The Decorative Concrete Award winners represent the best in decorative concrete.
Take a look at the 2011 Decorative Concrete and Readers' Choice winners.
See the 2010 winners, honorable mentions, and entries.
The Conservancy set out to renovate the zoo's Tropical House.
The playground is anchored by a realistic 20-foot-tall treehouse.
The play area celebrates the natural history of the site and the region.
Graded and formed pool house with ½" steel rebar and 12" forms including setting of water lines and drainage for bathroom.
All plywood down on driveway and lawn so as not to damage property.
Dug out all clay and put in new drainage with excavator and skid steer.
Woodland Elementary School will open fall 2009 for kindergarten through fifth grade, as well as Head Start and district offices.
The homeowners of this project, Tracy and Mark Halbersleben, live on the California coast and spend most of their summers in Hawaii.
A welcoming round table awaits your arrival as a reception desk at First Team Real Estate in Newport Beach, Calif.
Once again the editors of Concrete Constuction magazine reviewed the decorative projects they received and chose the best of the best.
View this year's entries.
The Harley-Davidson Museum features a diamond-polished floor with understated sheens and no gloss finishes.
CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION's selection for the Decorative Concrete Project of the Year is the Venetian Macau Casino, in Macau, China.
A permanent installation found in Chicago's Grant Park features Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz's 9-foot-tall iron cast sculptures of 106 walking torsos frozen in motion. The project's name Agora means a public marketplace or forum in Greek.
Mike Schroer, an owner of Bob's Produce Ranch, wanted a minimum maintenance floor to enhance their fresh food-oriented neighborhood grocery. A grocery store design team representative suggested polished concrete. Schroer investigated, installed the floor, and now hopes to use polished concrete in...
Whole Foods Market grocery stores have for many years been a leader in the use of decorative concrete floors. For their new store in Duluth, Georgia, they took a leap forward, partnering with an all-star team to gain Concrete Construction's recognition as the 2006 Decorative Concrete Project of the...
The new Biotechnology-Science-Engineering Building tells the story of what happens when embedded scientific images made of metal and stone add depth and intrigue to a concrete floor.
Each new project offers Ralph Gasser a new opportunity for creativity. This time, he created stencil patterns, used crumpled aluminum foil as a texturing tool, and doubled countertop formliner nosing as edges for a wheelchair ramp and a bathroom backsplash.
The inspired use of decorative concrete is on full display in this wonderful children's playground.
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