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Marketing Manager, World of Concrete
Dallas, TX, September 9, 2013 – It’s that time of year again, when concrete construction and masonry construction crew members submit their outstanding projects from this year to be entered to win the CREWS THAT ROCK competition. World of Concrete 2014 will once again present the CREWS THAT ROCK competition, sponsored by BASF, to honor crew members for their teamwork and contribution to the industry. The top winners will receive a trip to WOC 2014 as well as other prizes in addition to widespread industryRead More
Victoria K. Sicaras
Washington, DC, Aug 28, 2013–Concrete Surfaces, published by Hanley Wood LLC, is pleased to announce the winners in its Third Annual Polished Concrete Awards.
Several projects from around the world were entered in eight different categories. Plus, more than 2,200 online visitors voted for their favorite project to win in the Readers’ Choice Category.
The categories were Commercial, Educational, Industrial, Craftsman, Retail, Institutional, Residential, and Countertop. In some categories, judgesRead More
Washington DC – August 21, 2013 – Hanley Wood, LLC and the Hanley Foundation are pleased to honor the work of Alex Wilson and the Resilient Design Institute. As we approach the midpoint of the 2013 Hurricane Season, and with the East Coast still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy in 2012, there is no better time to renew our concentration and commitment to sustainable and resilient building techniques.
Alex Wilson, recipient of the 2010 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing, foundedRead More
Group President, Residential Remodeling
WASHINGTON, DC (August 12, 2013) Remodeling magazine announces today the launch of Home for Life 2013, a virtual home tour that showcases how to remodel a home to save money and live well throughout the retirement years.
The first of the 80 million baby boomers turned 65 years old in January 2010—which means nearly 30 percent of the U.S. population is now entering their retirement years. A recent survey conducted by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) revealed thatRead More