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Awards and Publications

Three awards from the ASCC (American Society of Concrete Contractors) 2018 Safety Awards

ASCC 2018 Safety Award – Zero Lost Time
ASCC 2018 Safety Award – Low Incident Rate
ASCC 2018 Safety Award – Fleet Safety

Four awards at the ASCC (American Society of Concrete Contractors) Decorative Concrete Council Project Awards 2018

1st Place

Cast-in-Place Special Finishes / Over 5,000 SF: Waldorf Astoria

 

1st Place

Multiple Applications / Over 5,000 SF: Wilshire Grand

 

1st Place

Stained / Over 5,000 SF: Entrada de Santa Barbara

 

2nd Place

Cast-in-Place Special Finishes / Over 5,000 SF: Wilshire Grand

ACI Placing and Finishing Decorative Concrete Flatwork 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.”

Three awards at the ASCC (American Society of Concrete Contractors) Decorative Concrete Council Project Awards 2017

1st Place

Multiple Applications over 5,000 SF – TV Academy

 

1st Place

Stained Concrete over 5,000 SF – Highway 299 Curve Improvement

 

2nd Place

Vertical Application under 5,000 SF – Ford Theatres

Three awards from the ASCC (American Society of Concrete Contractors) 2017 Safety Awards

ASCC 2017 Safety Award – Zero Lost Time
ASCC 2017 Safety Award – Low Incident Rate
ASCC 2017 Safety Award – Fleet Safety

Three awards at the ASCC (American Society of Concrete Contractors) Decorative Concrete Council Project Awards 2016

1st Place

Multiple Applications over 5,000 SF – Tarbut V’Torah Community Day School in Irvine, CA

 

1st Place

Cast in Place Special Finishes under 5,000 SF – Kaiser Panorama City

 

2nd Place

Cast in Place Special Finishes over 5,000 SF – Los Angeles Private Residence

Hardscape Design Creates a Canvas for Historic Post Office

Decorative Concrete

By Ryan Olson

“The close working relationship between the concrete contractor and the design team was crucial to the success of the decorative concrete work on a restoration project….”

Two awards at the ASCC (American Society of Concrete Contractors) Decorative Concrete Council Project Awards 2015

1st Place

Stained Concrete Over 5,000 SF – Pepperdine University Firestone Fieldhouse and Aquatics Center

 

2nd Place

Cast in Place Special Finishes over 5,000 SF – Wallis 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)

Winner of ASCC American Society of Concrete Contractors Award 2014 for Cast in Place & Special Finishes over 5,000 sq. ft. for “The Reserve”

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.

Elegant Concrete Design Greets Patrons at the Hollywood Park Casino

Decorative Concrete

By Greg Udelhofen

“Trademark Concrete Systems once again showcases its ability to deliver a unique architectural look with a black and white banded concrete placement in Inglewood, California…”

Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc. is the winner of the 2013 Outstanding Safety Achievement Award from American Society of Concrete Contractors

Trademark was awarded for the lowest incident rate for a specialty contractor with less than 100,000 hours.

Winner of the 2013 Charles J. Pankow Award for Excellence in Architectural Design and Construction for “The Reserve”

ACI Southern California Chapter 2013 Concrete Awards

 

“The Southern California Chapter of the American Concrete Institute is pleased to formally recognize Trademark Concrete System’s professional accomplishments in the outstanding use of concrete at the ACI Southern California Chapter 2013 Concrete Awards.

 

In recognition of their contribution to an award winning project, our Concrete Awards will be presented to the Owner, Architect, Structural Engineer, Concrete Contractor, Ready-Mix Supplier, and Project Submitter.”

America’s Best Concrete Contractor 2012

“It’s been a pleasure working with Trademark Concrete for over 10 years. Their personal attention and knowledge has helped further our understanding of successful concrete detailing. Their willingness to provide sample mockups of candidate treatments has been instrumental in specifying colors and finishes for every one of our projects.”

 

– Craig Sensenbach
Associate Landscape Architect
RJM Design Group

Trademark Concrete Systems, Inc. was named one of America’s Top Concrete Contractors

Concrete Construction 2013

Quality You Can See

Decorative concrete requires extreme craftsmanship.

 

“Our company is defined by the quality of our employees,” says Trademark Concrete Systems President Lance Boyer. “Quality employees create quality work.” And with Trademark’s work completely focused on decorative concrete, quality is critical. Customers have high expectations for decorative concrete, but Trademark has been able to deliver that by taking care of its staff of skilled craft workers.

 

“Everyone in our field and office knows why our clients use us – because our work looks great, we are knowledgeable, workers are true craftsmen, and we are easy to work with. We are not a low-priced contractor. We believe that our knowledge and expertise brings value to our clients.” Trademark shows off this skill in its showroom in Los Angeles where it educates and informs design professionals on technical issues.

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