ACPA names winners of 2019 Excellence in Concrete Pavement Awards

The award-winning projects were paved by 23 different contractors

December 09, 2019
The ACPA Concrete Pavement Awards Gold Winner in the State Roads category is Route 36 Osborn Curve Reconstruction, DeKalb County, Missouri
The ACPA Concrete Pavement Awards Gold Winner in the State Roads category is Route 36 Osborn Curve Reconstruction, DeKalb County, Missouri. Image: ACPA

The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) today announced the recipients of its 30th Annual Excellence in Concrete Pavements awards, which recognize quality concrete pavements constructed in the U.S. and Canada.

The awards program encourages high-quality workmanship, quality and creativity in constructing, rehabilitating and restoring concrete pavement projects.

The award-winning projects were paved by 23 different contractors. Projects are located in 15 ACPA areas represented by ACPA-affiliated chapters and state paving associations. The winners were determined by 41 professionals who devoted their time and expertise to serve as judges.

The program recognizes contractors, engineers, and project owners who completed outstanding projects.

Among the winners for Excellence in Concrete Pavements in the State Roads category, U.S. 6 Reconstruction, Noble County, Indiana, won the Silver Award while Route 36 Osborn Curve Reconstruction, DeKalb County, Missouri won the Gold Award. 

In the County Roads category, the Silver Award went to County Road T-26 Marble Rock, Floyd County in Iowa, while the Gold Award was given to County Road 47, Weld County in Colorado. 

The full list of winners can be found on the ACPA website.

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SOURCE: ACPA

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