2019 DCC Winners

 
     

Overlays – ¼” - 2” / Under 5000 SF

888 at Grand Hope Park | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Trademark Concrete Systems

  • First Place: Cast-in-place – Special Finishes / Over 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

At 888 Grand Hope Park, Trademark created a new amenity space on top of an existing 8-story parking garage in downtown LA.  The deck consists of 15,300 SF of decorative concrete paving and 1,700 LF of curbs and walls.  The biggest challenge was constructing the CIP concrete benches and walls, as they were placed over foam, and the height and width of the battered walls varied constantly.  

Miller Park Amphitheater | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | T.B. Penick & Sons

  • First Place: Cast-in-place – Special Finishes / Under 5000 SF
  • First Place: Multiple Applications / Under 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

Penick collaborated on the design and installation of the splash pad with Aquatic Design Group and their inhouse mosaic artist.  The integrally-colored, quarried-stone finish concrete work and monolithically-embedded mosaic tile design reflect the pattern found on San Bernardino’s largest library, adjacent to the site.  

Karpal Singh Promenade | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Bomanite Malaysia

  • First Place: Cast-in-place – Stamped / Over 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

This multi-faceted promenade extends two kilometers along the coast in Penang, Malaysia.  Decorative concrete treatments include a scalloped border separating the fishscale portion from the beach-like sandscape, circular seating, pedestrian walkways, a “Sunbird” feature, a sculpture base and a stylized conch shell under the pergola.  

Royal River Front | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Salzano Custom Concrete

  • First Place: Cast-in-place – Stamped / Under 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

The objective was to convert a heavily wooded side yard of this A-frame mountain house into usable space that blended with local nature.  The patio features a center firepit, hanging swing, enough landscape lighting to confuse the local airport (the contractor’s opinion), and a concrete combination of a wide wood plank pattern with a unique river rock pattern to add visual interest.

Albukhary International University | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Bomanite Malaysia

  • First Place: Concrete Artistry / Over 5000 SF
  • First Place: Multiple Applications / Over 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

Multiple finishes were employed to complement and enhance the Moorish Islamic architecture of the buildings, which are interconnected with walkways and driveways.  Fountains in the courtyards are covered with exposed aggregate in black and golden-brown pebbles.  

Sawmill Lakes Recreation Center Splashpad | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Bullion Coatings

  • First Place: Concrete Artistry / Under 5000 SF
  • First Place: Decorative Coatings / Under 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

This splashpad features Sundek products in an array of colors and patterns. It was designed to mimic the swamps of Louisiana with stars reflected in the water.  The design consists of fourteen custom colors, 400 stars, six “constellations,” three template trees, four colors on the “grass” area, and a four-color template moon. 

Celebrino Event Center | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Sundek of Austin

  • First Place: Cementitious Overlays / Over 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

Sundek was given four days to complete this 13,000 SF hardscape.  On Monday four crews worked all day on prep.  Tuesday, they applied the base coat and prepared the hand-taped design.  On Wednesday, the Sundek Classic Texture system and base colors with three-color aggregate effects were applied.  

Faux Wood Plank Porch | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Intricate Concrete

  • First Place: Cementitious Overlays / Under 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

This glue-covered, plain gray, front porch was converted into a focal point with less than $500 worth of materials.  The owner gave Intricate Concrete creative license to use a concrete overlayment to simulate a wood plank entry.  

TechSpace | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Hyde Concrete

  • First Place: Polished / Over 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

The owner chose durable and LEED friendly polished concrete for the common areas and corridors.  To add another layer of dimension, and to enhance the overall theme, stained lines were included in the finish.  

Bennett, NC Garage/Man Cave | 2019 DCC Award Winner | ASCC | Scout’s Custom Concrete

  • First Place: Polished / Under 5000 SF
  • First Place: Winners 2019

The flatwork contractor for this garage had burned the concrete with his trowel machine, leaving behind unsightly black marks.  The owner hoped they could somehow be incorporated into the finished product.  

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