Excellence in Concrete Awards 


Oregon's 38th Annual EIC Awards Banquet was held on Friday, April 27, 2018 at Salem Convention Center.



Platinum Sponsors 
of the 2018 Excellence in Concrete Awards

Thanks to all of our sponsors for their support of this year's outstanding concrete projects. Your partnership helps us produce this important industry event. (Platinum sponsor logos link to their websites)

 


 

 

 




 



 


 


 

 












 

 

     

 


Gold Sponsors for the 2018 Excellence in Concrete Awards include: 

Aggregate Resource Industries Baker Rock Resources West, LLC
Brundage Bone Concrete Pumping David Evans & Associates, Inc.
Gresham Transfer  Peterson Cat
Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt Smith Monroe Gray Engineers, Inc.
Turner Construction Co. Walsh Construction Co.
Wilsonville Concrete Products Windsor Rock Products

 

For information on sponsorship for the 2019 Excellence in Concrete Awards, call 503-588-2430.


Nominate Someone

for the Oregon EIC Lifetime Achievement Award

Click HERE for Nomination Form 
(Open this fillable PDF with Adobe Reader)


History

The Excellence In Concrete Awards program began 38 years ago, and continues today, as a way to recognize Oregon projects that use concrete in extensive or innovative ways. It is a co-presentation of volunteer effort by the Oregon Concrete & Aggregate Producers Association and Oregon Chapter of the American Concrete Institute. Each year, the Excellence in Concrete Committee works to categorize, judge, and present all the entries.

This team effort culminates at the Excellence in Concrete Awards Banquet. Distinctive plaques are given to the owners, architects, engineers, concrete suppliers, contractors and concrete finishers at our annual banquet.

EIC awards are well known, and carry a great deal of prestige throughout the industry. The entries are judged as best-of-category and include bridges, commercial, ICF, residential, public facility, craftsmanship, parking, transportation, industrial, utility and any other category that applies from year to year.