Architectural Merit: Cast-in-place concrete buildings or structures in which the architectural considerations or architectural design predominantly determined the look and design of the overall project and the architectural design was enhanced or enabled by cast-in-place concrete.
Structural Design Merit: Cast-in-place concrete buildings or structures in which structural engineering considerations predominantly determined the structural design and the design was enhanced or enabled by cast-in-place concrete.
Material Development and Innovation: Applications in which material innovation or specialized construction techniques were developed to improve the overall performance of the cast-in-place concrete and/or reduce cost without sacrificing project performance.
Sustainable Concrete Construction: Projects in which concrete or concrete materials were used to minimize the economic, social and environmental impact of the project. The purpose of this award is to encourage the construction of responsible, innovative cast-in-place concrete designs that are sensitive to the environment while meeting the needs of the public, owner and occupants. Buildings need not be LEED™ certified to qualify.
Industrial / Agricultural: Cast-in-place concrete buildings or structures including, but not limited to, dams, wastewater treatment plants, agricultural facilities, storage silos and bio-fuel plants. Judging will be based on uniqueness and effective use of the cast-in-place concrete.
Transportation: Bridges, roads and other municipal and infrastructure projects that predominantly utilize cast-in-place concrete. Cast-in-place concrete ramps and transit projects will also be judged in this category with regard to workmanship, ride, quality control, contractor management and project complexity.
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