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Bomanite is happy to present the Annual Decorative Concrete Project Award winners! The Bomanite Company held their Annual Conference in Fresno, CA this year where winners of the 2017 Awards were announced. Bomanite Licensee Colorado Hardscapes located in Denver, Colorado, received the Grand Award for their outstanding project DELO – Downtown East Louisville. The streetscape was completed with the Bomanite Sandscape Texture system, while seat walls and columns reflected the Sandscape Refined System, the detail and work showcased immense talent and design for this up and coming community.

Colorado Hardscapes DELO project also took a Gold award for the Best Exposed Aggregate Systems Over 12,000 sq. ft. as well as a Gold for their Private Residence exposed aggregate work in the Under 12,000 sq. ft. category.

Bomanite Licensee, Musselman and Hall Contractors, located in Missouri, brought home two Gold Awards. A Gold Award was received for their Bomanite Custom Polishing Systems work for the Cerner Innovation Campus project. Bomanite Integral Color with the Renaissance Custom Polishing system was installed throughout the interior of the building; lobby, corridors, common spaces, dining hall and café. Their project MMGY, a travel marketing firm, earned a Gold with their renovation of an 800-sq. ft. lobby cork floor. The Bomanite Custom Polishing Modena System provided a fast track solution producing a stunning white winning polished concrete floor.

Licensee, Edwards Concrete, located in Winter Garden, Florida, was awarded the Gold Award for the Best Imprint Systems Over 12,000 sq. ft. Project for their work at the Tanger Outlets in Daytona Beach. Breaking the mold of a traditional outlet mall, Tanger Outlets Daytona styling is a combination of beach-industrial and mid-century modern where brand name stores occupy the interior space connected by the decorative concrete outdoor walkways and plaza spaces.

Heritage Bomanite, located in Fresno, California received the Gold Award for the Best Imprint Systems Under 12,000 sq. ft. The grand display of pool decking, cascading waterfall, cabana space, quaint sitting areas with firepits, bocce ball courtyard, state of the art cook’s outdoor kitchen with concrete countertops is a residential backyard entertainment venue for all.

Bulach Custom Rock, Bomanite Licensee located in Minnesota grabbed a Gold for the Best Toppings Systems Project. Their work on the Great Wolf Lodge showcases the mixed designs that can be used with the Bomanite Thin-Set Toppings System incorporating decorative concrete features that work well to simulate flooring that fits with the themed Resort.

Additional awards were given for Silver, Bronze and Technical Mention categories, to view all of the winners and their amazing projects, please visit the link below.

Bomanite Decorative Concrete Craftsmen Awards

Bomanite Licensees at the Bomanite Annual Project Awards in Fresno, California

We’d like to thank all of our Bomanite licensed contractors who submitted entries for this year’s award contest. The Bomanite Decorative Concrete Annual Project Awards has been a tradition for more than 40 years for Bomanite Licensed Contractors to submit their outstanding projects for the year. Bomanite Licensees compete among the best of the best in order to be recognized for their hard work and creative talents. The winners are announced at the Bomanite Annual Conference, held in various cities from year to year. This is a taste of artwork and craftsmanship in the decorative concrete market that can be achieved by the Bomanite network of decorative concrete craftsmen. Please take a look at the award-winning projects.

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Bomanite is happy to announce the Annual Decorative Concrete Project Award winners! The Bomanite Company held their Annual Conference in El Paso, TX this year where winners of the 2016 Awards were announced. Bomanite Licensee Bomel Construction Company located in California, received the Gold AND Grand Award for their outstanding project the Great Wolf Lodge Resort. The custom boardwalk pattern and Alicante Pattern with a Bomanite Alloy Finish showcased great talent and design for this grand indoor waterpark.

Bomanite Licensee, Musselman and Hall Contractors, located in Missouri, brought home two Gold Awards. A Gold Award was received for their Bomanite Exposed Aggregate Sandscape Texture work for the Garmin Expansion project. Bomanite Con-Color was used intricately with three different shades to create the design to match the exterior of the building. Their project KU School of Business Capitol Federal Hall used the Bomanite Custom Polishing Renaissance System to provide durability and sustainability, with the center and focus of the project on a 24’ Jayhawk logo.

Texas Bomanite, located in Dallas and Austin, was awarded the Gold Award for the Best Grasscrete Pervious Concrete Project for their work at the Sprouts Farmers Market, providing LEED status to an environmentally conscious corporation.  Licensee, Concrete Arts, located in Wisconsin received the Gold Award for the Best Specialty Project for their artistic techniques installed for the Light Rail System.

Additional awards were given for Silver, Bronze and Honorable Mention categories, to view all of the winners and their amazing projects, please see the link below.

We’d like to thank all of our Bomanite licensed contractors who submitted entries for this year’s award contest. The Bomanite Decorative Concrete Annual Project Awards has been a tradition for more than 30 years for Bomanite Licensed Contractors to submit their outstanding projects for the year. Bomanite Licensees compete among the best of the best in order to be recognized for their hard work and creative talents. The winners are announced at the Bomanite Annual Conference, held in various cities from year to year. This is a taste of artwork and craftsmanship in the decorative concrete market that can be achieved by the Bomanite network of decorative concrete craftsmen. Please take a look at the award winning projects.

Great Wolf Lodge Resort

Capt. Petersen Splash Pad - Multiple Bomanite Color Hardeners

Capt. Petersen Splash Pad – Multiple Bomanite Color Hardeners

Bomanite Licensee, Harrington Bomanite Corp. installed multiple colors of Bomanite Color Hardener to give this splash pad a fun and entertaining feel. The splash pad at Watson Park was designed by Warner Larson Landscape Architects of Boston. Working with the Landscape Architect, Harrington Bomanite was able to suggest the best Bomanite products and system for the design to come alive. Bomanite Color Hardener provides the durability and strength needed to withstand climate changes.

The colorful, 4,000-square-foot play area in Watson Park, named after tugboat captain August J. Petersen, features mist sprayers, squirt guns and structures that spray water from the ground or dump it from overhead. Petersen was from Braintree whose generosity is legendary in the community. When he died in 1963, he left $65,000 to the town to build a swimming pool at Watson Park, a grassy recreational area on the bank of the Fore
River, in the neighborhood of East Braintree, where he had lived. For nearly half a century, residents squabbled over where the pool should go, while Petersen’s gift sat in the bank and grew to about $2 million.

Decades later, Petersen’s dream has been realized, at least in part. On April 2, Braintree officials broke ground on a “splash pad” at Watson Park that has been named after Petersen. The town is also planning to build a pool and ice rink in honor of Petersen at Braintree High School with the remainder of the money.

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