sets that capture hundreds of pieces of profile and material information about housing developments in more than 75 housing markets; and Marketing, which plans, creates, and executes strategic and integrated marketing solutions for its clients. http://www.hanleywood.com.
About International Concrete Polishing and Staining Conference
The International Concrete Polishing and Staining Conference has been established by an independent group of concrete polishing contractors. Its purpose is to offer venues in which to learn techniques and procedures as well as show the latest industry technology.
These annual events present an unbiased look at what the industry has to offer in technology and knowledge. ICPSC is not affiliated with any industry manufacturers or providers.
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