Cultural Projects

Tilt-Up Concrete Association Announces Winners of 23rd Annual Achievement Awards
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Tilt-Up Concrete Association Announces Winners of 23rd Annual Achievement Awards

The Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) (Booth C4543) announced the recipients of... More

Harold D. Rider Family Media, Science & Fine Arts Center
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Harold D. Rider Family Media, Science & Fine Arts Center

With the addition of the Harold D. Rider Family Media, Science & Fine Arts Center,... More

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Bobcat Finds a Home at the Smithsonian

The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History recently acquired 56 cubic feet of records from Bobcat Co., which manufactures compact construction and agricultural equipment and is based in North Dakota. More

Lincoln Memorial Plaza Renovations
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Lincoln Memorial Plaza Renovations

More than 3.6 million people visit the Lincoln Memorial every year. That adds up... More

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Kellogg Park Underwater Map

This unique project took four years to develop, according to Chris Klemaske, project developer. More

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One World Theater Plaza

Spanning more than 10,000 square feet, this project combined spray-on concrete, staining, and scoring. Bright vivid colors of aqua, purple, orange, and reds create a unique lotus-like motif design and a sunburst shape on the outer area of the project space. More

2008 Decorative Concrete Project of the Year: The Harley-Davidson Museum
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2008 Decorative Concrete Project of the Year: The Harley-Davidson Museum

The Harley-Davidson Museum features a diamond-polished floor with understated... More

Perfect Polishing
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Perfect Polishing

In 2002, a few contractors aggressively marketed the concept of diamond polished... More

Concrete Artists and Their Craft
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Concrete Artists and Their Craft

Concrete artists represent a variety of talents. Some creatively express... More

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Water Travel -The Baltimore Aquarium

The 65,000-square-foot addition to the National Aquarium in Baltimore is a 10-story structural concrete and glass building that began in September 2002. The specification called for the concrete to be placed in one monolithic pour to ensure a perfect finish. The solution was to use self-consolidating concrete (SCC) and pour the entire height of the columns in a single pour without vibration. More

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