ICRI Carolinas Chapter Project of the Year Award

Rules and Submission Guidelines

Please note that this ICRI Carolinas format is NOT able to be used for submitting to the National ICRI.
If you submitted a project to National in May you can simple submit a copy of that to us by our deadline. Should your project completion deadline miss the National you may utilize our formatted template as part of your National submittal to reduce duplication. Please follow the link to the National ICRI website for updated rules and information.

To recognize outstanding achievement and innovation in the repairing of concrete & masonry.

1. Major portion of the project must be a concrete repair or masonry with minor concrete repair.
2. Project must be within the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia or Tennessee.
3. Concrete repair portion of project must be performed and completed by an ICRI Carolinas Chapter member of record.
4. Project submitted for consideration must be completed after January 1, 2017 or substantially completed before June 30, 2018.
5. Project submittals can be made by any ICRI Carolinas Chapter member on any size concrete or masonry repair project.
6. More than one project may be submitted by any chapter member.

Submittal Process
1. Project solicitation will be in accordance to the rules and regulations stated by this page. All submittals shall be completed on the prepared forms that are available on the chapter website at www.icricarolinas.org.
2. Paper entry submittals shall be in 8.5” x 11” format, with the exception of drawings that may be 11” x 17” and folded. They shall be submitted in a 3-ring binder.
3. Images may consist of photographs, figures and/or drawings. Cover photographs shall be excluded from this requirement.
4. Cover shall contain the project title and a maximum of 2 photographs and/or figures. No information regarding project participants shall be on the cover.
56. Project submittal may be made electronically via email to: Robert McDowell rmcdowell@wxproofing.com subject line MUST state ICRI POY-Project Name. File size may NOT exceed 10.0MB.
7. Electronically submitted entries that exceed 8.0 MB may be sent in separate emails. Each additional email subject line must denote POTY-Project Name-Email 1 of 2, or 2 of 2, etc.

Required Submittal Data
(judges will downgrade project scoring if some or all of the information below is not included with Submittal Data)
1. The completed Project of the Year Award 2018 Submittal Forms (Download from top left of this page)
2. The project duration and/or the concrete repair duration must be included.

Review Process:
1. Four judges, selected by the ICRI Carolina Chapter awards committee, will review each project submittal and select the best project  based on a rating criterion established by the Carolina Chapter awards committee. The judges will be a Chapter members of record representing two repair contractors, a material supplier, and an engineer/architect who have not been named in the project submittals.

Award and Project Presentation:
1- The Concrete Repair applicant receiving the highest project award submittal rating will receive a complimentary Platinum Sponsorship for 2019 including:
a. Spotlight Project Presentation at the 2019 Spring Conference
b. Company logo on the Chapter website with a link to the company’s homepage,
c. Company logo on all conference agendas, newsletters, hospitality board,
d. Free tabletop booth at each of the conferences.
2. The Concrete Repair award winner’s name will also be included along with ICRI and other sponsors in the annual Student Award.
3. The project award winners will be contacted September 28th, 2018 by the awards committee.
4. Project of the Year Awards are to be presented at the Fall Awards Banquet-Convention.

Project of the Year Submission Instructions

Part A is a PDF document that you can type on directly. It assists in defining the category of the project. Remember we have two categories, Concrete & Masonry. The only “storyline” typing required is the Abstract section in which you will give a 500 word maximum overview of the project. The last section is a 300 word maximum What Makes This Project a Winner section..

Part B is a Word document and is just for your pictures. On the very first page is a written set of instructions for you to follow. You are free to submit up to 10 photos on the preset 6 pages.

Download the two documents below, fill them out, save them, type us an email, attach the documents and your submission is complete!

Express Application – PART A
Express Application – PART B (Photos)


Past Winners

Statesville Roofing & Building Restoration
Guaranteed Supply

SKA Consulting Engineers, Inc.
ElectroTech CP, LLC.
Western Waterproofing Company
Structural Preservation Systems
Guaranteed Supply

Stone Restoration of America
Carl Walker, Inc.
Guaranteed Supply

Seager Waterproofing, Inc.
HITT Contracting, Inc.
Wiss, Janey, Elstner Associates, Inc.
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Guaranteed Supply

Seager Waterproofing, Inc.
Mid-Continental Restoration, Inc.
Wiss, Janey, Elstner Associates, Inc.
Boston Valley Terra Cotta

Honor Award
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center – Helical Ramp Repairs
Project Engineer: Sutton-Kennerly & Associates
Restoration Contractor: Seager Waterproofing, Inc.
Material Manufacturer : BASF
Distributor: Guaranteed Supply

Merit Award
Bonner Bridge In-Depth Assessment & Repair
Project Engineer: Alpha & Omega Group, PC
Restoration Contractor: Coastal Gunite
Material Manufacturer: Quikrete

Honor Award
Historical Category-First Baptist Church Facade Renovation,
Wilmington, NC
Contractor: Seager Waterproofing
Engineer: Engineered Concepts
Manufacturer: Conproco
Distributor: Guaranteed Supply Company

Merit Award
Structural Concrete Repair Category-Hilton Head Boathouse, Hilton Head, SC
Contractor: Carolina Concrete Systems
Engineer: Moulten, Clemson & Jones
Manufacturer: Jim Schwartz & Associates, Inc / Sika Corporation
Distributor: Guaranteed Supply Company

Honor Award
Contractor- Stone Restoration of America
400 South Tryon Street
Engineer- Sutton Kennerly & Associates

Merit Award
Contractor-Trident Construction
SC DENR Marine Research Center
Engineer – Davis & Floyd

Honor Award
Contractor-Lesco Restorations
City of Durham’s Chapel Hill Street Parking Deck
Engineer-Walter P. Moore

Merit Award
Contractor-Carolina Restoration and Waterproofing
City of Raleigh Parking Garages: Wilmington Street Moore Square + Municipal Decks

Honor Award
I. L. Long Construction, Stone Restoration, Carolina Restoration & Waterproofing, Pro-Tec Finishes, Lesco Restorations, Sutton-Kennerly and Guaranteed Supply. Also receiving recognition: Eaton Waterproofing and Crossway Protective Coatings
Grove Stadium

Merit Award
Kenseal Construction Products and Sutton-Kennerly along with Salem Contracting and Waterproofing
City of Greensboro Fire Training Tower

Honor Award
Contractor-Carolina Restoration and Waterproofing
Atatalya Towers-Structural Repairs
Engineer-Applied Building Sciences
Manufacturer-Sika Corporation & Vector Corrosion Technologies

Merit Award
Contractor-Seager Waterproofing
Project-University of North Carolina at Greensboro-Water Fountain Rehab

Honor Award
Contractor-Baker Restoration
Project-Davie Street Parking Deck-Structural and Coatings Renovations
Engineer-Sutton Kennerly
Manufacturer-Sika Corporation
Distributor-Guaranteed Supply

Honor Award
Contractor-Seager Waterproofing
Project-Sugar Top Resorts-Exterior Coatings and Sealants
Engineer-Sutton Kennerly
Manufacturer-Sika Corporation
Distributor-Guaranteed Supply

Honor Award
Contractor-Seager Waterproofing
Project-Adams Farm Spillway-Structural Repairs
Engineer-Trigon Engineering
Manufacturer-Sika Corporation
Distributor-Kenseal Construction Products

Merit Award
Contractor-Seager Waterproofing
Project-Winston-Salem Journal-Structural Repairs

Honor Award
Contractor-Carolina Restoration and Waterproofing
Project-Thomasville Furniture Plant H-Structural Repairs
Engineer-Sutton Kennerly Associates
Manufacturer-Sika Corporation
Distributor-Guaranteed Supply