2016 DCC Winners


Battery Park - T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc., San Diego, CA

In anticipation of the 75th Anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge, the National Parks Conservancy decided to make improvements to Battery East by adding bicycle and pedestrian paths, stadium style seating, and accessible viewing areas. 

625 H St. - Hyde Concrete, Pasadena, MD

625 H Street is in Washington D.C. where the desire for the modern concrete look is high. Once the architects saw the workmanship of the cementious wall finish, and detailed and sealed columns, the scope of the project increased greatly.

Fashion Show Mall - T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc., San Diego, CA

A high profile fixture on the Las Vegas strip, this project required special attention to logistics, in addition to dealing with wide ranging temperatures and numerous specified finishes. 

Musas Museum of Art of Sonora - Concrete by Hallack, Turlock, CA

This project was a combination installation and training in Sonora, Mexico. After meeting the general contractor at World of Concrete, a site visit was scheduled, material was procured and brokered into Mexico, and the training / installation was scheduled. 

Highway 299 Curve Improvement - Trademark Concrete Systems, Anaheim, CA

This project involved staining 11,500 SF of a concrete retaining wall, ranging in height from 5’ to 48’.

Denver Int’l Airport South Terminal Expansion - Colorado Hardscapes, Denver, CO

Continuing a two-year tradition of having unique projects win this category, Colorado Hardscapes’ airport expansion is a non-traditional polishing project - - bench seating. 

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum - Dancer Concrete Design, Fort Wayne, IN

The historic museum required an abundance of patience to complete the detailed work. Having to re-mobilize often to allow the museum to remain open during construction added to the difficulty. Achieving the clean lines that caught the judges’ eye, required over two miles of tape and plastic. 

Dover Heights Residence - Honestone Pty Ltd, Tuggerah, NSW, AU

Australia’s polished concrete overlay market still in its infancy, this project called for a huge leap of faith from Sam Crawford Architects and the homeowner. Honestone, however, relishes this kind of challenge.

I805 DAR - T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc., San Diego, CA

The project at East Palomar Street in Chula Vista, CA was 133,000 SF of pervious concrete and 21,000 SF of Lithocrete.

Pyrmont Fire Station - Honestone Pty Ltd, Tuggerah, NSW, AU

This inner city fire station that doubled the building size, involved blending new with old over a total of four levels. 

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