Concrete Cutters to be Celebrated at Las Vegas Awards Ceremony
St. Petersburg, FL – Some of the most innovative and challenging concrete sawing and drilling projects completed by CSDA contractors this past year are being recognized and showcased during a prestigious World of Concrete ceremony in Las Vegas.
On Wednesday, January 18, 2017, the association will host the 4th Annual Concrete Openings Awards. The ceremony starts 10:00 AM at booth #C4433 in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, with refreshments to follow. The awards will be presented by CSDA President Kevin Baron. World of Concrete attendees and members of the industry media are encouraged to join CSDA and celebrate with the winning contractors.
Company Name Category
Core Cut Ltd. Road, Bridges & Airports
(West Lothian, Scotland, UK)
Holes Incorporated Building Construction
J.P. Hogan Coring & Sawing Corp. Infrastructure Renovation
(Staten Island, New York)
Precision Concrete Cutting of Carey Industrial Renovation
The inaugural Concrete Openings Awards ceremony was held in 2014 to showcase the best jobs covered in CSDA’s official magazine and recognize the contractors who performed the work. This year, fifteen job stories were split into four categories and put before a panel of judges. The panel scored each job based on its pre-planning, use of innovation, degree of difficulty and quality requirements. The project with the highest score in each category was declared the winner.
Details and images of the winning projects will be displayed during the awards ceremony and for the remainder of the exhibition, with a commemorative book issued to all in attendance.
For more information about the awards ceremony, or any other CSDA meetings and events at World of Concrete 2017, visit Click Here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 727-577-5004.
The Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association is a nonprofit trade association of contractors, manufacturers and affiliated members from the construction and renovation industry. Diamond tools for projects requiring sawing, drilling, selective demolition, cutting and polishing offers the construction industry many benefits including lower total project costs, precision cutting, maintenance of structural integrity, reduced downtime, reduced noise, dust and debris, limited access cutting and the ability to cut heavily-reinforced concrete. Founded in 1972, CSDA has 500 member companies worldwide.