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ICRI Announces 2021 Award Winners

ICRI Announces 2021 Award Winners

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The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) announced the winners of its 2021 Project Awards. This year, three finalists were chosen for the Project of the Year and the winner was announced at the annual awards luncheon presentation on October 12, 2021. ICRI presented the Project of the Year Award to Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates out of Indianapolis for The Assembly: Jumpstarting the Historic Ford Assembly Building.
Originally constructed in 1915 as an automobile assembly facility, the Indianapolis Ford Assembly building was one of approximately two dozen Ford assembly buildings built at the turn of the century as part of Ford’s vision for regional automobile assembly buildings and sales floors. The original exterior of the building comprised brick masonry with terra cotta accents and a terra cotta cornice on the north facade. The Indianapolis building was listed on the national register in 1986. The redevelopment project required extensive exterior repairs including nearly 13,000 square feet of concrete repairs on the east and west facades. The north and south gables of the building were so severely deteriorated and displaced, removal and rebuilding of the brick and terra cotta gables was required and included installation of new precast concrete girders to span original window openings. The project commenced in 2017 and was completed in October of 2020 at a cost of nearly $38 million.
In addition to the Project Awards, ICRI announced the winners of their first Safety Awards program. Receiving the President’s Award for Safety was PULLMAN out of Monroeville, New Jersey while the Runner Up Award for Safety was awarded to Restoration Systems, Inc. from Chaska, Minnesota. The Safety Award was created to recognize those judged most successful in creating, implementing and growing a strong safety culture in the repair and restoration industry.
ICRI awarded eight additional 2021 Awards of Excellence:
Historic Category                      SMUD Museum of Science & CuriosityProject of the Year FinalistSacramento, CaliforniaSubmitted by Sika Corporation USA
Longevity Category                   Terminal TowerProject of the Year FinalistCleveland, OhioSubmitted by Sika Corporation USA
High-Rise Category                   The Leamington Building
Oakland, California
Submitted by Sika Corporation USA
ICRI 2021 Awards of Excellence continued:
Parking Structures Category      National Capital BankWashington, District of Columbia
Submitted by Concrete Protection & Restoration, Inc.
Special Projects Category          St. Joseph Catholic Church
Marysville, California
Submitted by Sika Corporation USA
Transportation Category            The Don Cesar – Entrance Ramp & Bridge Repair
St. Pete Beach, Florida
Submitted by Tadjer-Cohen-Edelson Associates, Inc.
Water Structures Category         Repair and Protection of a 1950s-era WastewaterDigester Tank Structure: Gold Bar Digester No. 3
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Submitted by RJC Engineers
Water Structures Category         Extending the Service Life of Oil Docks at Port of Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi, Texas
Submitted by VCS, Inc.
Detailed descriptions of the winning projects will be published in the November/December 2021 issue of the Concrete Repair Bulletin.
ICRI also awarded eight Awards of Merit:
Historic Category                       Historical Restoration of Newtown Turnpike Bridge
Newington, Connecticut
Submitted by The Euclid Chemical Company
Industrial Category                    Prill Tower Repair Extends Service Life                                                Lima, Ohio                                                Submitted by PULLMAN
Longevity Category                   Arizona Dam Spillway Repair Project                                                Phoenix, Arizona                                                Submitted by Gervasio & Associates, Inc.
Low-Rise Category                    SSA Arthur J. Altmeyer Building                                                Baltimore, Maryland                                                Submitted by Sika Corporation USA
ICRI Awards of Merit continued:
Parking Structures Category      6th Street Parkade Post-Tensioning RetrofitBismarck, North DakotaSubmitted by Vector Construction
Parking Structures Category      Dallas City Hall Plaza Parking Garage RepairsDallas, Texas
Submitted by JQ Engineering, LLP
Special Project Category           Wichita Falls ISD Memorial Stadium Assessment and RepairsWichita Falls, Texas
Submitted by JQ Engineering, LLP
Water Structures Category         Barbours Cut Terminal – Container Wharf Expansion DesignHouston, TexasSubmitted by Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
About ICRI
The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) is an association of concrete repair and restoration professionals and is a leading resource for education and information to improve the quality of repair, restoration, and protection of concrete and other structures in accordance with consensus data. Founded in 1988, ICRI is made up of contractors, design professionals, and manufacturers that work together to improve the education and training of the concrete repair industry.


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