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ASCC winners 2017
The Decorative Concrete Council recognized the winners of its ninth annual Decorative Concrete Awards competition in January of 2017.
ASCC Council Honors Winners of 2017 Decorative Concrete Awards
 
crowning the top brawl in the fall winner
Ellie Ellis had little experience in concrete, but her detailed molds and the gorgeous fireplace mantel she created proved enough to win over the judges.
Crowning the Top Brawler at the 2014 Concrete Decor Show
 
brawl in the fall san diego
Everything about the Brawl in the Fall at the 2016 Concrete Decor Show in San Diego was hot, hot, hot! Even the record-breaking 100+ degree heat.
Brawl in the Fall 2016 - Concrete Decor Show
 
cheng awards 2013
Fu-Tung Cheng Award Winner Integral Guitar Sink, by Jonathan Seaman Concrete Mix: Cheng D-FRC Color: Custom Project Location: Kentucky
Cheng Concrete Announces 2013 Winners of Bath Sink Contest
 
top brawl in the fall winner 2015
One of the standards the judges evaluate in this competition is the use of different materials and techniques, and Keefe Duhon achieved that goal.
Crowning The Top Brawler At The 2015 Concrete Decor Show
 
ASCC Council Honors Winners of 2017 Decorative Concrete Awards
Crowning the Top Brawler at the 2014 Concrete Decor Show
Brawl in the Fall 2016 - Concrete Decor Show
Cheng Concrete Announces 2013 Winners of Bath Sink Contest
Crowning The Top Brawler At The 2015 Concrete Decor Show
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Crowning the Top Brawler at the 2014 Concrete Decor Show

cast and carved concrete fireplaceNew to the Concrete Decor Show in 2014 was a Brawl in the Fall competition where eight preselected teams of decorative concrete professionals vied for a chance to win their part of $10,000 in cash and prizes, with the first-place team netting booty worth $5,000.

The 2015 Hall of Fame

Concrete Decor's Decorative Concrete Hall of Fame 2015The Decorative Concrete Hall of Fame is pleased to honor its inductees for 2015: Michael Murray and Chris Sullivan, and a posthumous induction for Michael Eastergard. The Hall of Fame will announce the group at the 2015 Concrete Decor Show.

Sundek Recognizes 42 Concrete Projects in 2017

Sundek Recognizes 42 Projects in 2017A total of 42 awards were presented at the 2017 Sundek Awards Banquet during the company’s 33rd annual convention in Hilton Fort Worth earlier this year.

All the Sights from 2011 Concrete Decor Show in Nashville

The blue Rocketown logo has been placed in the parking lot of Rocketown with the arrow pointing to the front door.A Nashville youth center gets a decorative concrete makeover as part of the 2011 Concrete Decor Show.

Concrete Play Day Medical Benefit in Seattle Raises Money and Spirits

Coloring a concrete leaf with a paint brush and concrete stain.These are images from the Seattle Concrete Play Day at Modern Concrete Design in Seattle. A regular event hosted around the country by consultant and trainer Tommy T. Cook. This particular play day was a benefit to help cover the medical expenses of concrete master Marco Lucioni, who has cancer.

Spray it Forward: The Decorative Concrete Community Gives Back

Spraying concrete as a way to teach the attendees proper technique.Decorative concrete overlays, stampings, fountains and countertops created from scratch. And the best part of all was that the majority of the work the artisans created are to become a permanent working part of Walla Walla County Fairgrounds.

2015 Concrete Canoe Competition winners

University of Florida's winning concrete canoeUniversity of Florida earned “America’s Cup of Civil Engineering” in June 2015 at the 28th annual American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) National Concrete Canoe Competition (NCCC). After three days of competition against 21 other teams, the University of Florida team and its canoe, ForeverGlades, came out on top.

Talking the Talk, Walking the WOC

The goal is to not only raise the knowledge and expertise of both veterans and newcomers to our industry, but equally importantly, to raise our own knowledge through interaction with all of you in the field.Walking the walk, not just talking the talk, is more important than ever for our young industry. As the polished concrete industry enters its second decade, we’re still the infants of the floor coating and floor covering industry, an industry that is worth more than 25 billion dollars annually.

Cheng Concrete's Circle of Distinction Winners named

 Using a form made of finish-grade plywood veneered with high gloss laminate, Carpenter decided on the cast-in-place method to develop a sense of visual movement by playing with and creating varied color striations in the monolithic piece.Fu-Tung Cheng announced the winners of Cheng Concrete’s 2012 Circle of Distinction Design Challenge honoring design and craftsmanship in decorative concrete. The Design Challenge featured nine entry categories.

Seasoned Santa Cruz contractor claims three firsts in ASCC competition

Tom Ralston Aruba project - Tom Ralston of Tom Ralston Concrete in Santa Cruz, California, returned home as the winningest recipient of the eighth annual Decorative Concrete Awards competition sponsored by the Decorative Concrete Council, a specialty council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors. Tom Ralston of Tom Ralston Concrete in Santa Cruz, California, returned home as the winningest recipient of the eighth annual Decorative Concrete Awards competition sponsored by the Decorative Concrete Council, a specialty council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors.

Remaking Rocketown with a Decorative Concrete Makeover

The blue Rocketown logo has been placed in the parking lot of Rocketown with the arrow pointing to the front door.A Nashville youth center gets a decorative concrete makeover as part of the 2011 Concrete Decor Show.

The ASCC Decorative Concrete Council 2012 Award Winners

The Ruppel Hardscape project  created by Tom Ralston Concrete for a home in Saratoga, Calif., won the WOW! AwardThe Decorative Concrete Council, a specialty council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors, has announced the winners of its fourth annual Awards competition for decorative concrete projects.

The 2013 Inductees

The Decorative Concrete Hall of Fame is pleased to honor its inductees for 2013: Ralph Gasser, Bill Stegmeier, Barbara Sargent and Byron Klemaske II. The Hall of Fame announced the group at the 2013 Concrete Decor Show.The Decorative Concrete Hall of Fame is pleased to honor its inductees for 2013: Ralph Gasser, Bill Stegmeier, Barbara Sargent and Byron Klemaske II. The Hall of Fame announced the group at the 2013 Concrete Decor Show.

Welcome to the Mall of Concrete at Decorative Concrete LIVE!

Circular banner with Decorative Concrete Live logo hanging at the World of Concrete.Decorative Concrete LIVE! turns its attention this year to concrete’s impact on retail space old and new with aesthetically pleasing and sustainable vertical and horizontal applications during World of Concrete.

Last chance! Enter WOC Decorative Concrete Demos, Cheng contest
Concrete Decor LIVE! Wows Canadian neighbors

Concrete Decor LIVE! debuts in Canada.Following the 2018 World of Concrete in Las Vegas, Concrete Decor magazine received a call from management at The Buildings Show in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, asking if it would be interested in hosting an event like Decorative Concrete LIVE! in Toronto inside the show’s World of Concrete pavilion.

The 2016 Inductees

2016 Decorative Concrete Hall of Fame winners from Bomanite, Butterfield Colors, GLC3 Concrete, and Couture Concrete.Dan Sieben, one of the founders of Bomanite, along with his Bomanite cohort, John “Jack” Dryden, are among the 2016 honorees. Joe Garceau of Butterfield Colors and George Lacker of GLC3 Concrete and Couture Concrete Systems round out this year’s selection. Sieben and Garceau were honored with plaques at a dinner Sept. 26 during the Concrete Decor Show events in San Diego. Lacker and Dryden were inducted posthumously.

L.M. Scofield Announces Decorative Concrete Award Winners

L. M. Scofield Co. has announced the winners of the third annual Decorative Concrete Awards contest. L. M. Scofield Co. has announced the winners of the third annual Decorative Concrete Awards contest. This contest is open to any contractor, architect or designer who uses or specifies Scofield systems.

Concrete Walkway for a State Trooper's Widow

Concrete walkway in front of slain state troopers homeCorporal Byron Dickson visited Bart Sacco’s workplace at Kingdom Products in Throop, Pennsylvania, a week before he was killed in an ambush shooting by Eric Frein, asking Sacco for a few tips on what would be involved with replacing the sidewalks in front of his home.

Four Chosen for Decorative Concrete Hall of Fame Honor

Four Chosen for Decorative Concrete Hall of Fame HonorThe Decorative Concrete Hall of Fame added four more names to its roster when it welcomed its newest members during a ceremony and dinner held Monday, Nov. 6, at the 2017 Concrete Decor Show in Palm Harbor, Florida. Ben Ashby, David De Angelis and Glen Roman received plaques during the gala, while Francis “Sully” Sullivan was inducted posthumously.

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