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ACI Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards Call for 2022 Entries

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New for the 2022, ACI now invites companies or organizations that do not have an ACI chapter or partner award program available in their area to self-nomination their project in this prestigious award program.

The American Concrete Institute – a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards on concrete – has announced an additional path for project nomination for their 2022 Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards, making it easier for companies and organizations to achieve recognition for their work.

Any concrete project that has won an ACI chapter award is automatically considered for the Excellence Awards. Other projects can also be nominated by ACI chapter officials or an ACI international partner. For companies or organizations that do not have an ACI chapter or partner award program available in their area, self-nomination is a solution. For this option, a non-refundable $500 nomination fee is required. The fee helps cover administrative costs and allows the program to continue to grow. Entries for the 2022 ACI Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards are due Friday, April 29, 2022. To self-nominate a project, visit the ACI website.

“The option for self-nomination is a marvelous enhancement of the awards program, ensuring recognition for the best of what’s out there,” said Michael J. Paul, former Chair of the International Project Awards Committee (IPAC).

Nominated projects must be of new construction, substantially completed within 36 months of the submission deadline. Requirements include:

  • A project description (300 words or fewer) that assists judges in their deliberations and is used in program and communication materials.
  • A description of how concrete was featured in the project (500 words or fewer). This portion of the application should address what makes the project unique or complex.

ACI’s Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards recognize projects that exhibit innovation and complexity, as well as showcase the value provided by concrete as a material. There are seven award categories (Low-Rise Structures, Mid-Rise Structures, High-Rise Structures, Infrastructure, Repair and Restoration, Decorative Concrete and Flatwork). Each year, first- and second-place winners are declared in each of the seven categories, with one project selected to receive the overall Excellence Award. Winners are announced at an annual awards gala that takes place during the fall ACI Concrete Convention. Judges for the Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards program are independent industry professionals who have technical expertise in each award category, as well as domestic and international project experience.

“The Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards program continues to grow, and with emphasis shifting to industry-wide participation, it demonstrates that ACI lives up to its motto: ‘Always advancing,’” said Chris Forster, former Chapter Activities Committee and National Chapter Concrete Award Task Group Chair.

The annual awards gala, with announcement of winners, will be held during the fall ACI Concrete Convention in Dallas, Texas, on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022.

Learn more at ACIExcellence.org.

Always advancing – The American Concrete Institute is a leading global authority for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, and educational, training, & certification programs. Founded in 1904, ACI is headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, with a regional office in Dubai, UAE, and a resource center in Southern California. Visit concrete.org for additional information.

 

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