ACPA seeks project submissions for 2017 Excellence in Concrete Pavements Awards

Updated Jun 1, 2017
The Highlands Ranch, Colorado, project is one of the largest concrete pavement preservation projects to have ever been undertaken. (Photo: Courtesy of International Grooving and Grinding Association/Douglas County Department of Public Works Engineering)The Highlands Ranch, Colorado, project is one of the largest concrete pavement preservation projects to have ever been undertaken. (Photo: Courtesy of International Grooving and Grinding Association/Douglas County Department of Public Works Engineering)

The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) is seeking submissions for its 2017 Excellence in Concrete Pavements awards for projects completed in 2016.

The deadline is July 7, with the award winners set to be recognized at the ACPA 54th Annual Meeting Awards Banquet Nov. 30 at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego, California.

The awards, given out for 27 consecutive years, recognize contractors, engineers and project owners for quality concrete pavements constructed in the U.S. and Canada.

“The awards program encourages high-quality workmanship in every concrete pavement project and serves as a forum for sharing information about highly successful projects,” ACPA says. “The awards program encourages high-quality workmanship in every concrete pavement project and serves as a forum for sharing information about highly successful projects.”

Project categories include:

Divided Highways (Urban)
Divided Highways (Rural)
State Roads
County Roads
Municipal Streets & Intersections (<30,000 SY)
Municipal Streets & Intersections (>30,000 SY) 
Urban Arterials & Collectors
Commercial Service & Military Airports
Reliever & General Aviation Airports
Concrete Pavement Restoration (CPR)
Concrete Overlays (Airports)
Concrete Overlays (Highways)
Concrete Overlays (Streets and Roads)
Industrial Paving
Roller Compacted Concrete (Industrial)
Roller Compacted Concrete (Special Application)

More details are available by contacting Andy Gieraltowski at andyg@acpa.org. Submissions can be made at http://www.acpa.org/acpa-excellence-in-concrete-paving-awards/.