ICRI Announces 2007 Project Awards

Staff | September 28, 2010

The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) announces the winners of the 2007 Project Awards. The Repair and Preservation of the Historic Rainbow Bridge, Valley County, Idaho, was chosen as the ICRI 2007 Project of the Year.

ICRI also awarded nine 2007 Awards of Excellence. Detailed descriptions of the winning projects can be found at www.icri.org. In Construction's region, the winners were:

High-Rise Category: Country Club Towers Apartments — Balcony, Plaza Retaining Walls, and Garage Improvements; Arlington, Virginia. Submitted by Tadjer-Cohen-Edelson Associates, Inc.

High Rise Category: The George Washington University Ross Hall Façade Restoration; Washington, D.C. Submitted by Concrete Protection and Restoration, Inc.

Historic Category: U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial Rehabilitation; Arlington, Virginia. Submitted by Armbruster Company.