ACI Placing and Finishing Decorative Concrete Flatwork Award
Lance Boyer ACI Award
Lance Boyer of Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc. was recognized by the American Concrete Institute (ACI) at their Convention in Milwaukee, WI for his "determination in the development of (ACI Publication) Placing and Finishing Decorative Concrete Flatwork which will serve as the knowledge source for Decorative Concrete Finisher certification program and fills the need for a comprehensive educational document on the design, construction, and maintenance of decorative concrete flatwork."
Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc. won three awards at the ASCC (American Society of Concrete Contractors) Decorative Concrete Council Project Awards 2016
Award 1st Place
Multiple Applications over 5,000 SFTarbut V’Torah Community Day School in Irvine, CA

1st Place
Cast in Place Special Finishes under 5,000 SFKaiser Panorama City

2nd Place
Cast in Place Special Finishes over 5,000 SFLos Angeles Private Residence
Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc. won two awards at the ASCC (American Society of Concrete Contractors) Decorative Concrete Council Project Awards 2015
Award Award 1st Place
Stained Concrete Over 5,000 SFPepperdine University Firestone Fieldhouse and Aquatics Center
2nd Place
Cast in Place Special Finishes over 5,000 SFWallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts; in addition, Wallis Annenberg for the Performing Arts (The Wallis) was named Best project in the Cultural/Worship category in the nation by ENR (Engineering News Record Magazine)
Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc. is the winner of the 2013 Outstanding Safety Achievement Award from American Society of Concrete Contractors
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Winner of the 2013 Charles J. Pankow Award for Excellence in Architectural Design and Construction for "The Reserve"
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Winner of ASCC American Society of Concrete Contractors award for Cast in Place & Special Finishes over 5,000 sq. ft. for "The Reserve."
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The Reserve

Formerly a U.S.Post Office Facility, now a model of sustainable re-use structure. Trademark constructed all of the decorative concrete paving and cast-in-place concrete steps and walls for this innovative creative space project.

The white concrete paving was achieved by using white cement, white aggregate, and white sand. The surface texture was exposed by use of top surface retarder. The high cost of the white concrete contributed to the risk of the project.

The cast-in-place walls are uncolored concrete; the sand texture on the vertical and horizontal surfaces of the wall was achieved through the use of a top surface retarder as well.

Challenges:

  1. Sawcut joints on the horizontal surface align with the vertical sawcut joints on the walls.
  2. The joint between two adjacent concrete colors is separated by a sawcut to create a crisp clean joint.
  3. The continuous radius edge of paving was required to be smooth to allow for a clean and level transition between the wood (Ipe) deck and the concrete paving.

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Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc. was named one of America's Top Concrete Contractors
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The new Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills features decorative concrete by Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc.
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Summa cum laude: University makeover includes decorative concrete by Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc.
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The Decorative Finisher: Lance Boyer, Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc. Raising the bar for decorative concrete
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ARTISAN IN CONCRETE: Trademark Concrete Systems Inc., Ventura County and Orange County, CA
This ambitious outfit maintains two locations to serve the decorative concrete needs of greater Los Angeles.
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